WATERLOO – One other individual has been arrested in Wednesday’s deadly armored automotive theft, bringing the entire quantity charged to a few.
Kevin Jouse Cruz Soliveras, 29, of Evansdale, and Justina Lynn Davis, 28, of Urbandale, have been detained within the Des Moines space in a single day on warrants for first-degree theft.
Police stated Davis drove a second getaway automotive after armored automotive guards opened hearth on the primary one in the course of the botched hold-up exterior U.S. Financial institution on Kimball Avenue.
Alleged robber Bryce Miller, 37, of rural LaPorte Metropolis, was killed in gunfire after he allegedly approached the guards sporting a masks with a pistol in every hand on Wednesday.
Cruz and Rogelio Gonzalez, 37, of Waterloo, have been within the first getaway automotive and have been injured when that automotive took hearth from the guards, in response to police.
Investigators allege Davis was ready for the Cruz and Gonzalez within the 400 block of Hilltop Street in a Hyundai Sonata after they pulled up of their bullet-riddled getaway automotive. The 2 exited the broken automotive and climbed into the Sonata, which drove off.
Gonzalez was arrested hours later when he was in a car that pulled as much as fuel pumps at a comfort retailer. His bond has been set at $250,000.
Cruz can also be awaiting trial for a Jan. 15 housebreaking at a rural Waterloo house within the 10000 block of Hammond Avenue. A .22-caliber handgun, $2,00Zero in cash and different gadgets have been taken from the house. Investigators discovered the cash whereas looking out Cruz’s house.