A jury in Potter County, Texas, has indicted a man on aggravated robbery charges for allegedly robbing an employee at SecurCare Self Storage on Dec. 2. Eddie Flores Sapien, 53, was charged with robbing a female employee at gunpoint at the property at 4000 E. Interstate 40, according to the source.
Sapien walked into the storage facility and demanded money, then asked the employee to drive him somewhere. Once outside, the employee was able to flag down an officer who was driving by, the source reported
Police found Sapien with a gun in his jacket under a freeway underpass. He was positively identified by the storage employee. He’s being held at the Potter County Detention Center in lieu of $25,000 bond for the first-degree felony charge.
SecurCare Self Storage is a part of National Storage Affiliates (NSA), a Maryland-based real estate investment trust. The company is owned and operated by its affiliated operators, who manage and self-brand their contributed portfolios under the NSA umbrella. Lone Tree, Colo.-based SecurCare operates 131 facilities in nine states.
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