2 Arrested for Allegedly Faking Robbery in Port Isabel
PORT ISABEL – Two men are in custody after Port Isabel police say they faked an aggravated robbery.
Officers responded to a call at Murphy’s gas station along Texas Highway 100 on Wednesday night.
Upon arrival, the clerk told police a man entered the store and demanded money at knifepoint.
Further investigation determined the employee, Roland Ray Ramirez, and the suspect planned the robbery.
Ramirez is charged with burglary of a building.
He’s being held on a $6,000.
The other suspect has yet to be arraigned.
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