Texas woman is held at gunpoint and robbed in her home while her coworkers watch in horror on Zoom call: Three suspects arrested
- Suspects Adrian Guillen, 19, and an unnamed 15-year-old girl allegedly stormed into the unidentified victim’s house in San Antonio on Friday afternoon
- Suspect held the woman at gunpoint and demanded she turn over valuables
- Coworkers watching in horror via Zoom called police before the suspects fled the scene in a car driven by 39-year-old Jaime Trevino
- The suspects went to a second home before being arrested at a hotel
Three suspects have been arrested for breaking into a woman’s home and holding her at gunpoint while she was on a Zoom call with colleagues in Texas.
The frightening episode unfolded on Friday at around 2.15pm when Adrian Guillen, 19, and an unnamed 15-year-old girl allegedly stormed into the unidentified victim’s house in San Antonio.
Police said Guillen held the woman at gunpoint in her bedroom, demanded she had over valuables and ransacked the home as her colleagues watched in horror.
The colleagues immediately called police but officers failed to arrive before the teenager and Guillen, who already had an active capital murder warrant out of Bandera County, fled the scene in a white Honda Accord driven by 39-year-old Jaime Trevino.
Jaime Trevino (left) and Adrian Guillen (right) were arrested Monday for holding a woman at gunpoint and robbing her home in San Antonio, Texas, while she was on a Zoom call
A police helicopter tracked the suspects to another house about 12 miles away where they allegedly began working to open a safe they’d stolen from the woman’s home.
They took everything from the safe and put it in their vehicle before driving to the nearby Oyo Hotel, where they began to unload the stolen property.
Police arrived at the hotel and arrested the suspects without any incident.
Officers obtained a search warrant for the house where the suspects broke into the safety box. All stolen items were recovered and given back to the victim.
Guillen was charged with aggravated robbery and theft between $2,500 and $30,000.
Bexar County jail records shows he is being held on a $1million bond for the murder charge.
Jaime Trevino was also charged with aggravated robbery and theft between $2,500 and $30,000, and is being held on a $175,000 bond.
Police did not provide information about the third suspect due to her age.