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Hot Springs Police Detective Branstetter and Officer Werst report the following:
On 07/05/2019 at approximately 1745 hours at 2004 Albert Pike, Atwood’s, an employee reported that a Hispanic female stole the following items from the store: mop, 2 x bucket, broom, and dust pan (total value $71.00 dollars). The Hispanic female passed all points of sale and was attempting to exit the store. Employees verbally confronted the suspect as she was exiting the business in the foyer. She dropped all the merchandise in the foyer. The employee confronted the suspect in the parking lot. The suspect displayed a black handgun, pointing it at the employee all while covering the tip of the firearm with her hand. The female threw the handgun at the employee. The suspect left in a gray Isuzu Trooper. The black handgun is and “Airsoft” plastic pellet gun with an orange tip.
At approximately 2040 hours Officer Werst #155 located the Isuzu Trooper and conducted a traffic stop at Hick’s Circle and Albert Pike. The vehicle was driven by Lila Oseguera. The employee responded to the scene of the traffic stop and positively identified Lila Oseguera as the suspect from the robbery at Atwoods. Lila was transported to the Hot Springs Police Department for processing.
Ms. Oseguera is charged with Felony Aggravated Robbery and Theft Of Property Under $1,000.00 with no bond.