Wonder what his drug of choice? Meth, Crack?
We got a lot of "tweekers" here in Phoenix.
The Brownsville Herald - Texas
Police on lookout for man accused of stealing Salvation Army coin buckets
December 3, 2008 - 10:03 PM
By Ildefonso Ortiz
The Brownsville Herald
Brownsville police are on the lookout for a man
accused of stealing coin buckets from two Salvation
Army collection stands.
Former temporary Salvation Army worker Juan Carlos
Aguilar 23, is accused of taking one bucket from
his work station at the Wal-Mart on Highway 48
and FM. 802 and another from a female coworker at
the Walgreen's on 4490 East 14th St. The criminal
activity allegedly occurred Tuesday at around
Aguilar has been charged with robbery and theft,
According to Lt. Orlando Rodriguez, the female was
working as a bell ringer outside the store when
the suspect approached her.
"She claims that Aguilar confronted her and told
her 'I don't want to struggle' as he took the
bucket with an unspecified amount of money,"
Rodriguez said. "She was afraid for her safety
and claimed that the suspect looked to be under
the influence of some kind of substance."
Rodriguez said Aguilar is considered a dangerous
suspect since he has previous convictions,
including various thefts and ***s and is
believed to have been involved in other
"It's very unfortunate that greedy people take
advantage of the generosity of people during a
season where the public is inclined to help
those less fortunate," Rodriguez said.
Anyone with information is asked to call
Brownsville Police CrimeStoppers at 546-TIPS.