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Bond set at $60k for robbery suspect

HOUSTON – Police have arrested a suspect for involvement in violent robbery at a tire shop in north Houston.

In a tweet, Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said 20-year-old Andrew Isaish Garza has been charged with two counts of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon. The suspect appeared in court around 10:00pm last night and his bond was set at $60,000 for both counts.

Garza is accused of pistol-whipping one of the tire shop employees and throwing a woman to the ground during the robbery.

The suspect had been out on bond awaiting a court date after he was arrested in January for alleged criminal mischief.

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