APD links 3 men to 4 Amarillo crimes ranging from autotheft to Greenways chase
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 20:37:48 GMT —
From auto theft to stolen storm chaser equipment to the Greenways subdivision burglary and chase, APD released information on charges against the three men responsible for four crimes ranging from May 25-June 9.
On May 25 a vehicle was stolen from a garage on Tripp Street.
On May 28, a 2011 Nissan Xterra was stolen from an open garage on Garwood Street.
On June 6, thousands of dollars of storm chasing equipment and personal identifiers such as a credit card were stolen from a vehicle just before storm sirens went off. The suspect then used the victim's credit card to buy a 50" TV at Wal-Mart.
On June 9, three men used a garage door opener to access the garage of a home when the homeowner's alarm sounded, and the homeowner chased the three men out of his Greenways home and through the neighborhood. Several APD units and the DPS helicopter, and canines responded to this call. The three suspects were identified as Gustavo Ferrusquilla, 20, Genaro Henan Hernandez, 20, Robert Eliseo Ramos, 20, and all were booked that day.
Final details from the Amarillo Police Department on these cases show that Ferrusquilla, Hernandez, and Ramos from the Greenways chase were involved in the other crimes.
Ferrusquilla was also charged with burglary of a habitation for the May 25 vehicle stolen from a garage. He's also been burglary of a habitation for the May 28 stolen vehicle. Ferrusquilla was charged with burglary of a habitation in both instances because the vehicles were stolen from a garage. He was then charged with aggravated robbery for the June 9 Greenways incident.
Hernandez was linked to the June 6 case of stolen storm chaser equipment and a credit card. He's been charged with credit card abuse, a one count of theft over $1,500 but less than $20,000 as well as aggravated robbery for the Greenways incident on June 9.
Ramos was formally charged with aggravated robbery for the Greenways incident on June 9.