BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — One of two women has been arrested in an armed robbery at the Coach store at the Outlets at Tejon in which items valued at more than $4,000 were stolen, authorities say in a warrant.
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According to the filing, the women entered the store at 3:15 p.m. on February 14th and stole items worth $4,368, The women were confronted by staff and one pulled a gun against the manager. According to the warrant, the women fled the store dropping a loaded magazine and a 9mm handgun.
Crystal Deleon, 35 years old, was identified as holding the gun after security took photos of the Toyota Camry that the suspects fled with. According to the warrant. According to records, the license plate was registered at Deleon’s home on Lacey Street, south Bakersfield. The store manager also identified her when shown Deleon’s mugshot.
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Multiple prior arrests for shoplifting, theft and other crimes have been made against Deleon, according to records.
A warrant was issued Tuesday for Deleon’s home and found Coach gift bags and a Coach box. Deleon was charged with robbery as well as possession of firearms by felons and conspiracy. She is currently being held on $75,000 bail.
It doesn’t appear the other woman has been identified.