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BURLEY— A Paul man charged in connection with a May 12 armed robbery at a Burley Mr. Gas, was bound over to district court June 1 after he waived his right to a preliminary hearing in magistrate court. A trial date has not been set.

Gregori Bracamontes-Martinez, 20, was arrested on May 23 when he rolled back into town on a Greyhound bus after a stolen vehicle he was driving broke down, police said.

He is charged with felony robbery, burglary and criminal conspiracy.

His brother, Jesus Bracamontes, 23, is charged with the same counts.

Jesus Bracamontes

Jesus Bracamontes

A preliminary hearing in his case is set at 9 a.m. June 8 in magistrate court.

Cassia County Sheriff deputies said the two men entered the convenience store at 855 Overland Ave. at 3 a.m. with Gregori Bracamontes-Martinez carrying a rifle. After demanding money from the cashier they left on foot.

Jesus Bracmontes was arrested after the robbery and Gregori Bracamontes-Martinez fled to Aberdeen, Md., police said.

The Cassia County Sheriff’s Office received a tip that he was returning to Burley via a bus and officers were waiting at the bus stop when he arrived.

Police recovered the firearm and vehicle in Maryland near a Walmart.

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