At an Ashland residence, police found identification of Gonzalez within the bed room and of the lady from whom the automotive was taken.
Police have been capable of monitor down two suspects accused of an armed robbery in December at the Gulf fuel station on Route 9 in Southboro by operating the plates of a stolen automotive and monitoring spending on a stolen bank card, a prosecutor stated Thursday afternoon.
Ultimately, police searched a home on Cordaville Street in Ashland, where brothers Orlando Gonzalez, 33, and Stephen Rodriguez, 27, rented a room.
“They found clothes that matched virtually identically to the clothing in the video of the armed theft,” stated prosecutor Mike Luzzo throughout Gonzalez’s arraignment in Westboro District Courtroom.
Gonzalez pleaded not responsible to fees of armed and masked theft, larceny, assault and battery, receiving stolen property more than $1,200 and larceny of motorcar.
Decide Andrew D’Angelo ordered Gonzalez held with out bail until a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Monday.
After more than a month at giant, Gonzalez turned himself in Monday at Leominster District Courtroom on a Southboro police arrest warrant.
Luzzo outlined the case by which two males entered the Gulf station round 9 p.m. Dec. 30 sporting masks.
“One was wielding a crowbar and pushed the clerk down and took cash out of the register. Roughly $1,000 in money was taken,” Luzzo stated. “The other individual was sort of serving because the lookout, the backup, wielding a firearm.”
Gonzalez eluded police once they tried to arrest him on Feb. 7 at Madison Place in Southboro, where he fled in his girlfriend’s Mercedes Benz E-Class sedan (used with out her permission) to the Massachusetts Turnpike, at which point police backed off, in response to a police report.
The 2016 white Mini Cooper seen in fuel station surveillance video was reported stolen on Sept. 21 in Hopkinton. Police discovered an image of Gonzalez on Facebook with what seemed to be the stolen automotive.
As a part of an investigation, a Hopkinton detective acquired surveillance video from a Walgreens in Natick the place the stolen credit card was used.
“I noticed a number of pictures of Mr. Gonzalez that matched that of that worn within the surveillance footage,” wrote Detective Keith Nichols in a report.
On the Ashland house, police found identification of Gonzalez in the bedroom and of the lady from whom the automotive was taken. Additionally they found the Mini Cooper with its “insides torn out.”
Witnesses on the house informed police Gonzalez also hung out at a unit at the Madison Place condo complicated in Southboro — only a stone’s throw from the Gulf fuel station where the robbery happened.
Police arrested Rodriguez on a warrant at his house at 80 Canterbury St., Worcester, on March 7. He’s been charged with armed and masked theft, larceny from a constructing and receiving stolen property.
D’Angelo launched Rodriguez without bail after a dangerousness hearing on Monday. He was arraigned on March 8.
Public defender Michael Gilliant hoped to have…