GLENDALE, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – A lady accused of robbing a number of telephone outlets over the course of a number of months round Glendale has been arrested.

Based on courtroom paperwork, police stated that on December 23, 2020, at round 7 p.m., a lady went to a Cricket Wi-fi retailer close to 51st and Glendale avenues and requested the clerk to purchase a cellphone and create an account. After a number of minutes, paperwork declare that the suspect known as the clerk by her first title and stated she had a gun and demanded cash from the registry.

The worker obtained cash from the register, however began stalling and hesitated giving it to the lady, who then began to struggle with the worker and punched him within the head and to the face a number of occasions. The suspect and the sufferer fought for a number of minutes till the suspect pushed the clerk again into the workplace, the place they continued to struggle. When the suspect tried to flee, the sufferer grabbed the lady and didn’t let go. Courtroom paperwork say the lady apparently lowered her face masks and begged the clerk to let her go. Safety cameras captured a number of pictures of the lady’s face throughout this time. Finally, the clerk let go of the suspect, who fled the shop with a bag of money from the money register and two telephones, totaling roughly $ 860.

On January 8, 2021, police report {that a} lady walked into the Metro PCS at 67th Avenue and Bell Street at round 8 p.m. and made an analogous request concerning the acquisition of a telephone earlier than demanding it. cash within the register. After the clerk handed him the cash, the suspect is claimed to have walked out of the shop with $ 604 and two cell telephones. Police famous on the time that the suspect was seen in surveillance video carrying footwear much like these of the suspect seen within the December 23 theft. The same automotive, a silver Honda Match, was additionally seen on the 2 flights the suspect arrived in and left inside.

Police linked the suspect to 2 different armed robberies; one on the Cricket Wi-fi shops close to 59th Avenue and Bethany House Street on February 26 and one other on the retailer at 59th and Olive Avenue on March 9. On these flights, the lady was seen carrying the identical footwear, carrying the identical brown purse, and arriving and departing in the identical silver car.

Moments after Tuesday’s theft, police noticed a silver Honda Match with out a license plate in a parking spot at a home close to 51st Avenue and Northern Avenues. After observing the car for some time, two folks began to drive away. Officers stopped the automotive and the driving force, who police consider to be the suspect’s boyfriend, ran. The passenger, Sarharina Bernard, 39, remained and was arrested Tuesday night.

Talking with investigators, Bernard admitted to being the suspect within the sequence of thefts round Glendale and confirmed that she was the lady seen within the surveillance pictures. Bernard additionally instructed authorities that she was compelled to commit the thefts or that her boyfriend allegedly beat her. She stated her boyfriend was the leak driver on the entire flights. Bernard instructed police the place to search out a number of the stolen cell telephones in her residence and admitted to promoting some for medicine.

Bernard faces 4 counts of armed theft, kidnapping, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, illegal imprisonment and assault. Based on courtroom paperwork, Bernard faces three different armed theft fees in Phoenix and Peoria and at present has an arrest warrant for felony in Oklahoma.

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