Man arrested in armed robbery at Phoenix mobile homePosted: Updated:
PHOENIX -- A man has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery at a Phoenix mobile home in October.
Colt Cody Weber, 32, was taken into custody at his north Phoenix home and booked into jail Wednesday on several felony charges.
Around 5 p.m. on Oct. 26, Weber and another man allegedly entered a mobile home near Interstate 17 and Deer Valley Road where two people were eating dinner and held them at gunpoint. Weber was reportedly armed with a handgun and the other man had a shotgun.
Police said the two men took the victims' wallets and a cellphone before fleeing the mobile home.
According to court paperwork, one of the victim's credit cards was used at a fast-food restaurant in the amounts of $41.07 and $17.50.
After the victim closed the credit card, someone attempted to purchase men's clothing and other items for $114.19 at Wal-Mart near 19th Avenue and Bell Road.
Police obtained surveillance photos from Wal-Mart and said the victims identified two of the people in the photos as the men who robbed them.
Police linked Weber to the armed robbery after he was identified as a suspect in a separate identity theft investigation.
Weber was allegedly in possession of drugs when he was taken into custody and had three firearms and a ballistic vest inside his home near Interstate 17 and Greenway Road.
He was booked on two counts of armed robbery, two counts of kidnapping, two counts of aggravated assault, three counts of prohibited possession of a firearm and one count of possession of dangerous drugs.
Police said he asked for his attorney when questioned.