TWIN FALLS — A hysterical Domino’s Pizza employee reported hours after the Super Bowl — one of the busiest days for pizzerias — that a masked man barged into the store and robbed nearly ,000 at gunpoint.
But after an investigation, detectives came up with a different theory: A masked gunman barged into the restaurant, but he was a relative of the employee’s fiance, and the woman was in on the scheme. 15, one of three people suspected in the theft was charged.
He faces up to 30 years in prison and a fine up to ,000 on those charges. In the days after his death, prosecutors said Mohlman died of a single knife wound to the chest, but they were still trying to determine exactly what happened.Gray pleaded guilty last month to one count of delivery of methamphetamine and agreed to a sentence of three to seven years in prison.11 in the parking lot of Mc Donald’s on Blue Lakes Boulevard North. But Bravo-Martinez survived the shooting, and during a July preliminary hearing testified he was shot in his left chest and right leg by Ceballos’ co-defendant, 21-year-old Antonio “Buji” Jacob Gallegos, of Twin Falls.Ceballos pleaded guilty to the attempted murder charge Wednesday in Lincoln County District Court, two weeks before he was set to stand trial for shooting 29-year-old Francisco Javier Bravo-Martinez in the desert southwest of Shoshone and leaving him there to die.“On that day, I went and pretty much put a pistol to someone’s head and proceeded to shoot him,” Ceballos told District Judge John Butler during Wednesday’s hearing.“At that time, did you have the intent to kill Mr. Then, while on the ground bleeding from the first two shots, Ceballos approached him, pointed a gun at him from close range, said “bye, bye, ass——,” and shot three times at his head, Bravo-Martinez testified.