Alamogordo Department of Public Safety detectives, with the assistance of the Otero County Sheriffs Office, arrested a 44-year-old Boles Acres man on Aug. 22 for allegedly robbing the Allied Cash Advance store, an ADPS spokesman said.
The robbery of the Allied Cash Advance, 1101 10th St., occurred around 5:44 pm Aug. 13.
Detective Sgt. Mark Esquero said Charles J. Kraynak is charged with one count of second-degree felony armed robbery, one count of third-degree felony assault with intent to commit a violent felony, two counts of third-degree aggravated assault upon a peace officer and third-degree child abuse.
Kraynak is jailed at the Otero County Detention Center on a $100,000 no-10 percent bond.
Esquero said ADPS detectives and OCSO deputies contacted Kraynak at his residence, 38 Second St., No. 2, in Boles Acres on Aug. 14 in the late afternoon hours.
From the time of the robbery and the following day (Aug. 14), we were receiving information on a possible suspect which led us to Kraynak, he said. When we learned Kraynak lived in Boles Acres, we contacted the sheriffs office. We had two deputies go with us, along with two of our detectives, to make contact with Kraynak.
Esquero said the two deputies went to the rear of the Boles Acres residence while detectives went to the front entrance of the home.
In front of Kraynaks residence theres a chain-link fence, he said. There were a couple of aggressive dogs inside the fence area so they
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