Robbery suspect surrenders, claims he is innocent

      Robbery suspect surrenders, claims innocence

      Bryan Calzada turned himself in after an alleged armed robbery at a convenience store in Monte Alto.

      According to officials, Calzada was allegedly caught on camera holding up a cashier at the Valley Food Mart #7 on Monday night.

      In the surveillance video, a man is armed and masked, pointing a gun at the cashier as he empties out the cashier.

      Authorities told Action 4 News that the suspect took a few hundred dollars.

      Hidalgo County Investigators discovered the masked man to be 20-year-old Calzado.

      Sheriff Lupe Trevino asked the public for help in catching Calzado but soon he turned himself in.

      Judge Homer Jasso set Calzado TMs bond at $400,000.

      Calzado faces a first degree felony.

      Judge Jasso told Action 4 News that the bond is high because the 20-year-old has a criminal history and presents a threat to the public considering his recent actions.

      "Aggravated robbery, that TMs a very, very, very serious offense. Somebody could have easily have been hurt, the people at that store are very lucky," Judge Jasso said.