‘I’ve got something for you’: H-E-B robbery suspect arrested after knife threat

According to Bexar County court records, Israel Cabrera, was charged with aggravated robbery before his arrest on Saturday, May 6. The charges stem from an incident on April 7, where Universal City police were called to an H-E-B off 910 Kitty Hawk Road for a theft. According to a report from KSAT 12, Matthew Molina, 39, told police that he saw Cabrera leave H-E-B with a basket full of merchandise that was clearly not bagged or paid for.

The affidavit states that Molina saw Cabrera walk past all the cashiers in the front of the store before leaving outside the venue’s front doors. According to the affidavit, Molina followed Cabrera outside to the parking lot before approaching him to see a receipt for the merchandise in his possession. Once confronted by Molina, Cabrera responded, “I’ve got something for you,” before pulling out a closed pocketknife. The affidavit states that Cabrera then started walking toward Molina while pushing the basket into him.

Molina backed away to keep his distance before pulling out a box cutter in his possession for self-defense, the affidavit added. Cabrera made one more threat to Molina before getting into his vehicle and leaving both the store and the premises. 

According to KSAT, police were able to recover the stolen merchandise which totaled $80.55. Officers were also able to get the license plate number of Cabrera’s vehicle during the incident. Authorities identified the owner of the vehicle before learning that Cabrera was one of their emergency contacts.

Court records show that Cabrera is being held in Bexar County Jail where his bond is set at $50,000.

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