A DoorDash driver who police say robbed an employee at a San Antonio, Texas Dunkin' Donuts while picking up an order was arrested, according to a report.
News 4 San Antonio reports that Alejandro Manuel Espinosa is charged with three counts of aggravated robbery in connection to an April incident.
Police say Espinosa was waiting outside the restaurant after complaining about a mistake in the order he was picking up. When an employee handed him the correct drink, Espinosa pointed a gun at the woman and said, "this is a robbery," according to News 4 San Antonio.
Court records state that Espinosa then followed the victim into the restaurant and demanded money from the cash register. News 4 San Antonio reports that the woman then opened the register and stepped back with her hands up, News 4 San Antonio reports.
According to an affidavit, another employee told police he heard Espinosa say, "Ya'll got some kind of money in here" as he took the money from the register. The employee also told police that Espinosa took his cellphone that was on the counter before leaving, according to News 4 San Antonio.
The employee told police that he remembered Espinosa's vehicle from earlier in the day and noted it was missing a bumper. Police say Espinosa was involved in a wreck the same day of the robbery, News 4 San Antonio reports.
Police matched the description to Espinosa and the employees were able to pick him out of a lineup.