CLYDE, Texas - A Ranger woman was arrested Saturday for allegedly trying to rob a convenience store clerk.
According to Clyde Police Chief Robert Dalton, 29-year-old Patricia Medina allegedly entered Anita's Food Mart in Clyde around 11 a.m., told the clerk she had a gun and demanded money from the clerk.
"Medina had a pair of pants covering one of her hands, purporting to have a gun in the hand." Dalton said in a statement.
Another employee called 911 and when police searched Medina, they discovered she did not have a gun.
Medina faces an aggravated robbery charge. She was booked into the Callahan County Jail.
"Clyde PD would like to commend Officer Foster for his actions, and also thank the Department of Public Safety Troopers that responded, and the Callahan County dispatchers who assisted," Dalton said.
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