Police: ‘Remorseful’ suspect grew to become himself in on Fairfield robbery

FAIRFIELD — Police have arrested a 34-year-ancient man in connection with the unarmed robbery of a gasoline station remaining month, after they noted he turned himself in out of regret.

Javier Campos, of Bridgeport, become charged with third-diploma robbery and sixth-diploma larceny last Tuesday, stemming from the Nov. 29 theft.

That day, police have been referred to as to the Gulf gasoline station on Kings highway East around 11:17 p.m. after an employee mentioned being robbed.

The worker informed police a man had come into the save donning a black ski masks pulled down over his head, and went at the back of the counter.

There, the man ordered the employee to open the cash register.

Javier Campos, 34, of Bridgeport

Javier Campos, 34, of Bridgeport

Contributed /Fairfield Police branch

“The store worker cited they were now not threatened during the come across and there changed into no weapon displayed or outlined. The worker observed that the suspect stored their correct hand in his pocket,” Fairfield police referred to in a press release.

the person fled walking south on Chambers highway with about $200 in money, according to police.

last Tuesday, Campos came to Fairfield police headquarters and told police he wanted to check with the detectives in can charge of the case.

“Campos supplied selected details concerning the robbery to detectives and confessed to being the masked man who ordered the clerk to open the register,” a statement from the department mentioned. “Campos mentioned to detectives he changed into remorseful and felt compelled through his moral sense to show himself in.”

He became released on a promise to appear in court and is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 28.