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Bryan man accused of robbing woman at gunpoint in her home

Brandon Hollis, 18, is charged with armed robbery. The woman said she saw Hollis' picture on the news and knew he was wanted.
Brandon Hollis, 18, of Bryan, is charged with aggravated robbery. He's accused of breaking into a woman's home in College Station and robbing her at gunpoint.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — A Bryan man, who was already in the Brazos County Jail on charges out of Bryan, has now been charged in connection to an armed robbery of a woman in her home back in May.

Brandon Hollis, 18, is charged with aggravated robbery and a parole violation stemming from the alleged robbery. He is also facing charges of unlawful carrying of a weapon, trespassing and failure to identify stemming from an arrest on June 29.

The alleged robbery happened on May 13. Police responded to the home on Harvey Road and were able to track down the alleged victim. She told police she had been in her bed when she heard someone break down her door. She said a masked man came into her bedroom, pointed a gun at her and demanded she hand over her money.

The victim said the man stole her purse and phone and ran from the home. Police said they later found the victim's phone on the side of Highway 6.

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Investigators said they were able to watch the victim's home surveillance video, which had captured the alleged robbery. Investigators said they believed the person on the video to be Hollis.

Hollis is currently in the Brazos County Jail on $41,000 bond.

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