Suspect Arrested For Walgreens Robbery

By: KKTV 11 News Email
By: KKTV 11 News Email

The suspect in a robbery at a Security Walgreens on December 6 has been arrested Tuesday in Pueblo.

The suspect, 19-year-old Joseph Watson, is being held on $50,000 at the Pueblo County Jail. He's facing charges of Aggravated Robbery.

The robbery happened a little before 8 p.m. at the Walgreens at 280 Main St. in Security. Deputies say that's where Watson walked around the store for a bit, then went to the pharmacy, said he had a gun, and demanded Oxycontin.

Deputies say the robber did get away with some drugs, and they think he took off in a vehicle.

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says the suspect was identified thanks to a Crime Stopper tip.


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  • by mulliganspits Location: colorado on Dec 14, 2010 at 05:48 PM
    Nancy- How does Subutex compare to traditional Methadone treatments? More/ less effective? Reason I ask is I heard there's a problem w/ Methadone addiction now- something I didn't hear about 20 years ago when my friend was taking it.
  • by Trish Location: Pueblo on Dec 13, 2010 at 11:18 PM
    Unless he plans on selling them, he's not going to get much out of them. The pharmaceutical company changed the formulation rendering the pill abuse-proof. Most of the people who abuse Oxy either snort, inject or chew it. Before they changed it, you just had to turn the pill into a powder. The new ones now gel up so unless you want to put thick sticky slime up your nose, in your veins, or break a tooth, you're pretty much out of luck.
  • by Anon Location: CS on Dec 13, 2010 at 09:57 PM
    Any chance we could get the mugshot as one of the photos featured in the story? It's visible on the main page as the main picture for the story, but it doesn't show up anywhere else in the story or in the video, and can't see the picture at all on the front page since it's less than 1" big.
  • by George Location: Colorado Springs on Dec 13, 2010 at 06:51 PM
    Guest don't worry about it WTF is just trying to get some sick attention in his miserable self centered low life.
  • by guest on Dec 13, 2010 at 11:50 AM
    To "WTF", you are so ignorant, I have many previous racial posts from you, you are so sad, and incase you didn't notice before speaking as usual, this guy is WHITE
  • by WTF Location: CoSPrings on Dec 7, 2010 at 07:28 PM
    Bet he was black huh
  • by Adam Location: security on Dec 7, 2010 at 10:21 AM
    i wasthere around that time getting into my car. person matching description ran from behind the north side of the building and headed north on security blvd. Black hooded sweatshirt, black shorts, black shoes and white socks. was actually about 5 feet from the guy in the store as he was sitting at the pharmacy and the lady workin that night in the pharmacy asked him if he needed help and he stated he was waiting for his grandmother. i paid no attention to it since he was just sitting there. i paid for my purchase and was getting into my car when i saw him run from behind the building and head north on security blvd as previously stated.
  • by Nancy on Dec 7, 2010 at 04:11 AM
    Do you or someone you know need help with OxyContin or other opiate addiction? This life-threatening medical condition can now be treated in the privacy of a certified physician's office with prescription medication called buprenorphine (Suboxone/Subutex). Bupe is abuse resistant and has a ceiling to its effects making accidental fatal overdoses unlikely. It also blocks other opioids for days, and is not euphoric to people tolerant to opioids. It has enough opioid effect to stop cravings and withdrawal allowing the patient and their family to make the necessary changes that will translate to sustained addiction remission. TreatmentMatch.org is a free service from the non-profit organization - National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment (NAABT.org) it is a confidential way to find doctors certified to treat opioid addiction in their office. Learn more about buprenorphine at naabt.org
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