Monday, October 12, 2009

With names like "Kaos" and "Trix" ...

... you're almost destined for a life of crime.

Of course, if you don't want to get caught, you probably shouldn't try your tricksy ways on someone you know who is more than willing to not cooperate with you.
A pair of unusual nicknames backfired on two burglary suspects who allegedly invaded a southeast-side home over the weekend, police say.

According to an arrest warrant, the victim recognized the suspects who beat, stabbed and stole electronics [sic. Poor electronics.] from his southeast side home early Friday morning. He said he knew the pair as "Kaos" and "Trix."

The victim had one of the suspect's phone numbers on Caller ID, police say. The other intruder had done house work for his father.

San Antonio police were able to use the nicknames and the phone number to arrest the two men on Sunday. Ernest "Kaos" Alcoser and Thomas "Trix" DeLeon were booked into the Bexar County Detention Center on burglary charges.


An arrest warrant said the 25-year-old wanted a man in the 500 block of Kashmuir Place to buy a gun for him. According to the document, the victim refused. Police said two hours later, Alcoser and 27-year-old DeLeon broke into the victim's home. They reportedly attacked the man in his bed sometime after 2 a.m.


According to the warrant, due to the victim's familiarity with the suspects, tracking them down was not difficult.
(from KENS-5)

Sometimes they make it easy for the cops.


AlanDP said...

If those aren't gang nicknames, I'll eat my hat.

Albatross said...

Methinks your chapeau is safe.