SAN ANTONIO -- Police have arrested a man who allegedly used a sword to try and rob two businesses: one for gas and the other for tacos.
Adam Kramer is facing charges of aggravated robbery, attempted robbery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to court documents.
Investigators said Kramer walked into the Bigs Valero gas station on Dec. 2, 2013, and demanded $50 worth of free gas. When he didn't receive the fuel, police said Kramer then threatened the clerk as he put his hand on a weapon.
Investigators said the suspect changed his mind and ended up paying for $20 worth of gas.
According to a second arrest warrant, earlier in the day, Kramer had visited a Mexican restaurant in southeast Bexar County and demanded free tacos. When the waitress informed Kramer that he had to pay, the suspect pulled out a sword and started yelling that, if he didn't get free tacos, someone was going to die, according to police.
At some point, Kramer exited the restaurant and the waitress locked him out.
Law officers arrested Kramer the next day. Bond was set at $50,000. Bexar County jail records did not list Kramer as still in custody Tuesday or provide details on an attorney.