Suspect, 31, in kidnapping is moved to Montrose jail
A suspect in a September robbery in Norwood has been transferred from San Miguel County to Montrose for holding.
San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters said the reason for transferring Brisa Felix-Gonzales, 31, is private, and he declined to comment further.
He said she was transferred from San Miguel to Montrose for holding on Wednesday and will have to be transferred back for each court appearance there.
According to San Miguel County court records, Felix-Gonzales has been charged with first-degree kidnapping and aggravated robbery, which included use of a stun gun, along with Gregory Broome, 40, Juan Carrasco- Lopez, 32, and Ashley Montalvo, 27.
They were arrested in connection with a Sept. 6 attack on two Norwood men at the home where they legally grew medical marijuana. The two men were bound and held in a shed for 12 hours while robbers made repeated trips from the home and back as they stole plants, growing equipment, cash and a small, snub-nosed revolver.
Records detail Carrasco-Lopez has been charged as an accessory in the crime, and Sheriff’s Department officials suspect Lopez to be connected with a Mexican drug cartel along with Felix-Gonzales and a fifth suspect, Ulises Omar Felix.
Felix remains at-large, wanted on suspicion of aggravated robbery of a controlled substance with use of a stun gun, theft and burglary.
Felix is described as 5 foot 6 inches, 160 pounds, with brown hair and black eyes. Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or the San Miguel Sheriff’s Department at 970-728-1911.