Bryan police tack on additional drug charges to shooting suspect

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BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - More charges are being added to a man Bryan police say shot and killed Jose Armando Pina in April.

Police say Cameron Krumrey is the gunman who robbed Pina and another victim on W. Virginia Street in April. Investigators say Krumrey approached the victims, demanded personal property, and then fired the gun. He's been charged with aggravated robbery.

According to court documents, Krumrey lived in a home with his father and fiance. Inside, police found a large amount of illegal narcotics inside.

Investigators said they found three tubes of Alprazolam, totaling about 240 pills, inside Krumrey's night stand. They also found a cartridge that contained THC.

A search of Krumrey's father's room revealed one tube of Alprazolam with 6 pills, four plastic containers with THC-laced gummy bears, another container with THC gummies, 25 grams of marijuana and a safe that had just under $15,000. There was also a digital scale located in the master bedroom.

Officers believe that, based on the amount of drugs found, they believe Krumrey is a dealer of Alprazolam and THC products. He's now being charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance.

Krumrey has been arrested several others times in the past in Brazos County on a variety of charges including burglary of a habitation and evading arrest, according to online jail records.