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Final Suspect Arrested in ‘Bank Roll Gang' Car Theft at Blue Mound Carvana

The final member of the 'bank roll gang' involved in a car theft case in June was arrested Monday and faces multiple charges

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The fourth and final suspect in the June 18 Carvana theft incident was arrested Monday in East Texas, according to Blue Mound police.

Aidian Pierce, 19, was arrested Monday by Franklin County deputies. Blue Mound Police Department says Pierce's 'bank roll gang' stole multiple cars including a Dodge Challenger from a Carvana lot in Blue Mound.

Police in Blue Mound arrested two teenagers and are looking for two more who stole a car at a Carvana lot.

Blue Mound police officers went to East Texas to pick Pierce up and take him to the Blue Mound jail where he is facing a charge of Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity, Evading Arrest with a Vehicle, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon and Theft of a Firearm for a separate incident on Sunday, Blue Mound police said.

Blue Mound Police Department.
Aidian Pierce, 19.

The Dodge Challenger was recovered on June 23.

Blue Mound Police say all four suspects wanted in connection with the heist have been captured.

Two 18-year-olds -- Ethan Gaither and Carlos Valdez -- were arrested the night of the theft, one in the area and another at his home in Arlington.

Blue Mound Police Department.
Ethan Gaither, 18 (left) and Carlos Valdez, 18 (right).

A third suspect, 18-year-old Armando Carrizales of Arlington, was arrested in Grand Prairie on June 29, Blue Mound police say he was found to be in possession of a firearm during his arrest which is a violation of his parole.

Blue Mound Police Department.
Armando Carrizales, 18.

All three are charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity. Carrizales is also charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon and a Parole Violation.

No word on if any of the four suspects have an attorney.

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