Man charged with Youngstown Taco Bell robbery

Hiram Urrutia-Ramos is charged with robbery, failure to appear, drug possession and drug paraphernalia

Hiram Urrutia-Ramos is charged with the robbery of Taco Bell in Youngstown on March 9.


YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – A man has been arrested in connection with a robbery at the Taco Bell in Youngstown, located on Market Street near Midlothian Boulevard.

Youngstown Police said Hiram Urrutia-Ramos, 27, was charged with a warrant for the robbery, as well as failure to appear in court on a previous possession of drug abuse instruments charge. He was additionally charged with possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia when police said he was found with heroin during his arrest.

Police said Urrutia-Ramos was charged in connection to the robbery at the restaurant on March 9. The restaurant was also robbed on March 3 by a man who matched the description of the suspect, but Urrutia-Ramos has not been charged with that robbery, according to police.

The March 3 robbery is still under investigation.

Urrutia-Ramos remains in Mahoning County Jail. A preliminary hearing has been set for 10:30 a.m. March 21 in Youngstown Municipal Court.

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