Tracy Johnson (Jail photo)
WACO (September 3, 2013)-Waco police have arrested a second man in connection with an August aggravated robbery during which a gun was pointed at the victim, but failed to fire when the trigger was pulled.
Tracy Johnson, 29, was ordered held in the McLennan County Jail on bonds totaling $70,000, charged with possession of a controlled substance and aggravated robbery, online jail records showed Tuesday.
Johnson was arrested on a warrant that charges him with participating with Terrance Michael Carter on August 6 in an aggravated robbery in East Waco.
Carter also remained Tuesday in the McLennan County Jail in lieu of bonds totaling $61,000, charged with aggravated robbery, possession of a controlled substance and criminal trespassing.
Police reports from the time of the incident show two men approached another man outside a convenience store in the 800 block of E. Waco Drive and demanded money.
The victim was able to flee the scene but the two robbers got into a car and followed him to a nearby neighborhood.
Once the robbers caught up with their victim, one of them pulled a handgun and again demanded money.
When the victim refused to hand over his cash, the would-be robber pulled the gun's trigger but it failed to fire, police said.
Carter was arrested the same day of the incident but police were unable to find Johnson.
Johnson was arrested on the warrant on Monday.