Deputies in Lyon County have four people in custody after authorities say they robbed a Walmart on Thursday afternoon.
Investigators say a security guard approached the suspects after they left the store on Newlands Drive.
Deputies say when one of the suspects, Daryl Reyes, also known as Enrique Luna, showed a gun - the guard backed off - and the suspects fled to a home on Wildwood Street at the corner of Eaglewood Drive.
When deputies arrive, three came out of the home, but the final suspect, Reyes, stayed inside, until SWAT teams stormed the building.
Reyes faces charges of assault with a deadly weapon, burglary while in possession of a deadly weapon and aiming/discharging a firearm. His bail is set at $52,500.
The other three people also face burglary charges. Their bails are $25,000 each.
Deputies say they originally detained five people, but after an investigation they say that fifth person was not connected to the alleged crimes, they were just inside the home during the same time.
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