A Fort Hood man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a robbery that occurred in San Marcos last month.

Taylor Jacob Dunn, 21, of Fort Hood, was arraigned in Killeen by Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke on Wednesday on a felony charge of aggravated robbery.

Cooke set Dunn’s bail at $250,000.

Dunn was arrested by San Marcos police, who alleged he was one of two men who robbed another at gunpoint during a Nov. 28 incident.

According to an arrest affidavit, the victim invited an acquaintance, later identified as Edward Nagy, into his San Marcos apartment to smoke marijuana.

Nagy also brought Dunn with him, the victim said.

According to the affidavit, both Nagy and Dunn pulled out guns and pointed them at him and proceeded to rob him.

The two stole a cellphone, money, about 5 ounces of marijuana and a

9 mm handgun, the affidavit stated.

The victim later identified both men as Nagy and Dunn.

An anonymous individual also told police Taylor admitted he was involved in the robbery, and that he held a gun to

the victim’s head, according to the affidavit.

Speaking Wednesday, a spokesperson for the San Marcos Police Department confirmed that Dunn lived at Fort Hood, but could not confirm whether he is an active-duty solider.

Dunn will be transported to Hayes County Jail, the spokesperson said.

In an unrelated case, Natarsha Monique Taylor, 32, was arraigned Wednesday on a felony charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Cooke set her bail at $100,000.

Contact Chris McGuinness at chrism@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7568. Follow him on Twitter at ChrismKDH.

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