The victim showed police Huitron's Facebook profile and positively identified him in a photo lineup.Huitron was on Bexar County's most wanted list until he was apprehended Saturday. "Ooh, do me, Yo-Yo Master, I want you to do me cause you're the yo-yo guy! Oh, I *am* the Seventh Degree Imperial Yo-Yo Master. Like, there's this and then in a year it's like, "Oh, you know, I'm kinda gonna want to get back out there, but I think I like guys," and then there's the big, "Oh, I'm... I'm a gay guy now." : No, no, he don't need no help! I just want you to know this is, like, the first conversation of, like, three conversations that leads to you being gay. Everybody says you gotta check out one of these shows. Nothing against him, but if I hear "Yah Mo B There" one more time, I'm going to "Yah Mo" burn this place to the ground. First of all, you throwin' too many big words at me, and because I don't understand them, I'm gonna take 'em as disrespect. I would rather listen to Fran Drescher for eight hours than have to listen to Michael Mc Donald.
Two days later, Macias was found by a propane delivery driver in a field near Spanish Grant Road, shot to death . On July 3, 2016, deputies met with the victim again and listened to his full story.on June 28, 2016 from the 1700 block of Roosevelt Avenue and took him to a home in the 100 block of Jesse Street.RELATED: Body found at South Bexar County cul-de-sac identified Once the victim entered the home, a man identified as Mark Anthony Macias, 25, struck him in the back of the head with a shovel, the affidavit said.more A 35-year-old man was jailed Saturday on accusations that he "hog tied," tortured and robbed a man on the far South Side last summer.
Gregory Huitron faces charges of aggravated kidnapping and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Macias and Huitron then "hog tied" the victim with belts and dragged him to the bathroom, where they proceed to beat him with a hammer, kick him and threaten to shoot him in the head, authorities said.