Barehill v. State
In Barehill v. State, 740 S.W.2d 572 (Tex. App.--Houston 1st Dist. 1987, no pet.), the defendant and another male entered the restaurant with their right hands covered by brown bags. Id. at 573.
The two men made several statements indicating that they had guns. Id. The complainant testified that she did not see a gun, but feared that the defendant would shoot her. Id.
The defendant denied the robbery and testified that he did not own a gun. Id.
A rebuttal witness testified that she saw the defendant three days later use a gun to commit an extraneous robbery. Id.
The Court held that the evidence was sufficient to convict the defendant of aggravated robbery. Id. at 574.