(Bridgeport, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Bridgeport police say they’ve arrested a pair of suspects in a street robbery from last week.
Under arrest are 25-year-old Robert Stovall and 24-year-old Darrell Foreman.
They’re wanted in connection with an incident that occurred last Thursday.
Officers say a man was assaulted, threatened at gunpoint, and robbed of cash and a cell phone at Reservoir and Woodrow Avenues.
On Monday, police set up surveillance at a Douglas Street residence.
They first collared Stovall after he left the residence in a vehicle that arrived on the scene and was arrested during a traffic stop nearby.
Later, police returned to the residence to tow the suspect’s car when they arrested Foreman.
Each man faces charges of robbery, assault, and risk of injury to a minor.
In addition, a loaded .32-caliber firearm and a box of ammunition was found in the house.
The suspects are being held on bonds of $150,000 each.