A robbery that occurred outside a Stamford convenience store Tuesday night sent one man to the hospital for his injuries he received in the altercation, police said Wednesday morning.
According to authorities, a man exiting a convenience store in the area of Lafayette Street and E. Main St. at approximately 4 p.m. was confronted by a group of four black males, one of whom attacked him, the victim said.
When the victim defended himself, the victim told police the other three males jumped in and also began beating him, authorities said. Police said the victim reported $500 in cash being taken from his person.
The victim brought himself to Stamford Hospital, which notified authorities of the incident at approximately 7:45 p.m. Police said he was suffering from a broken nose, neck pain, a left eye that was swollen shut and additional facial swelling.
Jonathan Acuna, 22, of Hope St., charged Tuesday night with second-degree breach of peace, illegal possession of narcotics and failure to keep narcotics in an organized container.
Deborah Louis, 19, of Culloden Rd., charged Tuesday night with fifth-degree larceny.