At approximately 8:20 p.m. Sunday night, authorities responded to reports of an armed robbery occurring at a business located at 1130 E. Main St., Stamford Police said Monday.
According to authorities, two males entered the Fairlawn Card & Variety dressed entirely in black and wearing black ski masks. One male stood approximately 5-foot, 5-inches tall, police said. The other, standing approximately 6-feet tall, allegedly pointed a black handgun at the male employee and demanded cash, police said.
Authorities said the men were given an undisclosed amount of cash and fled out a rear door.
Philicia D. Alexandre, 24, of Castle Ct., was charged Sunday afternoon with sixth-degree larceny.
Raul Alfredo Arteaga, 53, of Connecticut Ave., was charged early Sunday with third-degree assault and first-degree criminal trespass.
Amilcar Hernandez, 33, of Atlantic St., was charged early Saturday with possession of narcotics.
Emmanuel Jean-Pierre, 22, of Rose Park Ave., was charged Sunday afternoon with third-degree criminal mischief, second-degree reckless endangerment and second-degree failure to appear.
Alfonso Lewis, 58, of Greenwich Ave., was charged early Saturday with failure to drive upon right, illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under suspension, illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, improper use of markers, license or registration and failure to renew registration.
Jose Luis Morales, 33, of Park ave. in Bridgeport, was charged early Sunday with possession of hallucinogens.
Margaret L. Priest, 24, of Carter Dr., was charged Sunday afternoon with illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Jose Maria Ramirez, 25, of Bonner St., was charged early Monday with first-degree failure to appear.
Joy Noelle Richards, 32, of High St., was charged Sunday evening with disorderly conduct, second-degree threatening and risk of injury to a child.
Matthew B. Salvatore, 36, of Wedgemere Rd., was charged early Saturday with violation of a protective order and second-degree harassment.