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Stamford Delivery Drivers Report Gunpoint Robbery

Stamford police said two men robbed the pair, taking close to $500 in cash.

Two Chinese food delivery men reported an armed robbery on Warren Street to Stamford police late Sunday night. 

According to authorities, officers were dispatched to Warren St. after two China King Restaurant employees contacted them saying a pair of black males had been in the area when they arrived to make a delivery and brandished a gun, demanding money.

Authorities said one male threatened the pair, stating "I don't want to kill you, just give me the wallet," while the other took the wallet and went through it, reportedly taking $400 to $500 in cash from the victim.

Police said an investigation into the incident is ongoing, but the phone from which the order was placed that brought the delivery men to the area appeared to be stolen.

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Stamford Arrests

Idelfonso Contreas, 34, of Dryden St., charged early Sunday with first-degree criminal trespass and second-degree breach of peace.

James A. Denardo, 62, of Hope St., charged Sunday morning with disorderly conduct.

Hawley Barnes Jenkin, 48, of Hope St., charged Sunday morning with disorderly conduct.

Christopher E. Jones, 29, charged early Sunday with illegal possession of narcotics and sale of certain illegal drugs.

Tiffani Laudersale, 22, of Sillwater Ave., charged Sunday night with disorderly conduct, third-degree assault and risk of injury to a child.

Jonathan Ernest Loeser, 19, of Blinman St. in New London, charged Sunday afternoon with fifth-degree larceny.

Janine Yvonne McDonald, 33, of McPadden Dr. in Stratford, charged Sunday afternoon with two counts sixth-degree larceny and two counts conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny.

Volodymyr Taran, 30, of Ludlow St., charged Sunday night with evading responsibility while causing property damage and injury, operating a motor vehicle without a license and failure to insure a private motor vehicle.

Nicole Alisia Tate, 33, of Jewett Ave. in Bridgeport, charged Sunday night with two counts sixth-degree larceny and two counts conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny.

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