Stamford Police announced Monday evening the arrest of a suspect in relation to three armed robberies of Chinese food delivery persons within the last month.
According to authorities, Colhose Lucien, 21, of 350 Cove Rd., was arrested following an investigation into one of those robberies.
Police began their investigation after a China King employee was robbed at gunpoint of his cellphone and cash by two black male while delivering food to a Warren St. address.
The ensuing investigation led officers to Lucien's address, where authorities allegedly discovered a .22 caliber revolver, marijuana packaged for sale and evidence of previous drug sales, according to police.Lucien was then taken into custody.
According to police, after interviewing Lucien about the robbery incidents in question, he allegedly confessed to the Jan. 6 robbery, which brought additional charges.
Police also discovered Lucien had allegedly been arrested on narcotics charges in Nov. 2012 and given a false name at that time.
Lucien has been charged with possession of a pistol without a permit, possession of marijuana, possession with intent to sell, operating a drug factory, possession of narcotices within 1500 feet of a school, first-degree robbery, conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery and interfering with police.
Lucien is being held on $157,500 worth of bonds.