Binghamton Food Deliverymen Robbed At Gunpoint
A Binghamton man has been arrested in connection with two armed robberies of food deliverymen in the city. Police are seeking a second suspect.
Authorities say 18-year-old Curtis Williams was charged with two counts of first-degree robbery.
Williams was arraigned in Binghamton city court and sent to Broome County Jail.
Investigators say the first robbery happened January 27 near 259 Front Street. They say a Domino’s Pizza employee was robbed at gunpoint. Food and cash were taken by two men, one of whom was reported to be armed with a handgun.
The second heist happened the following day near 455 Chenango Street. Two men robbed a deliveryman for New Panda Chinese Restaurant.
After each robbery, the suspects fled on foot.
As part of the investigation, police say they executed a search warrant at 38 Winding Way. Williams was arrested and some evidence in the robberies was recovered.
People with information about the robberies may call the Binghamton Police detective bureau at 607.772.7080.