STAMFORD, Conn. — A Stamford man suspected of robbing a Chinese food deliveryman at gunpoint was arrested Friday, a news release said.
The investigation into the robbery, which took place Jan. 6, led police to the home of Colhose Lucien, 21, the release said. During a search of his home, police found a .22-caliber revolver, marijuana packaged for sale and evidence of drug sales, the release said.
Lucien was charged with possession of a pistol without a permit, possession of marijuana, possession with intent to sell, operating a drug factory and possession of narcotics within 1,500 feet of a housing project or school, the release said. He was held on a $75,000 bond for those charges, the release said.
While at headquarters he allegedly admitted robbing the deliveryman and was charged with first-degree robbery and conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery, according to the release. A $75,000 bond was set for those charges, the release said.
Lucien also admitted being arrested in November on a narcotics charge and using a false name. He was additionally charged with interfering with police, and bond was set at $7,500 for that charge, the release said.
During the Jan. 6 incident, the deliveryman from China King Restaurant was directed to the rear of 79 Warren St., where he was robbed of cash, a phone and the food, the release said. It was one of three reported robberies of deliverymen in the city in the past three months, the release said.