Two men have been arrested in connection with an armed street robbery in Bridgeport this past Thursday.
Robert Stovall, 25, and Darell Foreman, 24, have been charged with first-degree robbery, third-degree assault and risk of injury to a minor.
According to Bridgeport police, the robbery took place near the intersection of Reservoir and Woodrow avenues.
Police said the victim was physically assaulted, threatened with a firearm and robbed of a cell phone and cash.
Investigators identified the suspects and set up surveillance at their home on Douglas Street on Monday.
Stovall was the first to be arrested. Police said Stovall got into a car parked outside his house and officers pulled him over and took him into custody.
Later in the day, offices went back to the Douglas Street home to tow Foreman's vehicle. Foreman was arrested when he walked outside to to find out why his car was being towed, police said.
Members of the Bridgeport Robbery Squad searched the address and found a loaded .32-caliber firearm, along with a box of ammunition.
Bond is set at $150,000.