TROY — The Troy Police Department has charged a 15 year-old male juvenile in connection with the armed robbery of the Valero gas station last month.
According to Capt. Jeff Kunkleman, the 15 year-old was in custody Tuesday and was incarcerated at the West Central Juvenile Detention Center.
The juvenile, whose name is being withheld due to his age, was charged with aggravated robbery.
Isaiah Williams, 19, of Ludlow Falls, was arrested last month in connection with the Dec. 15 armed robberies at Dad’s Carryout on Union Street and then the Valero gas station incidents. Williams has been charged with two counts of first degree aggravated robbery. Williams is developmentally delayed.
Williams allegedly ordered the two employees to the floor by knife point, stole money and fled on foot. A clerk pulled a gun on Williams but the gun didn’t fire. The knife was recovered near the scene.
Williams is also believed to have allegedly robbed the Valero gas station. William was accompanied by the 15 year-old juvenile subject. A knife was also used in the robbery. No one was injured in that incident.
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