CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Police officers have arrested one person and are on the lookout for other suspects in connection to two pizza delivery driver armed robberies.
Charleston police arrested 18-year-old DeSean Calvary and charged him with two counts of armed robbery. He was being held at the Al Cannon Detention Center.
Calvary's arrest stems from two robberies on June 18 and 19 that happened on Line Street.
Police say the first incident happened around 1 a.m. when a delivery driver for Buck's Pizza attempted to deliver pizza to a Line Street apartment.
"He was approached by two men; one of them was armed with a handgun," police say."They robbed him of the money he was carrying and his cell phone."
According to police, the second robbery happened around midnight when a Domino's Pizza delivery driver attempted to deliver pizza to a Line Street apartment.
Authorities say the victim was approached by several men and one of them was armed with a handgun. They also robbed him of the money he was carrying and the pizzas.
Police are continuing the investigation.