Last Modified: Thursday, September 13, 2012 12:42 AM
Sulphur police on Sunday arrested four teenagers in connection with two robberies, officials said.
Kenneth Peters, 18, and Julius Fontenot Jr., 17, were charged with two counts of second-degree robbery, and Dorian Thomas, 18, and Raymond Ross Jr., 18, were charged with one count of second-degree robbery.
The first robbery, which sent the victim to a local hospital, happened on West Elizabeth Street, said Police Chief Lewis Coats.
He said the victim gave a brief description of three male assailants, but that police were unable to find them.
The second robbery happened on Trailer Street. Coats said police were able to find the robbers after the second victim, who was treated on the scene, gave a description of them.
All four were booked into the city jail.