Men charged in Clinton Township unarmed robbery
Two men face unarmed robbery charges after one allegedly snatched cash from a restaurant register and another waited outside in the getaway vehicle, according to Clinton Township police.
Victor John Casazza is accused of committing the robbery around 12:30 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Great Lakes Family Restaurant at 36830 Harper, near 16 Mile, police said in a statement.
The second suspect, Robert John Parzynski, is accused of waiting outside in a white van during the robbery.
Casazza allegedly entered the establishment and asked for change. When the cashier opened the register, Casazza grabbed her arm and took money out of the till, police said. He then fled to the van parked outside and fled alongside Parzynski.
Both men were arrested Saturday and were expected to be arraigned Monday in 41B District Court on unarmed robbery, a 15-year felony.