A Lebanon man wearing hospital scrubs is accused of showing a weapon Tuesday night to rob Domino’s Pizza.
Robert Blevings, 50, has an arraignment scheduled for this morning in Lebanon Municipal Court. He was booked early Wednesday into the Warren County Jail on suspicion of aggravated robbery.
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Police were called around 11:50 p.m. Tuesday to the pizza restaurant, 915 N. Broadway St., in Lebanon, to an armed robbery. The suspect fled in a dark-colored sport-utility vehicle.
Police spotted a 2011 Chevrolet Traverse leaving the area of Domino’s. After a short pursuit, the driver stopped and was taken into custody without incident, according to a police Facebook post.
Police said they found a loaded .38 revolver, blue bandanna and a plastic bag containing cash and receipts from Domino’s Pizza in Blevings’ car.
Blevings also matched the description of the suspect in the armed robbery July 25 of The Black Barn, 1161 W. Main St., and the July 30 attempted armed robbery of LaRosa’s Pizzeria, 1871 Deerfield Road, according to Lebanon police.
A search of Blevings’ apartment led police to seize items related to the Black Barn and LaRosa’s incidents, including a firearm, clothing and property. Blevings allegedly admitted to committing the two robberies and attempted robbery.
Police said additional charges against Blevings are pending