Police arrest suspect in strong-arm robbery, ID 2 in custody - Tucson News Now

Police arrest suspect in strong-arm robbery, ID 2 in custody

Travis Starks (left) and Aaron Lewis (center) were arrested Friday. Kwame Toliver was arrested today. (Source: University of Arizona Police Department) Travis Starks (left) and Aaron Lewis (center) were arrested Friday. Kwame Toliver was arrested today. (Source: University of Arizona Police Department)

By Megan Canterbury / Tucson News Now intern

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) University of Arizona Police Department detectives arrested a man today in connection with the strong-armed robbery of a university student last week.

Kwame Toliver, 21, was arrested and charged today with one count of aggravated robbery, a class-tree felony, after a student's backpack was taken at 1145 East Fourth Street on Feb. 5.

On Friday, police arrested two other men allegedly connected with the robbery, Aaron Lewis, 20, and Travis Starks, 20. Lewis and Starks were also charged with aggravated robbery. All three men were booked in the Pima County Jail.

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