UA police arrest 2 in connection with armed robbery - Tucson News Now

UA police arrest 2 in connection with armed robbery

David Crim (Source: University of Arizona Police Department) David Crim (Source: University of Arizona Police Department)
Lion Loustaunau-Lopez (Source: University of Arizona Police Department) Lion Loustaunau-Lopez (Source: University of Arizona Police Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

University of Arizona police arrested two men today in connection with an armed robbery last month.

Police arrested Lion Loustaunau-Lopez, 18, on July 9 and David Crim, 18, on July 10. Each was booked into the Pima County Jail, charged with one count of armed robbery.

The arrest stems from an investigation of an incident on June 29 in which an unidentified victim was robbed by three men that given him a ride after an off-campus event. They drove to campus near 2nd Street and Cherry Avenue, where the victim was robbed.

Police say the three men were identified and the investigation determined Loustaunau-Lopez and Crim were allegedly responsible for the robbery.

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