A Radcliff man was arrested Wednesday for first-degree robbery.
The Radcliff Police Department charged Michilee D. Toussaint, 20, after officers responded Tuesday evening to the Minit Mart in Radcliff for a possible carjacking.
According to the arrest citation, officers recovered a phone which the victim said belonged to someone who tired to steal his vehicle. Shortly after, officers responded to nearby Shelby Avenue in reference to a possible robbery earlier in the day.
Contact was made with a person at the residence and he said he was walking to the Minit Mart when three people approached him and he was held at gunpoint. He said close to $200 and his cell phone was stolen from him.
While giving a written statement, the person attempted to describe his phone, which was described to be similar to the one officers recovered at the first robbery attempt. The person then attempted to “ping” his phone, but was unable due to it being “offline,” the report said.
It was learned by the officer that Toussaint, was a wanted subject, the report said. His identity was confirmed by a picture and another person familiar with him.
As officers went to apprehend Toussaint, the report said he fled on foot on Shelby Avenue in the direction of Candy Court and running through yards he caused a immediate, substantial risk to the public and residents in the area, the report said.
Toussaint was arrested and charged with second-degree burglary; third-degree criminal mischief; first-degree fleeing police on foot; theft of identity of another without consent; falsely reporting an incident; receiving stolen property — $10,000 or more; failure to appear; and first-degree robbery.
A $150,000 cash bond has been set and Toussaint is scheduled for an Oct. 15 pretrial conference.