Dorian Brockman of Pittsburgh was arrested after two armed robberies in New Fort

Witnesses said the man in charge had a gun and a green laser

by: WKBN Staff

Posted: May 13, 2021 / 8:04 am EDT
Updated: May 13, 2021 / 8:04 am EDT

Source: New Castle City Police Department

NEW CASTLE, Pa. (WKBN) – A man is jailed in New Castle Wednesday after two robberies.

The officers responded to reports of a robbery at the Pennsylvania Skill Games on Wilmington Road. Witnesses said the man in charge had a gun and a green laser.

While the officers were on the scene, they received reports of an armed robbery on the N. Jefferson Street Speedway. Police said this suspect’s description was the same as that of the first suspect.

Officials from several departments searched the area for the man, who was later identified as 35-year-old Dorian Brockman from Pittsburgh, and found him near Grant Street.

They said he tried to run away but they chased him and caught him behind the Skyview Towers Apartments.

Police said he threw a bag containing a gun, green laser, ammunition and over $ 1,000 in cash.

Brockman is charged with two robberies, persons unable to own, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms, two serious bodily harm, escape to avoid concern, theft by illegal taking, receipt of stolen property, two simple cases of bodily harm, disorderly behavior and two nuisances.

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