HUBER HEIGHTS — A Harrison Township man has been indicted on two felony charges in connection with the robbery of the Hot Head Burrito restaurant in Huber Heights last month.
Laronne Baber, 20, was indicted by the Montgomery County Grand Jury on one count of aggravated robbery with physical harm, a first degree felony, and robbery with physical harm, a second degree felony.
Baber is set to be arraigned by Montgomery County Pleas Judge Michael W. Krumholtz on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. He is currently incarcerated in the Montgomery County Jail.
Bond was originally set at $250,000 by Montgomery County Municipal Court Eastern Division Judge James Piergies, however jail records do not currently show a bond amount.
Huber Heights police say Baber went to the restaurant just before 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 3. After unsuccessfully attempting to force the front doors open, he went to the side entrance and smashed the glass door.
After entering the restaurant, located at 6480 Brandt Pike, Baber allegedly chased the store employee who was attempting to escape.
He then assaulted the female and removed her pants which had her cell phone. He then left the store with her phone and pants.
Baber turned himself in to Huber Heights Police on Feb. 7.