Dorchester man arrested for string of Dunkin’ Donuts, McDonalds robberies
A Dorchester man was arrested Saturday morning in connection with six armed robberies throughout Boston.
Richard Calderon-Colon, 40, is accused of robbing at gunpoint three McDonald’s and three Dunkin’ Donuts, and making off with cash just before closing time.
Calderon-Colon reportedly hung out in the restaurants and in some incidents ordered coffee before the alleged robberies.
The first hold up happened on May 13 at a Washington Street McDonalds. The last robbery occurred on May 29, at a Mass Ave. McDonalds. Boston Police said Calderon-Colon jumped over the counter during some of the robberies.
He was arrested after Boston Police found him sleeping in a car parked on Ames Street. He is expected to be arraigned Monday in Dorchester District Court.