A 34-year-old Laurence Harbor man who was under the influence when he robbed a Hope Township gas station had heroin and weapons when police located him that same evening, authorities said.
Charles Degoulet-Deoliveira, 34, robbed an employee at U.S. Gas Station in Hope Township Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.
The employee initially refused to surrender any cash until Degoulet-Deoliveira threatened to use a weapon, police say.
Degoulet-Deoliveira fled the scene in a silver Toyota Tacoma and was apprehended a short time later in Allamuchy Township, authorities said.
Degoulet-Deoliveira was displaying signs of intoxication during initial questioning, police say. He was later linked to the robbery when he was found with the stolen cash and a knife.
Degoulet-Deoliveira was charged with robbery, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, theft, possession of heroin and DWI.
He is being held at the Warren County Jail pending a bail detention hearing.
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