Police said Pence and Provosnik went into the Subway on West Ridge Road at about 6 p.m. on Sunday wearing bandanas on their faces, hooded sweatshirts and jeans. Provosnik demanded money from the cashier and motioned that he had a gun without showing a weapon, according to police. After they took the money, the men ran on foot southbound from the area.See any others in the police blotters? Send them our way.
Police called in deputies from the Lorain County Sheriff’s Office, and together the officers followed the footprints left by the suspects to the 100 block of Brunswick Drive and found Pence’s apartment, according to police. When no one answered the door, police continued investigating, leading them to the 1100 block of Garden Street, where they found Pence staying at a relative’s house. Pence was arrested early Monday.
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