BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- A 40-year-old Dorchester man was arrested Saturday for his alleged connection to six robberies at several McDonalds and Dunkin'Donuts locations.
Richard Calderon-Colon was arrested by the Boston Police Fugitive Unit just before 8 a.m. on five outstanding warrants for armed robbery. At the time of his arrest, Calderon-Colon was sleeping in a car parked outside 27 Ames Street.
The 40-year-old is wanted for robberies that occurred between May 13 and May 29. The robberies occurred at eateries on Mass. Ave, Washington Street, Boston Street, and Morton Street.
Calderon-Colon is expected to be arraigned Monday.
Here is the complete list of robberies he is accused of committing:
5/13 McDonalds at 605 Washington Street: A suspect who was "hanging out front" went into use the bathroom and came out as the restaurant was closing at about 11 p.m. He demanded money with a black revolver in his hand.
5/18 Dunkin' Donuts at 256 Boston Street: After asking for coffee at about 10:48 p.m., the suspect jumped over the counter, showed a black firearm, and demanded money. He took the money and fled.
5/21 McDonalds at 3064 Washington Street: At about 9:20 p.m., the suspect asked for coffee before showing a black handgun. The clerk fled to the back and the suspect jumped over the counter, took the money, and fled.
5/24 Dunkin' Donuts at 616 Mass. Ave: The suspect ordered a coffee at about 7:30 p.m., sat and drank it before ordering a second cup. He then displayed a black revolver and demanded cash. When the clerk backed away, the suspect jumped over the counter and took money.
5/25: Dunkin' Donuts at 895 Morton Street: The suspect ordered a coffee and donut just after 9 p.m. He then asked for another donut before displaying a black handgun and demanding money. He jumped over the counter and took cash from two different registers.
5/29 McDonalds at 870 Mass. Ave: The suspect displayed a black handgun just before 10:20 p.m. and demanded money.