LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville man was arrested Friday after police say he and two others beat and robbed a victim near U of L in May.
According to an arrest report, it happened May 25. That's when police say one of the suspects, 19-year-old Alexandre Harrison, invited the victim to The Nine, an off-campus apartment complex on Floyd Street affiliated with U of L.
As the victim and Harrison walked up a stairwell, police say Harrison asked the victim to wait, then went up another flight of stairs and returned with 19-year-old Shundale Woolridge.
Police say Woolridge was armed with a shotgun and pointed it at the victim, stating "Give me everything." Police say Woolridge and Harrison then assaulted the victim, hitting him with the gun and kicking him. Police say the victim's glasses were broken during the attack.
After taking $100 from the victim, police say Woolridge and Harrison and got into a waiting car driven by unknown accomplice and drove away.
U of L police were called, and investigators say they have video surveillance from inside the building and inside the parking garage where the getaway car was waiting.
Woolridge was arrested late Thursday night. He's charged with robbery and receiving stolen property. He's remains jailed at Louisville Metro Corrections on a $10,000 cash bond.
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