LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB)---Authorities have arrested a man that they believe robbed a handful of Subways across Kentuckiana.
44-year-old Nathaniel Bristol is behind bars in Clark County.
Authorities believe he's linked to recent Subway robberies in New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Louisville.
Clark County Prosecutor Jeremy Mull says that on November 29th, Bristol ran a stop sign in Jeffersonville and an officer tried to pull him over.
That's when he says a police pursuit began.
Once Bristol was caught, Mull says they found disguises in his vehicle that linked him to the recent robberies.
He has been charged with armed robbery, and resisting law enforcement.
More charges are expected.
He's expected to appear in court in Clark County on Monday, December 9th.
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