LOUISVILLE, Ky. - An employee of Kentucky State Reformatory has been charged with robbing a man outside a fast-food restaurant and a woman walking to her apartment.
The Courier-Journal reports 32-year-old Michael Wooten was arrested Tuesday by Louisville police, who listed Wooten as an employee of the prison.
Wooten was charged with two counts of first-degree robbery.
The man and woman who were robbed both said they had a knife put to their throats.
Police said Wooten was arrested after the man was able to get a license plate number.
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