Second man arrested in Binghamton armed robbery
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- A second man involved in an armed robbery at a Binghamton home now faces charges.
Police arrested 31-year-old James Fenstemacher on Thursday in connection to an armed robbery at 56 Pine Street on Feb. 20.
According to detectives, Fenstemacher and 23-year-old Kyle Adkins went to the Pine Street address under the pretense of making a drug deal with another person.
Fenstemacher and Adkins then robbed the victim at gunpoint, detectives say. No shots were fired and no one was injured.
Police say Fenstemacher stole the victims wallet and cell phone during the robbery. Fenstemacher and Adkins are both charged with second-degree robbery, a class C felony.
Fenstemacher was arraigned at Binghamton City Court on Thursday morning.