Drug Deal Gone Sour Leads to One Arrest and Warrant
Windsor police are looking for a man they call "armed and dangerous" after a gunpoint robbery.
Officers were initially called to Langlois Ave. near Niagara St. shortly before 7 am Tuesday.
Police believe two men met up with a group of other men on the premise of arranging a drug deal.
During the meeting a gun was pulled and a man was robbed of a cash, jewelry and a cell phone.
The two suspects left in a vehicle that has since been recovered by police who identified the pair.
At about 3pm Tuesday, officers attended a home and arrested a man.
22-year-old Blake Carter, who has ties to Windsor, is charged with robbery with a weapon.
An arrest warrant has been issued for 31-year-old Spencer Pittico of Toronto on a charge of robbery with a weapon.
He's describes as a black male, approximately 5'11" in height, weighing 175 lbs., short dark (balding) hair.
He also has a distinctive tattoo on the right neck reading "NIKKIS".
Police point out the firearm has not been recovered and Pittico is considered armed and dangerous.