NAUGATUCK — Police charged three men with robbing a 16-year-old Monday night.
Police said the victim was with Christopher Silva-Hicks, 20, of Waterbury, John Daisey, 18, and Brian Jackson, 20, both of Naugatuck, at about 6:30 p.m. in the area of Hillside Avenue. The victim was sitting on a guardrail when Daisey pushed the victim over the guardrail and took his wallet, according to police. The three men then ran from the scene.
Police said the victim knew the three men and the robbery wasn’t a random attack. He wasn’t injured, police said.
Officers located Jackson and Daisey on Rubber Avenue and found Silva-Hicks at a home on Rubber Avenue, police said.
Daisey was charged with second-degree conspiracy at robbery and second-degree robbery. Silva-Hicks and Jackson were charged with second-degree conspiracy at robbery.
Jackson and Diasy were held on bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on Tuesday. Silva-Hicks was released on bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 31.