DELAWARE, OH (WCMH) -- A former employee with the Old Bag of Nails in Delaware has been indicted in the robbery of the restaurant.
Joseph Anthony Nappi, 33, of Delaware, was indicted by a Delaware County Grand Jury on a two-count indictment for the robbery.
According to investigators, at about 9am, January 8, police were called to the Old Bag of Nails restaurant on Sandusky Street on the report of a robbery.
Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien says that Nappi entered the restaurant before it opened and demanded cash and an employee’s keys.
“The masked man, who was wielding an aluminum baseball bat, got away with $751 and the employee’s personal vehicle,” stated O’Brien.
The vehicle was later located three blocks away.
Nappi has been indicted on one count of aggravated robbery and one count of aggravated burglary. Both are first degree felonies.
No arraignment date has been set.