2 men held in robbery of eatery in Pa.

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Two Youngstown men are in the Lawrence County Jail accused of robbing a Union Township eatery.
Isiah Taylor III, 33, of Grant Street and James Edward Scott, 37, of Sherwood Avenue face charges of robbery, robbery of a motor vehicle, recklessly endangering another person and making terroristic threats.
Police said the night manager was leaving when he was approached by two masked men lurking in the parking lot at 12:35 a.m. Sunday.
Police said the two men forced the manager at gunpoint back into the building and unsuccessfully tried to get him to open the safe.
Pennsylvania State Police said they arrested Taylor as he tried to run from the restaurant and Scott was picked up later walking along U.S. Route 422 toward Youngstown.
Both were arraigned before District Justice J.V. Lamb and put in jail each in lieu of $100,000 bond.