SHARON 3 face robbery charges

Two of the accused attacked a bicyclist and stole the necklace he was wearing, police said.
SHARON, Pa. -- Police have arrested three men wanted in two separate robberies, one for taking money at gunpoint from a bakery and the other two for taking a necklace from a man on Stambaugh Avenue.
Ardeed I. Mitchell, 21, of Livingston Street, Youngstown, was picked up by Youngstown police about a week ago on a Sharon warrant charging him with robbery, conspiracy, receiving stolen property and theft.
Police said he was returned to Mercer County and arraigned on those charges Wednesday before District Justice James McMahon, who ordered him held in Mercer County Jail on $10,000 bond. He remained in jail today. Police said he entered Metz Bakery on Division Street April 6 armed with a handgun and took money from a clerk.
Pymatuning Township Police arrested Jeffrey R. Pumphrey, 18, of 12th Street, Greenville, and Joshua D. Burns, 19, of Leslie Street, Sharon, at Pumphrey's home around 3 a.m. today on Sharon warrants.
Police said the pair attacked and robbed a Sharon man as he rode his bicycle in the 100 block of Stambaugh Avenue June 21.
Police said Pumphrey and Burns drove up beside the victim, got out of their car and knocked him to the ground, punching and kicking him.
They then took a platinum necklace from his neck and threatened to kill him, police said.
Both were charged with robbery, aggravated assault, conspiracy, simple assault and making terroristic threats. Pumphrey was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. They were held for arraignment this morning.