Two men charged with March 4 armed robbery of WFU graduate student

The Wake Forest University police department has charged two men with robbing a Wake Forest graduate student at gunpoint on March 4 in a university parking lot.

The men are charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon and feloniously conspiring to commit armed robbery. Police identified them as Daniel Kenneth Pelzer of Capitol Heights, Md., and Darnell Terrell Stanley of Washington, D.C.

The Winston-Salem Journal reported April 19 that the men have been charged with unrelated robbery charges recently in Winston-Salem. A third man has also been charged in those incidents.

The student, who was not injured in the campus incident, told university investigators that she was standing outside her car on the morning of March 4 when a masked man armed with a pistol approached her in a parking lot. The man took her automobile and purse.

The car was recovered in Washington, D.C., in April.

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