By: Richard L. Smith
Police in West Orange arrested a suspect wanted for robbing a restaurant in the township in mid-November.
According to police on Thursday, November 17, at 9:26 a.m., the West Orange Police responded to 32 Main Street on a report of a robbery at the Subway restaurant.
Police said a male, believed to be armed, entered the Subway and demanded the store employee open the register as he climbed over the counter and removed cash.
West Orange Police said Detective Rakem Bell conducted an extensive investigation and charged Robert Klosky, of West Orange, with 2nd Degree Robbery.
According to police, on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, Klosky was taken into custody by the Detective Bureau.
An interview was conducted where Klosky allegedly provided a full confession of the robbery.
He was remanded to the Essex County Correctional Facility.