Suspects arrested after Clemson armed robbery

CLEMSON — Clemson police say they have made a second arrest in the robbery of a pizza delivery person that occurred in mid-November.

According to a release from the department, on November 15, Clemson police began investigating an incident where a pizza delivery person had been robbed by two people at gunpoint. The investigation led to a composite sketch being done of one of the suspects, who was not wearing a bandana over his face. The sketch led to the arrest of the first suspect.

The first suspect, Jamel Deshon Brown, was arrested on December 5 and charged with armed robbery. The investigation continued, leading to the identification of the second suspect.

Arrested was 17-year-old Horace Eugene Young, Jr. Young, who was arrested on December 6, has been charged with armed robbery and possession of a firearm during a violent crime.

A bond hearing was held on December 7, with bond being set on Young at $35,000 surety.

Both suspects are being held at the Pickens County Detention Center.