CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - A man accused of robbing a Case Western Reserve University student pleads not guilty at his arraignment on Wednesday morning.
Malik Saxon, 23, has been indicted on counts of aggravated robbery and possessing criminal tools after allegedly robbing a Case Western Reserve University Student.
Saxon plead not guilty to the charges at his arraignment. His bond is set at $25,000.
According to police, the student was robbed while walking to class near Adelbert Rd. and Euclid Ave.
Police say Saxon approached the victim, asking to borrow their phone. When the student handed it to him, Saxon put it in his pocket and then pulled a lead pipe out and threatened the suspect before he fled.
A witness saw what happened and contacted police, who arrested Saxon shortly after the alleged robbery.