Two men, a woman and a teen are facing charges in a September restaurant robbery in Danville in which an employee suffered a serious gunshot wound.
Rico Penix, 19; Patrick Brand, 21; and Robin Adams, 26, were charged with first-degree robbery and first-degree assault, Danville Police Chief Anthony Gray said.
Those suspects were arrested Thursday, he said.
Additionally, Danville police told WKYT that a fourth person, a 16-year-old, was arrested in Harrodsburg on Friday afternoon and also faces charges of with robbery and assault in the case.
The four are accused in the Sept. 15 armed robbery of a Domino's Pizza outlet on South Fourth Street; employee Zoe Reed was shot and seriously wounded.
Police said last month that the delivery driver on duty that night at the restaurant was called away to a fake address and returned to find that Reed had been shot. Reed was working alone at the outlet when the robbery occurred, police said.
According to Gray, Brand was arrested in Danville. Officers arrested Penix at the home of a relative in Harrodsburg while Adams was taken into custody in Lancaster, Gray said.
Gray said Reed is "improving" but still has not fully recovered from her wound.