Two 17-year-old girls and two men, ages 20 and 21, were arrested at a Morrisville hotel Wednesday night on charges that they had used a handgun to rob a man of his cash, cell phone and car keys, arrest warrants and booking records showed.
The two girls were Zakiayah Sanayah Williams of 1011 Carroll St. in Durham and Toneah Deziree Halsey of 2503 Kingdom Way in Durham.
The men were Deangelo Rarhem Qwama Taborn, 21, of 5211 Green Riley Road in Rougemont and Jordan Jerome Hart, 20, of 700 Morreene Road in Durham.
Police said Thursday that the arrests at about 9:30 p.m. stemmed from what appeared to be a random robbery a short time earlier of the man in a parking lot across Slater Road from an Extended Stay America hotel.
The four were staying at the hotel, police said.
All were charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon and common law robbery.
Taborn was served with an outstanding misdemeanor larceny warrant from Durham County, and Halsey was charged with a felony count of having a controlled substance when she was booked into the Wake County Detention Center.
Police said their investigation continued after the arrests and could lead to other charges.
Halsey, Taborn and Williams were held on $50,000 bail each, and Hart was held on $75,000 bail, with all scheduled for court appearances Thursday.