A teenager from Greenwood used a handgun to rob a Subway in the Orange Grove community, police said.
No one was injured in the holdup about 8:10 p.m. Wednesday at the restaurant off U.S. 49 and Dedeaux Road, Police Sgt. Clayton Fulks said.
The teen used a gun to make a store clerk give him all the money in the register, Fulks said, then fled in a Chevrolet Impala.
Patrol officers stopped a Chevrolet Impala late Thursday night and arrested the driver, 18-year-old Kelton Lakarris Osborne of Greenwood, on a charge of armed robbery.
Justice Court Judge Brandon Ladner set a $200,000 bond and Osbourne was booked at the Harrison County jail early Friday morning.
While Osbourne was still behind bars on Monday, D'Iberville police arrested him on a misdemeanor shoplifting charge from a theft that police say occurred at Game Stop in January.
He's accused of stealing a $20 controller from the store at The Promenade shopping center, police said. His bond on the misdemeanor is $1,000.