EAST STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – Two suspects in the murder of a pizza delivery driver at East Stroudsburg University are facing more charges stemming from other crimes on campus.

Last December, state police say Israel Berrios, 17, admitted to luring Domino’s driver Richard Labar to a fake address, then shooting and robbing him. Berrios is now accused of robbing another man two months before the murder. Court papers show Berrios assaulted the victim as he was walking on campus and held him at knife-point. Police say Berrios admitted to stealing money from the victim’s wallet to buy drugs.

Salvador Roberts, 21, is accused of driving the getaway car the night the Domino’s delivery driver was murdered. Now, state police say he stole a laptop and other electronics from an East Stroudsburg University student’s dorm room. Troopers say it happened a month before the murder.

Both Berrios and Roberts were video arraigned Thursday morning.

They remain behind bars in Monroe County.