AUGUSTA — Police arrested a transient man for allegedly robbing a CVS Pharmacy on Capitol Street last month.

Daniel Lee Nelson, 31, was arrested in Gardiner Thursday and charged with the Nov. 17 robbery of the pharmacy. He is expected to be brought before a judge today in Augusta District Court via video link from the jail.

Augusta Police said it does not appear Nelson, whom they said refused to cooperate with the investigation, is responsible for another robbery at the Capitol Street CVS which occured Nov. 28.

Augusta detectives were assisted by the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office and Gardiner Police in the investigation.

Nelson is being held at Kennebec County jail without bail, according to police.

The day of the Nov. 17 robbery, Augusta Police Lt. Christopher Massey said a lone robber threatened an employee at the pharmacy counter “and as a result of the threat was given Oxycodone pills.”

No weapon was displayed and no one was injured, police said. The robber, who wore a dark hooded sweatshirt, dark pants and dark face paint, fled on foot.