Teens charged in pizza robbery
By Nick Hiltunen
Published in News on December 13, 2007 1:58 PM
Four area men face charges for luring a Domino's Pizza employee to an abandoned home and robbing her, a detective said.
Wayne County Sheriff's Detective Rick Farfour said four teen-agers and a juvenile made threats they would use a gun on the woman on Dec. 3.
Devon Lee Bennett, 19, and Anthony Dashaun Gibson, 18, of Sea Gull Place, Pikeville, Terrence Donelle Williams, 17, of Sandy Ridge Road, Marcus Hulon Daniels, 18, of Leslie Road, and an unnamed juvenile each face one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon, Farfour said.
The teens and juvenile ordered three pizzas to an abandoned home in the Rosewood community, police said.
Wearing masks, the five suspects robbed the pizza delivery woman, Farfour said.
She was not injured in the robbery, the detective said.
Some of the property stolen has since been returned to the victim, Farfour said.
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