Pizza hut driver is robbed during delivery in Smyrna
By Robert Petree

16-year-old Travonne Randolph and 15-year-old Taalibudeen Anderson
Two teens are arrested in connection with the robbery of a pizza delivery person in Smyrna.

Just before 6 p.m. Tuesday, Delaware State Police received a call from the manager of Pizza Hut, reporting that one of the delivery drivers had been robbed.

The investigation revealed the driver was delivering a pizza to the 100 block of Nita Drive, when 16-year-old Travonne Randolph and 15-year-old Taalibudeen Anderson, walked up to her wearing masks and pointing handguns. The duo took the pizza, $2.00 in cash and then fled.

Police were able to track the incident to a home in the unit block of Leena Lane. A search of the home was conducted and police were able to locate the pizza, money and the BB gun used in the robbery.

Both Randolph and Anderson were arrested and committed to Stevenson House on secured bonds.



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