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Police: Tulsa Teens Order Pizza, Assault & Rob Delivery Driver

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Two Tulsa teens are charged with robbery after ordering a pizza, then assaulting the delivery driver, stealing his possessions and the pizza.

According to a booking report, the pizza delivery driver told police he was delivering a pizza to an area in the 6200 block of S. Utica around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday when he was attacked and robbed.

One suspect hit him in the back of the head with something, and when he turned around to see what it was, he was hit again in the face, which resulted in "profuse bleeding," the report said.

The suspects then went through the driver's pockets, stole his things and the pizza and took off.

Police were able to track the phone number that was used to order the pizza to 18-year-old John Shoals.

He was found at the Arbors Apartments with his friend James Hall and according to police, that's where they also found the hot boxes for the pizza, along with the victim's wallet, cell phone and a gun.

During an interview with police, both admitted to their roles in the robbery, the report stated.

Shoals is charged with robbery with a deadly weapon and jailed on a $50,000 bond.


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