Four arrested after pizza delivery robbery
SELMA — A Selma pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday night by two men.
The robbery occurred in the 2900 block of Earl Goodwin Parkway at 10:30 p.m. by two males who pointed a handgun at the driver.
The two demanded his properties, totaling $85, two pizzas and the driver’s personal cell phone. The suspects then fled the scene, but the victim was able to give police a description of the car.
Police then located the car in the 2600 block of Citizens Parkway and recovered the stolen items and four handguns from the vehicle.
Four people, all Selma residents, have been charged for this incident.
Ken Prevo, 20, 121 Cumming Circle Apartment 1; Curtis Harvell, 19, 3507 Moore Ferry Road; Brian Rankin, 23, 910 Churchill Drive; and Jamardia Smith, 20, 2616 Tipton St., have all been taken to the Dallas County jail with a $120,000 bond per person.
Each are charged with 10 counts of robbery because the driver was robbed of personal property and the establishment also was robbed of its property.