Pizza delivery man stabs customer
GLENDORA — A Domino’s Pizza delivery man stabbed a customer after arguing over a late order, according to police.
Michael Charles Parker (31) of Glendora, California, was arrested for allegedly stabbing the 20-year-old victim after what police described as “an altercation … over the extended delay of a pizza delivery.”
The victim received non-life-threatening injuries to his wrist and neck during the incident in Covina, California, at around 11:30 p.m. Saturday. He was transported to a local trauma center, according to a statement from the Covina Police Department.
Officers contacted Parker at the pizza shop where he worked.
He was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, booked, and released after he posted bail of $30 000. He is set to be arraigned on 21 March 2016.