Police: Men arrested after injuring, robbing pizza delivery driver
Three men were arrested in Cleveland, Tenn., after they allegedly robbed a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver Friday night.
Police responded to a call about an aggravated robbery in the 3700 block of Stephens Road at 8:45 p.m., according to a release from the Cleveland Police Department.
A tenant of the apartments there said the victim, the delivery driver, was unconscious with minor injuries. When police arrived, the victim said a handgun, knife and some pizzas were stolen by the suspects.
Officers learned the suspects were in a nearby apartment. The Cleveland Police Department’s SWAT team was called to the scene and two individuals exited the apartment soon after.
The individuals gave consent to search the apartment and several more people were found inside, along with the stolen gun, knife and pizzas.
Kevin Bowens, 18; Matthew Garman, 19; and Marques Jimerson, 22, were all arrested and charged with aggravated robbery and criminal conspiracy.