It’s not clear if the suspects were hungry, but court records show two men robbed a pizza delivery guy with a cell phone posed as a gun.
The men were booked in jail Wednesday for the robbery that took place in January in Kennedy Heights. Ayinde Hiett, 19, and Carshawn Jackson, 18, were booked in the Hamilton County Jail.
Police said Heitt admitted to attempting to pay a pizza delivery driver with a counterfeit $100 bill.
Court documents show the pizza guy wasn’t going for it and that’s when police claim Jackson pressed his cell phone against the back of the victim robbing him of money and food.
The complaint reads, “The victim believed the gun was real and no gun was ever seen or recovered to prove or disprove Hiett and Jackson’s confession that it was a cell phone."
Police tell FOX19 NOW that two other arrests are pending and both suspects are juveniles.
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