Clayton teens charged with robbing pizza delivery driver
Posted May 15, 2012
Clayton, N.C. — Two Clayton teenagers who live on the same street have been charged with robbing a pizza delivery driver in April.
Clayton police said that two men armed with a rifle stole two pizzas from a driver for 3 Olives Pizza and Deli who was making a delivery on Mial Street on April 18.
Police arrested Alexander Dayquan Means, 16, of 225 Dogwood Ave., May 8 and Robert Dijon Morrisey, 18, of 210 Dogwood Ave., last Friday on charges of robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon.
Garner police also served Means with outstanding warrants for similar charges.
Both suspects were placed in the Johnston County jail under separate $100,000 secured bonds.