'Armed, dangerous' suspects named in pizza robbery
BATON ROUGE - Police released the names of two people wanted in connection with the armed robbery and shooting of a pizza delivery driver recently in Baton Rouge.
Cpl. L'Jean McKneely said 17-year-old Charlie Ivery and 17-year-old Kendell Allen are wanted for attempted first degree murder and armed robbery. McKneely said both should be considered armed and dangerous.
BRPD said on Oct. 1 Ivery, Allen and a 15-year-old juvenile tried to force their way into a pizza delivery driver's vehicle in the 4000 block of Shelley Street. Detectives said the driver fought back and was shot in the arm before the three attackers grabbed the food she was delivering and ran off.
Police said on Oct. 9 tips called in by the public led them to arrest the 15-year-old believed to have been part of the robbery crew. Warrants for Ivery and Allen's arrests were issued Thursday.
Anyone with information as to there whereabouts should call Baton Rouge Police Detective Doug Barron at (225) 317-1704.
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