Baker police nab three accused thieves in pizza delivery robbery
BAKER- Three people are behind bars after police say they robbed a Domino's Pizza delivery employee.
19-year-old Johnisha Wilson, 18-year-old Rondely Dunn Jr., and 24-year-old Cordell Tate robbed the man on January 22.
Authorities learned that Dunn and Tate planned the robbery. Dunn then contacted Wilson by phone at her home in Baton Rouge and told her about their intentions. That's when Wilson made a three way call to Dominoes Pizza.
Dunn gave the pizza chain a fake name and placed an order for food to be delivered to an abandoned residence in Baker. When the driver arrived, Dunn and Tate stole $25 cash, his iPhone, and $30 worth of pizza from him.
A witness saw Dunn with the Dominoes employee prior to the robbery.
Dunn was arrest today and confessed to the robbery. Detectives interviewed Tate and he also confessed. Tate also had the stolen phone with him from the robbery. Wilson was later arrested.
Dunn is booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison and charged with First Degree Robbery. Wilson was booked for being a principle to First Degree Robbery. Tate is charged with First Degree Robbery and being in possession of stolen items.
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