A Domino’s Pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint last week by two unknown assailants, according to a report from Thomaston Police Department.
The female driver was dispatched to 420 4th Avenue SE to deliver food, but no one answered the door to receive the delivery, she said. As she sat in her car after notifying her manager, a black male approached and placed a gun to the back of her neck, according to the report.
The suspect snatched approximately $100 and a cell phone from her hand, told her to look away, and asked if she had any more money, she said. The male then leaned into her car and reached into the center console, where he took another $300 in cash.
A second black male opened the front passenger door and removed the pizza and a two-liter bottle of lemonade, the victim stated.
Using a location app, two officers found the phone and case in a back alley directly behind 308 4th Avenue, and located a $20 bill on the road in front of 209 C Street. Later that day, another $14 in cash was located directly in front of 208 C Street, according to the report.
The suspects face charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm during commission of a crime.
There also was a burglary reported at Southern Villas on East County Road in which $1,350 worth of outdoor equipment was stolen. Among items listed were an edger, handheld blower, air tank, hedge trimmers, fertilizer spreader, weed eater, string trimmer, and hedge trimmer. No arrests were made.
Unrelated arrests and charges reported by TPD include the following:
Christopher Lamar Green, three counts of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during commission of a crime;
Luther Vandross Tamplin of Avenue F, felony fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer;
Catherine Rutherford of Turkey Creek Road, aggravated assault;
Rhonda Rena Colbert of East Thompson Street, theft by receiving stolen property and three counts of financial transaction card fraud;
Michael James Thompson of McGrath Road, theft by receiving stolen property;
Richard Bradley Guy, possession of a Schedule I controlled substance;
Eugene DeVito of Ingram Road, felony driving while license suspended or revoked, along with multiple misdemeanor traffic charges.
Recent arrests and charges reported by the office of Upson County Sheriff Dan Kilgore include the following:
Jercedes DeAngelo Jones, aggravated assault;
Victoria Katelin Cheeks, three counts of illegal possession of a controlled substance;
Jessica Nicole Chapman, forgery in the first degree and financial identity fraud;
Joseph Allan Mason, felony probation violation.