Defendant Bragged of Violent Robbery of Pizza Delivery Driver in Cellphone Video

The defendants were just 13, 14, and 16 years old when prosecutors said they violently armed robbed two pizza delivery drivers in separate crimes. Now the three Georgia teenagers, who the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office said are members of a prominent street gang, will have to spend serious time behind bars.

On Tuesday, 16-year-old De’Quandre Weaver, 18-year-old Tyyneefah Wells, and 15-year-old Anthony Cleveland, learned their fate in court for the crimes that occurred in 2017. Prosecutors said that on July 6 of that year, Wells called Marco’s Pizza in College Park to have them deliver food to an abandoned house on Smoke Ridge Drive. When the driver arrived, prosecutors said he was attacked by Wells and then-14-year-old Weaver.

As the delivery driver tried to get away, he was shot in the arm, hip, and groin. Though critically wounded, he managed to escape in his car when the teens left the scene. It was cell phone video captured by Weaver after the shooting that gave authorities more insight on what happened that night. The video, which contains graphic language….

- Sponsors -

Stay Updated

Get critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.