Pizza Delivery is not as easy as it seems. Most of the time, drivers are at risk with robberies, especially at late night deliveries.
It is believed that these robberies are plotted by a team where in a woman calls to order then when the delivery arrives, a man sticks out his loaded gun to the delivery guy and then in a shock, a robbery has been made again! Fortunately, no man has been reported hurt or killed out of all the Pizza Robberies.
Just last Saturday, David Clark, a pizza delivery driver from Ashland Papa John’s, had experienced the same pattern from these pizza robbery crooks.
“I never had a gun pointed at me before, and I hope it never happens again," Clark said.
Two weeks before that and a week before that, Domino’s and Giovanni’s delivery drivers also experienced the same crime, from the same criminal team, proved as the same pattern had been used with the same phone number. And at arrival, these felonies would corner the delivery man in the streets, stealing everything even the pizza!
“He showed me his gun and made sure I knew there was one in the chamber,” Clark said.
Though this life traumatizing experience has shaken Clark, he says he will still continue delivering pizzas.
“I'm not going to let it change the way I do my business because I don't want him to win," Clark said. "I don't want it to change my life.”
Today, managers are making cautious efforts to increase safety with their employees, detective squads persist on investigating to stop these crimes and conveniently, pizzas are still delivered!