Two pizza delivery men are robbed

January 17, 1994

Two pizza delivery men were held up in separate incidents over the weekend in the Morris Hills section of Glen Burnie, county police said yesterday.

The first robbery occurred about 11:30 p.m. Saturday when James Jeffery, a driver for Domino's Pizza, was returning to his truck after making a delivery in the 200 block of Warfield Road.

A man armed with a long barreled hand gun jumped out from behind the truck and yelled, "You're nailed! Kick it out! Kick it all out," police said.

Mr. Jeffery dropped an undetermined amount of bills and change on the ground, got back in his truck and drove back to work to call police.

The second holdup occurred nearly three hours later.

Jeffery Fuller, a delivery man for Pepperoni Post, was getting out of his car in the 6400 block of Washington Road about 2:15 a.m. Sunday, police said.

A man armed with a handgun ran out of the nearby woods and ordered Mr. Fuller to turn over everything in his pockets.

Mr. Fuller gave up an undetermined amount of money, and the holdup man fled, police said.

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