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Stupid Case File for January 4, 2006

A man apparently looking for free lunch was arrested for allegedly assaulting a pizza delivery man.

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A man apparently looking for free lunch was arrested for allegedly assaulting a pizza delivery man.

Police say Virgil Dennis ordered three pies from Pizza Hut at lunchtime Tuesday and gave the address of a vacant apartment downstairs from his own. When the driver arrived, authorities say 22-year-old Dennis pressed a knife against the delivery man's neck and demanded the pizzas.

The crime was reported and police traced the number Dennis provided Pizza Hut to an apartment two floors up from the one where the pies were delivered. When officers arrived there, they said a young man and woman opened the door, holding a small girl who was eating a slice of pizza.

"That was our first clue," said Officer George Springer.

Officers said they found Dennis hiding in the bathroom. While police waited for an officer to return with the delivery driver to identify his assailant, Dennis bolted from the apartment barefoot, handcuffs still dangling on one wrist.

"This guy jumps across about six different balconies, and scales down to the second floor," said Officer Darin Snapp.

After a brief struggle in the parking lot, police got him under control, and the driver identified Dennis as the thief.

Jackson County prosecutors charged Dennis with first-degree robbery and armed criminal action. Police returned the uneaten slices to Pizza Hut.


6 Comments:

Blogger Online Degree said...

I feel bad for the little girl who didn't get to finish her pizza.... not that I am saying the man was justified in doing what he did. Definitely not the brightest ways to get a pizza.

January 10, 2006 5:29 PM  
Blogger Reverend Steve said...

If that guy keeps ordering Pizza Hut, he wont be jumping across or scaling down anything fairly soon. I think each slice is something like 3000 calories...

January 10, 2006 5:49 PM  
Blogger Barbara said...

maybe he figured running up & down the stairs would burn off the Pizza Hut stuff?

http://crimesucks.blogspot.com

January 10, 2006 9:01 PM  
Blogger mel said...

Must have been hungry. Pizza Hut is good pizza but not worth all that. Make your own! haha. Mel.

January 11, 2006 9:30 PM  
Blogger SJ said...

Hope Hut didn't "recommission" the leftover pizzas returned to them!

January 17, 2006 3:09 AM  
Blogger rabbitx said...

Criminals, getting caught lol. Yes sometimes in the most funniest ways.

January 19, 2006 10:23 AM  

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