Man uses stun gun in Uniontown pizza robbery
A pizza delivery driver told Uniontown police a man threatened her with a stun gun when she tried to deliver a pizza.
The woman told police she was delivering a pizza to a Farragut Street residence at 8:49 p.m. Saturday when she encountered a group of men in a nearby parking lot, according to a city police report.
One of them approached the driver, “zapped” the stun gun at her and demanded she give him the pizza, police said. The driver immediately drove away the area, but the man followed her for a short distance.
Police who went to the Farragut Street residence found it to be abandoned.
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