Pizza Delivery

Crime
2:53 pm
Thu January 20, 2011

16-year-old to stand trial as an adult in pizza delivery robbery

Terance Cornell Irons (St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department)

A St. Louis teenager has been certified to stand trial as an adult for allegedly driving a van at officers, then pointing a gun at them.

The officers responded by shooting the suspect, 16-year-old Terance Cornell Irons. He is recovering from his wounds and now faces two counts of assault on a law enforcement officer.

Irons does not yet have an attorney.

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Crime
4:32 pm
Thu December 2, 2010

St. Louis police shoot, wound suspected "pizza robbers"

(Flickr Creative Commons User essygie)

One of the young men, a 16-year-old, was treated for minor wounds before being taken to the Juvenile Building. A 23-year-old man was arrested while police were investigating the robberies.

The incident began around 10:50 Wednesday night, when two men held up a driver attempting to make a pizza delivery in the 4600 block of Michigan. They escaped in a getaway car parked in a nearby alley and driven by a third suspect.

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