BELTON — A Bell County grand jury indicted two Killeen men accused of robbing a pizza delivery driver at gunpoint in August.
Kevin Donnell Williams Jr., 20, and Darquez L. Grindle, 17, were indicted Wednesday afternoon on felony charges of aggravated robbery.
According to an arrest affidavit, Williams, Grindle and a third youth robbed a Papa John’s Pizza delivery employee Aug. 18 in Killeen.
The driver told police he was delivering an order worth about $108 to an address in the 2600 block of Mason Drive in Killeen when approached by three men, one of whom had a gun.
The three men took his money, about $11, and his pizza before running back down the street, according to the arrest affidavit.
On Aug. 29, officers discovered evidence of the robbery, including a gun, insulated pizza bags and a receipt, while conducting a search in connection with a shooting that occurred Aug. 6, according to the affidavit.
When questioned by police, Grindle said Williams had the gun and pointed it at the victim and said “give me everything.” Grindle said he grabbed the pizza, the affidavit stated.
The third suspect in the robbery is a juvenile, the Bell County district attorney’s office said.
Both Williams and Grindle are currently in custody at the Bell County Jail, with bail set at $100,000 each.