Killeen police have charged four men with committing a string of robberies of local pizza delivery employees.
Christopher Teon Fults, Cordell Rawshawn Jones, Roosevelt Jones IV and Kevonta Dewayne Reynolds were arraigned by Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke Aug. 16 on felony charges of conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery.
The four men are accused of being responsible for a series of 10 robberies of pizza delivery employees over the last six months.
According to arrest reports, the group would call in an order for delivery, then hold up the employee while brandishing a handgun and pepper spray.
After police began investigating, several local pizza delivery businesses began keeping phone numbers that were used in the robberies, the reports stated. On Aug. 14, a Domino’s employee reported to police that someone had called in an order using the numbers.
Police then responded to the 600 block of Bellaire Drive, where they observed four men walking down the street, then retreating to a vehicle after spotting officers. Inside the vehicle, police found a loaded handgun and package material for pepper spray, according to the arrest report.
When questioned by police, one of the four men admitted that when the group called for pizza, they planned to rob the person who delivered it “nine out of 10 times.”
Bail for the four men was set at $100,000 each.