Police have named two new suspects in the Oct. 1 armed robbery of a pizza delivery employee.
Charlie Ivery, 17, and Kendell Allen, also 17, are wanted in the shooting of a 20-year-old Domino’s Pizza delivery employee at 11:15 p.m. at 4016 Shelley St., a Baton Rouge Police news release says.
The two teenagers, with help from a 15-year-old boy police arrested Friday, attacked the pizza delivery employee, forcing their way inside the employee’s vehicle. The employee resisted and was shot in the arm during the struggle, after which the teens ran away with the food that was meant to be delivered.
Ivery, 3457 Shelley St., and Allen, 4444 St. Gerard Ave., are wanted each on a count of attempted first-degree murder and armed robbery, Baton Rouge Police spokesperson L’Jean McKneely said.
These suspects should be considered armed and dangerous, the release says.