Police captured a teenager named as an “armed and dangerous” suspect in the shooting and robbery of a pizza delivery worker in early October.
Charlie Ivery, 17, took out a handgun when the courier asked for payment upon delivering pizzas, bread sticks and hot wings to 4016 Shelley St. around 11:15 p.m. on Oct. 1., according to a Baton Rouge Police affidavit of probable cause.
Ivery, along with two other teenagers, tried to muscle their way inside the Domino’s Pizza deliverer’s vehicle, causing a struggle, the document said. The triggered gun by one of Ivery’s accomplices — whose name was blacked out on the affidavit — sent a bullet through the 20-year-old courier’s arm and out of her chest. The three teens then ran away with the food, the document says.
The deliverer’s injuries were not life-threatening, said Baton Rouge Police Cpl. L’Jean McKneely.
A 15-year-old boy was arrested Oct. 9 in the case, facing a count of attempted first-degree murder and armed robbery. A second teen, Kendell Allen, 17, was taken into custody on Oct. 15 on the same counts.
Ivery, arrested Friday, remains in jail in lieu of $250,000 bond on counts of armed robbery, attempted first-degree murder and illegal carrying of a weapon.