Pizza delivery driver robbers headed to prison

 
Feb. 19, 2003

LAKELAND, Ill. -- Two men received prison terms on Feb. 17 for robbing pizza delivery drivers at knife-point.

According to The Ledger, Lakeland police arrested Christopher Lamar Wallace and Rodney Antonio Simmons, both 20, in July on three counts of armed robbery.

Both men told police they used knives to rob delivery drivers from Papa John's and Domino's Pizza.

Wallace pleaded guilty Feb. 12 to three counts of robbery with a deadly weapon, and received a sentence of nine years, nine months in state prison, plus three years' probation.

Simmons pleaded guilty to two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon, one count of burglary of a structure and one count of armed robbery with a deadly weapon. He received a 14-year prison sentence for his crimes.


Topics: Crime


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