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April 14 02:35 PM

Four arrested for robbing pizza delivery man

Four men are in custody following their alleged involvement in the robbery of a pizza delivery man last Friday evening, April 4.

Just after 6 p.m., Shreveport police were called to the 6300 block of South Inwood Road in reference to an armed robbery of an individual.

When officers arrived, the victim told them that while he was attempting to deliver a pizza to a home in the block, a male suspect armed with a handgun approached him and demanded his cell phone, cash and the pizza he was set to deliver.

The victim complied with the robber’s demands and was not injured. The suspect reportedly fled the scene on foot.

Shreveport police officers responding to the crime saturated the area in search of the suspect. During their probe, two men with alleged involvement in the rob bery were found along with a gun believed was used during the crime.

The two men, identified as Cecil Holden and Jerry Roy Lewis Jr., both 17, were detained by police and subsequently transported to Shreveport police headquarters for interviews with detectives.

The two suspects allegedly served as lookouts during the commission of the armed robbery. Holden and Lewis were charged with a single count each of princi pal to armed robbery. They were both booked into the Shreveport City Jail.

Following the arrests of Holden and Lewis, a third man, identified as 17-year-old Kelvin Henderson of the 4100 block of Inwood Road, was taken into custody after surrendering to authorities.

Henderson allegedly served as the gunman in the robbery and was subsequently charged with armed robbery with an additional charge of armed robbery with a firearm. He was booked into the Shreveport City Jail.

Authorities began searching for a fourth suspect in the crime.

Just after 9 p.m. that evening, Shreveport police officers responded to an apartment complex in the 6700 block of Buncombe Road in reference to reports that a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery was believed to be on the property.

When officers arrived, the suspect, 18-year-old Sir Kalton Brown, was spotted walking near an apartment building and was arrested on sight without incident and transported to Shreveport police headquarters.

Brown was the fourth suspect sought in connection with the robbery. Following interviews with investigators, he was taken to the Shreveport City Jail, where he was charged with principal to an armed robbery. 

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