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Three guys called for a pizza delivery to a vacant house...
Waited for the delivery guy to rob him...
Picked the wrong victim!
I love a story with a happy ending.
It could be worse!
Both of my Sons delivered Pizza when they were in school.
I am so glad they survived that period of their lives and found something much better.
The stories they would tell me made me want to ride along with my Shotgun for protection.
Tuff way to make a living!
Glad to hear this one ended well.
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Beautiful. Just the way it should be. And the delivery guy is smart enough not to be giving the media quotes.
Isn't that how Richard Davis of Second Chance got started?
At least he worked for a small place with no anti-defense policies and presumably still has a job.
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Hey, a catered wake... how efficient!
And yes, that's how Rich Davis got the inspiration for his soft body armor.
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The last paragraph says a lot........
"The delivery guy did have a permit to carry a concealed weapon. He wasn't available for comment, but another driver told us it's all part of the job. A lot of drivers are armed for their own safety."
Bravo Zulu on our driver for making it home alive after his shift.....AND a HUGE BZ to the Pizza Shop's owner for backing his employees up!
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I used to live in Detroit back in the early 1990's, it was bad enough then and it's much worse now. No way would I deliver pizza anywhere south of 8 Mile.
I delivered pizza for awhile out of high school. There are some really strange peopleand dangerous people in the world. Looking back on it I would never do that job again. My hats off the the delivery driver for protecting himself and coming home safe.
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wow finally a good story about a pizza driver!!!
I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I expect the same from them. -- John Wayne as John B. Books in "The Shootist"
Well, he had some pizza to eat while waiting for the police to show up.
Everyone wants good examples of how a CCH actually helped stop crime or prevent it. I think this needs to be saved as a prime example.
Now the other two go down for murder.
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About 23-25 years ago I had next door neighbors who seemed OK but they had two older teens or perhaps the "boys" were younger adults; 18-20. One day a bike was stolen from my garage and though I couldn't be certain, I was fairly sure they were the ones. We moved. Shortly after we moved the two were arrested for attacking a pizza delivery driver and stealing his small amount of cash. Dummies, their dad worked hard and seemed a decent enough man. They weren't living in a slum.
There was a kid across the street on the same block who seemed OK. I liked him. I let him play with my kid. He was in our house many times. After we moved he was arrested for armed robbery of a Taco Bell. I couldn't believe it.
I guess the message is that not only is delivering pizza dangerous, but you just don't know your neighbors. I knew we weren't exactly on the nicest block in the neighborhood, but never expected that sort of thing from the young men who lived there.
Glad this pizza driver came out on top.
I worked for Tom Monaghan in the 60's in one of his original DomiNick's Pizza shops in Ypsilanti, MI.
I was a college freshman, and Mr. Monaghan often talked of being a national chain...I was 18 years old, didn't believe a word of it.
Proverbs 27:12 says: “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”
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Good that the delivery guy was able to defend himself against sub-human garbage that probably would have taken his life over a few dollars and some pizza.
Could be that after a few more "pizza deliveries" like this, some of the would-be robbers may think twice before they attempt it.
It may not stop it completely but will narrow down the thoughts of the thug to "If I try to rob the pizza guy, will he shoot and kill me?"
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That is actually one of the most dangerous jobs in the U.S. these days.
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