Alleged Delivery Driver Robber Arrested

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Updated: 6/03/2013 7:27 am
Police arrested a man they said held up two delivery drivers in Lexington.

Jamal Johnson, 19, is charged with two counts of robbery.

According to court documents, Johnson admitted to robbing a Dominoes Pizza delivery driver on May 24th.

Documents also said Johnson confessed to trying to rob a China Hut delivery driver last Monday.

That driver was making a delivery at some apartments on Devonport Driver when he said two men approached him. He said one had a gun.

Police said the deliveryman wrestled with the men, and a shot was fired into a breezeway where it hit a wall.

The driver then pulled out his own gun, and officers said the two men ran off.

Johnson is scheduled to be arraigned Monday.
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