Charleston County investigators tracked down a teenager accused of robbing and shooting at a pizza delivery driver last month through the phone he used to place the order.
Shortly before midnight Nov. 10, the 42-year-old Domino’s driver told Charleston County deputies he was trying to deliver a pizza on Dills Bluff Road when he couldn’t find the address and called the man who had placed the order, according to the incident report. The driver said the man told him he would meet him outside on Dills Bluff Road.
The driver spotted a man in a dark hoodie at Dills Bluff and Williams roads and got out of the car to hand him the pizza. That’s when the man fired at his head and demanded he empty his pockets, according to the report. The driver said the man left with the pizza and $300.
The driver said he had a personal dash camera that recorded the incident. He also gave deputies the number of the man who called him and said he could tell it was the same man who robbed him.
A detective tracked down the cellphone to a Charleston address. A woman told him her son used the phone, according to the arrest affidavit. She also told the detective she remembered her son coming home with a Domino’s pizza shortly before midnight a couple weeks earlier and telling her he had bought it. When detectives confronted the son, he confessed to the robbery, according to the affidavit.
Keon Daunte Moore, 17, of Allway Street in Charleston was charged Wednesday with armed robbery, attempted murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.
He was being held in the Charleston County jail with no bail set Thursday afternoon.
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