Four teenage girls shoot Pizza Hut driver with stun gun and steal pizza pies

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By: Tanya Malhotra

Four teenagers are facing charges after they decided to get food without paying for it.

The group of teenagers of Oregon, used a stun gun on a Pizza Hut driver and escaped with pizza pies on Friday morning, according to Gresham police.

The driver told police that he was delivering pizza pies to an apartment complex on Northeast 170th Place and Halsey Street, when he was approached from behind.

He was shot with the stun gun, which caused him to drop the boxes. The teenage girls then grabbed the food and ran to a nearby building.

The driver was not injured during the incident that occurred at about 12:20 a.m.

Officers located the four teenage girls, three of whom are 17 years old and one who is 18.

They were found in an apartment along with the boxes of fresh Pizza Hut food that they stole and a stun gun.

Police said the teens placed the pizza order, but they gave the address to the apartment complex next to theirs.

Police arrested 17-year-old Erionna Patten, because she allegedly used the stun gun during the attack. She was charged with robbery.

Police are considering charges against the other three teenagers.