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Boy named ‘Cheese’ robs pizza delivery guy of 2 pies at gunpoint

By Mason White 6:38 PM January 30, 2017
Sheldon Cheese
By: Tanya Clark

A teenager was arrested and charged as an adult after robbing a pizza delivery guy.

17-year-old Sheldon Cheese of Pennsylvania, is facing felony charges after robbing the pizza delivery driver at gunpoint.

Cheese, who lives in York, was identified as the suspect after he left his wallet and identification card in a friend’s car.

Police said that Cheese knocked on the pizza delivery driver’s window, and when the victim got out of his car, the accomplice, Logan Alexander, 18, pointed a gun.

The victim, whose name was not released, handed the 2 pizza pies along with $25 over to Cheese and his friend, and the two fled, police said.

Alexander’s car was near the scene of the robbery. Police waited for him, and when Alexander eventually returned to the car, he allowed officers to search it.

There they found the wallet that belonged to Cheese.

When Cheese was brought in for questioning, the delivery driver identified him as one of the suspects who robbed him, according to the affidavit.

The York County District Attorney’s Office said that because Cheese was charged with felony robbery and conspiracy charges, the law requires him to be charged as an adult.

Cheese is being held in the York County jail on $75,000 bond.

Bail for Alexander was set at $50,000. He faces additional charges corruption of minors.