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Pizza delivery driver kills 16-year-old boy who tried to rob him at gunpoint

By Mason White 2:32 PM May 9, 2017
Domino’s pizza delivery (illustration)
Domino’s pizza delivery (illustration)
By: Tanya Clark

(Scroll down for video) A teenage boy picked the wrong person for a robbery and ended up getting killed, according to police in Texas.

Mesquite police said that they are questioning the Domino’s Pizza delivery driver after he shot and killed the 16-year-old would be robber.

The driver told police that when he arrived at the home located on the 1400 block of Springwood Drive, he noticed that it was vacant.

When he entered the home on Saturday night, 16-year-old Wayne Delaney Osborne and his friend, also 16, pulled out a weapon and tried to rob the pizza delivery driver.

One of the teens then fired a shot in the direction of the delivery person. The driver was armed and he fired back at the teens, hitting Osborne.

Both teens then fled from the scene. The pizza delivery driver called police, and Osborne was located nearby. He was rushed to the hospital, where he later died.

Osborne’s 16-year-old friend was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery.

Police said that there were several robberies on pizza delivery drivers recently, and all of them might be connected to the two teens.

The pizza delivery driver who shot the teen had a gun license from Arizona, which is honored in Texas. A grand jury will decide whether to charge the pizza delivery driver with a crime.