A 17-year-old from Aberdeen, along with two others, has been accused of using an unknown weapon to rob a Bel Air pizza delivery driver, according to charging documents.
Travis Cooper Miller, of the 100 block of West Inca Street, allegedly robbed a Domino's Pizza driver of money and a pizza on Saturday, according to a report made to Bel Air Police at 11:31 p.m.
Two others - Jesse Stone Bodden, 20, of the 800 block of Hayden Way, and Matthew Joseph Humphries, 19, of the 3900 block of Love Avenue in Edgewood - were also charged with being in the car in which Miller allegedly escaped, according to the statement of charges.
The pizza delivery driver told police he had gone to a home in the 800 block of Hayden Way to deliver an order from someone claiming to be at that address, according to the statement.
When he arrived, Miller ran toward his vehicle, said he was the one who ordered the pizza and asked the driver to exit the car and walk with him toward an intersection, according to the statement.
The driver refused to leave the car, but agreed to meet him at the intersection. The driver then saw Miller pocket an unknown object that he picked up from a porch in the 700 block of Hayden Court, according to the statement.
When the driver walked to the front yard of the agreed-upon address to deliver the pizza, Miller approached the driver and allegedly pointed the unknown object at him.
He allegedly demanded the pizza and whatever money the driver had, which the driver gave him.
Miller then allegedly ran toward a black car with other occupants who drove him away, according to the statement.
The identified car was found at 11:54 p.m. that day, speeding north on the Bel Air Bypass with expired registration plates.
The sheriff's deputy ordered the driver to stop and arrested Miller, Bodden and Humphries. Pizza and other food boxes were found in the car.
At the Harford County Detention Center, Miller told a detective he was the one who robbed the driver, according to the statement. Bodden said he had placed the call to Domino's.
An assistant state's attorney said at a bail review Monday that Miller has a two-page juvenile police record and she has never seen "something so outrageous" from someone so young.
He was charged with armed robbery and robbery, and he was ordered held without bail by Harford County District Court Judge Susan Hazlett.
Humphries was ordered held on $50,000 bail and Bodden on $75,000 bail. Both were charged with accessory charges and conspiracy to commit robbery.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun