Two arrested for allegedly robbing pizza delivery drivers

By WEEK Producer

Two arrested for allegedly robbing pizza delivery drivers

August 24, 2012 Updated Aug 24, 2012 at 3:46 PM CDT

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. -- Bloomington authorities have taken two suspects into custody for allegedly robbing pizza delivery drivers.

Twenty-one-year-old Tenema Williams, of Normal, and a juvenile male have been arrested on 2 counts of robbery each.

Authorities say the two were possibly involved in two recent robberies in which pizza delivery drivers were called to addresses in Bloomington and approached by a female who acted as if she were going to pay for the delivery. However, the drivers were jumped by two black males in one case and four black males in the other.

According to police, there are more arrests expected.

These cases, as well as another similar one that occurred in June are still under investigation.

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