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Top Stories of 2012: Pizza Delivery Driver Robbed At Gunpoint, Suspects Caught Later

Twinsburg Patch reviews its most read stories of the 2012.

Editor's Note: Twinsburg Patch is reviewing its top stories of 2012. These stories are either some of the top read of the year or some of the biggest overall stories of the year. This story is reprinted from earlier in the year.

Four people have been arrested and charged with robbing a pizza delivery driver at gunpoint on Aug. 16, according to the Twinsburg Police Department.

A Macedonia Marco's Pizza delivery driver was sent to a vacant house on Chamberlin Road where two men, one with a gun, took his GPS, iPhone and cash.

According to a press release, police arrested Eugene Vasser III, Frank Senvisky, Derrick Williams II and Nichole Thompson in connection with incident

Vasser, 20, of Van Oakes Drive in Twinsburg, was charged with one count of aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony. Vasser was arrested on July 14 for assault after police said he bit and hit his girlfriend. 

He was arraigned on Aug. 30 and his bond was set at $500,000.

Senvisky, 18, of Pinebark Place in Twinsburg, was charged with one count of aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony. Senvisky was arrested at his home on Aug. 30 and transported to the Twinsburg City Jail. He will be video arraigned in Stow Municipal Court Friday.

Williams, 21, of Akron, was charged with one count of aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony. Williams was arrested in Akron on Aug. 30 and transported to the Summit County Jail. He will be video arraigned in Stow Municipal Court Friday.

Thompson, 24, of Akron, was charged with one count of complicity to commit aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony. Thompson was arrested in Akron on Aug. 30 and transported to the Twinsburg City Jail. She will be video arraigned in Stow Municipal Court Friday.

Police said cell phone records and interviews of the subjects involved led to the arrests.

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