Man Arrested and Charged for Threatening Pizza Delivery Driver with Gun
Anchorage Police Department
January 2, 2014
Contact: Jennifer Castro
APD Public Information Officer
Subject: Man Arrested and Charged for Threatening Pizza Delivery Driver with Gun
Update at 12:30 p.m.
Anchorage Police have arrested and charged 23-year-old Keng Lor, suspected of pointing a gun at and threatening a pizza delivery driver at a residence early this morning. Lor has been charged with two counts of Assault in the third degree and once count of Misconduct Involving Weapons in the fourth degree.
At 6:18 a.m. APD Dispatch received a call by a pizza delivery driver who reported that he had been threatened with a gun while delivery pizza to a residence located on the 3300 block of Boniface Parkway. Police responded to the residence and found in their initial investigation that while the delivery driver was delivering pizza to the residence, a male occupant inside the home pointed a gun at the driver and threatened him. The delivery driver was able to leave the residence without injury. Police have taken the suspect into custody, but charges have not been filed at this time.
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