Man charged with robbing pizza deliveryman in Chesterfield Township

Police say deliveryman picked out suspect from lineup

By Halston Herrera - Digital news editor
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CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. - An arrest has been made in the robbery of a pizza delivery man in Chesterfield Township.

Davion Martell Calvin, 21, of Warren is facing armed robbery and felony firearm charges for the incident last week.

Police said a Hungry Howie's deliveryman was making a delivery at the Aspen Creek apartment complex when the address turned out to be bogus.

The driver called back the number that had placed the order and was told to meet in the parking lot. That's when, police said, the driver was approached by Calvin and robbed at gunpoint.

The delivery driver wasn't hurt.

Police said their investigation led them to search an apartment in the same complex and they discovered a semi-automatic handgun and other evidence of the robbery.

Police said the driver also identified Calvin in a lineup as the one who had robbed him.

Calvin is being held on a $10,000 bond.

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