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Teens charged with armed robbery for driver holdup
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Four Richmond Hill teenagers were arrested Monday night and charged with armed robbery. They are accused of robbing a Domino’s delivery driver outside a residence on Blue Heron Court in the Piercefield Forest subdivision.

Anje Vincent, 18, Ryan Smoot, 17, Shawn Larson, 17, and Jared Holland, 18 – all Richmond Hill residents – remained incarcerated and facing charges at Bryan County Jail as of Tuesday afternoon.

According to the police report, Smoot ordered a pizza to be delivered to his Blue Heron Court home Monday evening.

The Domino’s employee delivered the pizza and was confronted by Holland, who allegedly had his face covered by a bandana and was pointing a small caliber pistol toward him.

Holland reportedly told the driver "are you going to give the money or what," before ordering him to throw the money, around $50 – along with some delivery receipts, on the ground.

Police say Vincent and Larson were co-conspirators in the robbery. All four were caught, within an hour of the robbery, after their vehicle, which was described by the victim, was pulled over in the city.

RHPD Cpl. Susan Willis said the Domino’s receipts and the bandana were among the items found in the vehicle.

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