On January 11, a robbery suspect put a gun to the head of a DeKalb County, Georgia pizza delivery woman, ordered her to the ground, and got shot in the face when the woman pulled her own gun in self-defense.
According to Channel 2 Action News, police found the suspect–24-year-old Donquaz Devon Stevenson–“nearby with a gunshot wound to his face.” He “was arrested and charged with armed robbery.”
A second, “unidentified” suspect is now being sought. This suspect allegedly fled the scene in a “silver 2000 Honda Accord” when the police delivery woman pulled her gun and fired at the first suspect.
The delivery woman was not injured but is concerned that she may be punished by Papa John’s because she “carried… a gun for protection.”
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