Teen named 'Cheese' suspected in pizza theft

By Daniel Uria  |  Jan. 31, 2017 at 10:25 AM
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Jan. 31 (UPI) -- A teen in Pennsylvania with the last name Cheese was one of two people suspected in a pizza delivery theft.

Sheldon Isaiah Cheese, 17, of York and Logan Matthew Alexander, 18, of Littlestown allegedly robbed a man while he was delivering pizzas on Jan. 24, according to The Evening Sun.

Police said Cheese knocked on the delivery driver's window while Alexander stood behind the car and pointed a gun at the man.

The man gave Cheese and Alexander $25 and two pizzas before they fled into a nearby wooded area, according to Penn Live.

Police located Alexander's vehicle near the scene with Cheese's ID inside and the victim was able to identify Cheese as one of the suspects.

Law required Cheese to be tried as an adult due to the nature of the crime and he was held in a county prison with $75,000 bail on Jan. 26.

Alexander was taken to York County prison on Jan. 25 and held with a $50,000 bail.

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