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Teen arrested for pizza delivery robbery in Rockdale, another suspect at large
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CONYERS - Rockdale County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a suspect who allegedly stole pizzas and cash from a pizza delivery person Saturday night.

Marquise Glover, 17, is being charged with robbery for allegedly assisting another unknown suspect in taking the $65 pizza order without paying for it around 11:30 p.m. that night.

The 19-year-old victim works for Papa Johns, and he had a delivery to make at 963 Northridge Drive. He told police he noticed all the lights were out in the residence as he approached the house.

The two suspects came out of the house and stated that they were waiting for their uncle to return with the money. Then, the victim told police one suspect got behind him and "wrapped his hand around his neck telling him to give up the pizza," according to the deputy's report.

The male victim gave them the pizzas and the $20 he had in his pocket.

About one hour after the incident, deputies found Glover at his mother's Conyers residence. Glover was hiding underneath a sheet with a box of the stolen pizza, says RCSO Cpl. Michael Camp.

Glover is currently in the Rockdale County Jail with an $8,000 bond.

The other unknown suspect is still at-large. According to the report, he is described as a black male, approximately 5-feet and 11-inches tall, weighing about 145 pounds and has hair that's shoulder length.