County Police Serve Up A Pair Of Cuffs After Pizza Man Is Robbed

Gwinhurst – On Saturday, October 7, 2017, New Castle County Police Patrol Units were dispatched to the area of the unit block of West Holly Oak Drive for a pizza delivery driver who had been robbed at knife-point, according to police.

Officials said the driver reported that he had been sent to this unit block to deliver food. When he arrived he telephoned the suspect who had ordered the food and was told to wait a couple of minutes. The driver stated that a dark colored sedan approached and a white male suspect exited, said police. The white male suspect approached him and pulled out a knife and the ordered him to empty his pockets, according to authorities. The suspect then left in the dark sedan with an undisclosed amount of money and food.

After an extensive in-depth investigation, the New Castle County Police Patrol Units were able to establish Jonathon Saxe as a suspect, according to police. Jonathon was apprehended and charged with Robbery 1st , (Felony), Aggravated Menacing, (Felony), Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony, and Terroristic Threatening, (Misdemeanor).

Jonathon Saxe was arraigned and held in lieu of $41,100 secured bail.

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