Daytona Beach pizza delivery man shocked with stun gun during robbery

Customer arrested, charged with attempted robbery

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Police have arrested a man they say shocked a Papa Johns pizza delivery man with a stun gun in an attempt to steal $26 worth of pizza in Daytona Beach.

Christopher Dondre Collins, 19, has been charged with attempted robbery with a weapon in the incident.

According to deputies, the worker went to deliver an order totaling $26 to a house on Halifax Avenue at around 10 p.m. Monday and it appeared no one was home so he called the customer. The customer, later identified as Collins, told the man he gave the worker the wrong unit number and would walk out the delivery man.

Collins, who told the worker he was a Bethune Cookman student, then shocked the delivery man in the stomach with a stun gun and tried to grab the two pizzas. The delivery man grabbed back the pizzas and Collins ran away.

Collins was tracked back to the an apartment in Seabreeze Boulevard when he was arrested.

The delivery man is expected to be OK.

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