Two arrests made in Kissimmee robbery of pizza man

Investigation continues for third suspect

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Kissimmee, Fla. - Kissimmee police detectives arrested two people on Friday for their part in a robbery of pizza delivery man.

According to the Kissimmee Police Department, at approximately 3:30 p.m. on December 21, 2012, police officers responded to 2030 Cascades Blvd., unit 307 in reference to an armed robbery of a Domino's Pizza delivery person.

The victim told officers he received a delivery order to go to 2030 Cascades Blvd., unit 304 and when he arrived at the location he was directed by a woman to go to unit 307, where her mother would pay for the pizza. The victim arrived at unit 307 where he was met by two men armed with handguns, forced into the unit and robbed.

Through the course of the investigation, detectives were able to identify Amanda Isley, 21,  as the female who instructed the delivery person to unit 307 and Brian Tavarez, 19, as one of the armed suspects that robbed the victim.

Detectives arrested Isley and Tavarez on Friday and charged them with armed robbery with a firearm, conspiracy to commit armed robbery with a firearm, grand theft and conspiracy to commit grand theft. They were taken to the Osceola County Jail on $6,000 bond.

This remains an on-going investigation as detectives work to identify the third suspect.

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