MUSKEGON, Mich (March 28, 2014) – Two suspects are facing possible life sentences if convicted of armed robbery, kidnapping and felony firearms charges after the brutal assault of a pizza delivery man earlier this month.
Prosecutors say Micah Quinn, 17, and Taylin Glenn, 19, assaulted a Domino’s delivery man on Apple Avenue in Muskegon on March 19th.
The two are accused of throwing the victim into the trunk of a vehicle, driving him around town, then beating him and robbing him at gunpoint.
The suspects allegedly assaulted the victim after kidnapping him because they were upset he didn’t have more money on him.
The unidentified victim is a 54-year-old man, who’d been a pizza delivery man for about 20 years. Prosecutors say the victim lost teeth during the assault.
Authorities say the assault was first reported as a missing person complaint by a manager after the delivery man didn’t return to the Domino’s store after making a run.
Prosecutors say the suspects are also facing unrelated armed robbery and felony firearms charges for another criminal incident that happened just 3 days prior to the delivery man being attacked and kidnapped.
Prosecutors say Quinn and Glenn have a previous armed robbery conviction as juveniles for crimes committed in 2010.
In that incident, the pair along with another suspect cornered a victim walking home from a store, who happened to be a trained martial artist. The victim was able to fight off the 3 suspects, chase them after the attack, disarm one of them and hold another until police arrived to make arrests.
Quinn and Glenn were convicted in that case in 2010.
Both are being arraigned for the Domino’s assault & kidnapping this afternoon.
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