Domino’s employee forced into trunk; 2 arrested

Micah Quinn, left, and Taylin Glenn, right (March 28, 2014).
Micah Quinn, left, and Taylin Glenn, right (March 28, 2014).

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) — A 19-year-old and 17-year-old have been arrested after forcing a Domino’s Pizza employee into the trunk of his own car, robbing him and breaking the victim’s front teeth.

“Just a bad order. Some guys wanted to set up and rob one of our drivers,” said Domino’s general manager Pierre Tyson.

Around 12:30 a.m. on March 19, Muskegon Police say the two suspects approached a 54-year-old Domino’s employee who was delivering pizza in the 1700 block of Elwood Street. The suspects forced the employee into the trunk of his own car and drove him around for an hour.

“We believe it was deliberate,” Tyson said.

The suspects are accused of hitting the victim with the butt of a gun cause the victim’s teeth to be knocked out. The suspect stole the victim’s pants, his phone and his wallet with $20 in it.

“This was going to happen. Just by the nature of what happened I can tell you they were determined. They were going to do something bad that night.”

The suspects left the car near East Delano Avenue at Continental Street. The victim ran to a store and called 911.

“He was bloody. He had a t-shirt and underwear, it was all bloody. And he asked for the phone, and I gave him the phone,” said Amandoep Singh the clerk on duty at the gas station at the time.

On Friday, the suspect were identified and arrested. 17-year-old Micah Quinn and 19-year-old Taylin Glenn were arrested on various felony charges. Police say they recovered several guns, including the one used by the suspects to hit the victim.

“Ticked about how it happened. I want these guys to be held fully accountable for it. This made no sense; not for $20 and a pizza. They had the money, they had the pizza, don’t (have to) take it any further,” Tyson said.

Both the suspects are being held at the Muskegon County Jail. The victim in the case is back working at a different Domino’s.

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