Four Pikesville teenagers were arrested in connection with an armed robbery of a Pizza Boli driver near their homes on May 25, authorities said.
Baltimore County police said that Brandon Hudson Rohrback, 18, and Bruno Pozzo, 18, both of different homes in the 700 block of Cloudyfold Drive, were among those arrested.
The other two arrested were a 15-year-old, who was charged as a juvenile, and Billy Antonio Evans, 16, who was charged as an adult.
Both also reside in different homes on Cloudyfold Drive, according to a May 27 police report.
At about 11:12 p.m. May 25, a delivery driver from the restaurant at 610 Reisterstown Road, was taking food to a home on Cloudyfold Drive, the report states.
However, it was allegedly a set-up house and no one answered the door.
As the driver turned to go back to his car, two males wearing black masks and dressed in all black approached him, each holding a semi-automatic handgun, according to the report.
Two other suspects allegedly waited as lookouts, while the others stole $100 and $31.25 worth of food—two extra-large pizzas and chicken wings. The suspects then ran.
Police investigated and found the four suspects and two pellet guns, according to the report.
Each of the four suspects was charged with armed robbery, robbery, first- and second-degree assault and theft of less than $1,000, the report states.
According to court records, Rohrback was released on $200,000 bond on May 29, and Pozzo was released May 28 on $150,000 bond.
Evans was released May 27 on $150,000 bond. Court records on the other juvenile were not available, as he was charged as a juvenile.
Correction: In the original version of this article, the incorrect age was listed for Billy Antonio Evans.