2 Teens Plead Guilty In October 2018 Shooting Death Of Pizza Delivery Driver

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2 Teens Plead Guilty In October 2018 Shooting Death Of Pizza Delivery Driver

CBS Pittsburgh- D’Ambrosse Garland pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, robbery, conspiracy, and two firearms violations and faces between 20-40 years in prison plus 10 years probation.

Timothy Walls pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, robbery, and conspiracy. He faces between 9-18 years in prison.

Sanusi was delivering pizzas for Dominoes Pizza to an address on Penn Avenue when he was called and told to drive to North St. Clair Street instead. A witness said they heard the suspects demanding money just before the victim was shot.

Police say Garland was under house arrest for allegedly shooting his half-brother when the shooting of Sanusi occurred, but removed his ankle bracelet monitor.

Sanusi, a Nigerian immigrant, was working for Dominoes at the time to support his seven children.