of Public Safety
A Pizza Hut delivery employee said two men robbed her Sunday night.
As the employee attempted to make a delivery on the 1600 block of Park Street, two men exited a front porch and flagged her down, according to an ODPS incident report.
She asked the men if they were residents of a specific Park Street residence. The men ignored her question and talked with each other.
Then the man wearing a camouflage hoodie and a pair of long gray shorts pointed a gun at her and told her to give up her money, she said.
She gave him all of her money, her red pizza bag containing three large pepperoni pizzas and a two-liter Pepsi, the report said.
She described the men as black males with dark skin, standing about 5 feet 6 inches and about 25 years of age.
Officers located two men on Park Street and asked the victim if she could positively identify them as the assailants.
She didn’t make positive identifications and officers released the men.
In an unrelated report, a Crossing Circle man reported Saturday night that someone broke into his home and stole his vehicle keys, firearms and 2001 Ford F150.
The truck contained a black 300 Weatherby gun and an 8 mm Mauser handgun.
The value of the stolen items is $5,026.
A man reported Monday morning that five of his cows are dead and others are injured. He thinks their water was poisoned, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.
Deputies responded to a Crossover Road property where the man said someone burglarized a residence belonging to one of his employees on Nov. 28. The burglar threw the employee’s shoe cleaner box and empty gun case into a water hole located in a pasture.
The man said his cows became poisoned after consuming tainted water from the hole.
The cows are valued at $1,500 each.
Deputies returned the shoe cleaner box and gun safe to the man’s employee.