Two accused of robbing pizza delivery driver in Spring Garden Twp.

Two men are accused of robbing a pizza delivery driver in Spring Garden Township.

Spring Garden Township Police said Tylee Anfanee Smart and Jameire Hasson Fallings, along with a juvenile, lured the driver to the 500 block of Hillcrest Road and robbed him of his phone, cash and the food on Monday, Nov. 26.

Smart, 19, of the 400 block of West Salem Avenue, York City, is charged with robbery, conspiracy, theft and receiving stolen property.

Fallings, also 19, of no fixed address, faces the same charges.

Tylee Smart

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Incident: Police said a Domino's delivery driver was called to the area just before midnight Monday.

The driver was asked to call a phone number when he arrived at the home so the people ordering could come out and get the food, officials said.

The driver called the number and was told the customers would be out, charging documents state. Police said he exited his vehicle and had gotten the food out of the side of the car when three people appeared.

One of the three put a gun to the driver's back and ordered him to empty his pockets, documents state. 

When the driver turned his head, the one with the gun pushed the gun harder into his back and told him not to turn around, officials said.

Police said the three stole the Domino's order worth $44, the victim's $200 phone, and the $7 in cash that he had on him. The three then fled on foot, charging documents state.

Police tracked the driver's phone to a home in the 1800 block of Clover Lane on Tuesday morning, according to authorities. Police were sent there for a domestic dispute, and while there, police said, they found the Domino's order, a BB gun pistol, and the phone that was used to place the Domino's order.

Charges for Smart were filed Tuesday, and he was arraigned on the charges Tuesday night. The charges for Fallings were filed Thursday, Nov. 29, and he was arraigned on them Thursday, Dec. 6.

Smart was sent to York County Prison on $100,000 bail. He does not have an attorney listed.

Fallings was sent to York County Prison on $50,000 bail. He does not have an attorney listed.

Smart's preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 12 and Fallings' preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 14, both at District Judge Jennifer Clancy's office. 

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