Pizza Hut driver shot with stun gun, teen girls run away with pizza

GRESHAM, Ore. – A group of teenage girls used a stun gun on a Pizza Hut driver and ran away with the pizza early Friday morning, according to Gresham police.

At about 12:20 a.m. the driver was delivering a large pizza order to an apartment complex at Northeast 170th Place and Halsey Street when he was approached from behind.

The driver told Gresham police he was shot with the stun gun, dropped the pizza and ran back to his car. The teens then grabbed the food and ran back to their apartment. The driver was not injured.

When officers arrived, they found four teens – three 17 year olds and an 18 year old – at an apartment, along with the Pizza Hut boxes and a stun gun. Police said the teens made the pizza order but asked the driver to go to the apartment complex next to theirs.

One of the teens, 17-year-old Erionna Patten, allegedly used the stun gun. She was arrested for robbery and taken to juvenile services. Police are considering whether to charge the other three women. 

(© 2016 KGW)


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