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Suspect Held on $800,000 Bond in Pizza Man Shooting

Michael Anderson (Courtesy: Montgomery County Sheriff's Department) Michael Anderson (Courtesy: Montgomery County Sheriff's Department)
Officers arrest 17-year-old Michael Anderson Officers arrest 17-year-old Michael Anderson

By John Shryock - bio | email

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Police have made an arrest in Tuesday afternoon's shooting of a Dominoes Pizza delivery man.

The incident happened as the man approached a customer's home on Community Street and Knox.

According to the victim, a man walked up behind him and demanded he give over his money.

When the delivery man refused, the suspect shot him in the leg and ran off.

Now, police have charged 17-year-old Michael Anderson with attempted robbery.

He's in the Montgomery County Jail on an $800,000 bond.

Anderson, who will be tried as an adult, is no stranger to authorities.

His bond was set at $800k because he was out of jail on bond in two other armed robbery cases.

The victim, who was not identified, is expected to make a full recovery.

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