PITTSBURGH — Two people have been arrested and charged in connection with the death of a pizza delivery driver in East Liberty on Saturday.
D’Ambrosse Garland, 18, and Timothy Walls, 17, are charged with homicide, robbery, conspiracy and gun charges. Walls will be charged as an adult.
According to the criminal complaint, police said Garland and Walls are accused of setting up the attempted robbery that turned into a homicide.
Investigators believe the suspects were calling other pizza shops the night of the shooting.
Police said they traced both suspects to a location in Lincoln-Lemington around 5 p.m. on Thursday, where they were both taken into custody.
Abdulganiyu Sanusi, who also went by Patrick Adesanya, was delivering pizza to the 200 block of Penn Avenue, according to police. Sanusi was a husband and a father of seven children.
According to the criminal complaint, Garland told investigators, "I feel bad. No one should grow up without a father. If I could take it back, I would."
A short time later, the alleged customer called the store to change the delivery address to 125 North St. Clair Street. As he was getting out of his car, police say a witness heard someone yell, "Give me your money!" and then a gunshot.
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