Gag order issued in murder case of local Uber driver

MONROEVILLE, Pa. — A gag order has been issued in the case of an Uber driver and mother murdered in Monroeville, Channel 11 confirmed.

An Allegheny County judge signed the order on Tuesday.

Calvin Crew, 22, was arrested and charged in February with the murder of Christi Spicuzza.

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Spicuzza was driving for Uber when police said Crew from Penn Hills got his girlfriend to order him an Uber. 

Police said Crew held a gun to the back of Christi’s head and made her drive for more than an hour as he accessed her money transfer apps.

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Court documents said the dash camera footage shows Spicuzza begging Crew not to hurt her because she has four children, and she doesn’t have any money. 

Police said Spicuzza was shot once in the back of the head, and her body was left on a wooded hillside in Monroeville.