Lone survivor pleads guilty to six crimes in 2013 Pizza Hut robbery
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The lone surviving suspect from last fall’s Pizza Hut robbery in Wilmington, which ended with police shooting the suspects, has pleaded guilty.
Jalani Smith admitted this morning to four counts of common law robbery and two counts of kidnapping.
Police say Smith, Ronald Roland and Tevin Robinson robbed the Pizza Hut on S. 17th Street the night of Oct. 25. When they came out, officers were waiting. Investigators say when the suspects refused to follow orders and ran toward officers, the officer opened fire. Roland and Robinson died.
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