Report: Montgomery Village Teen To Serve 18 Months For Pizza Delivery Robberies
Marcus Addison, 18, previously attended Watkins Mill High School.
A Montgomery Village teen and former Watkins Mill High School football player will serve 18 months in jail for a series of robberies committed on pizza delivery drivers last summer, The Gazette reported.
Marcus Addison, 18, was sentenced to 50 years, with all but the 18 months suspended, according to the report.
Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Richard Jordan told Addison the suspended 48 years would "ruin your life if you find yourself in this situation again,” according to the report.
Addison, of the 19000 block of Mills Choice Road, robbed six delivery drivers for a total of $540 from Gaithersburg-area Domino's Pizza and Papa John's Pizza restuarants at gunpoint. Police later determined the gun used by Addison was a pellet gun.
Addison would have been a senior at Watkins Mill High School this year.