2 males arrested in reference to carjacking of pizza supply driver in Burbank

Two males have been arrested in reference to the carjacking of a Domino’s Pizza supply driver in Burbank.

In response to the Burbank Police Division, officers responded to the 1500 block of North Naomi Avenue round 4:25 p.m. on Tuesday relating to a report of a carjacking. 

The sufferer instructed officers that he was delivering an order to a buyer when he was confronted by two males in an alley who assaulted him, held him at gunpoint and demanded his keys. 

“Fearing for his life, the sufferer complied with the suspects’ calls for and handed over his keys,” the Burbank Police Division mentioned in an announcement. “The suspects then fled within the sufferer’s car.” 

The suspects weren’t in a position to be situated till Thursday afternoon, when investigators discovered the sufferer’s car close to the 6500 block of Radford Avenue in North Hollywood. The car was being pushed by a person believed to be one of many suspects within the carjacking, and he was arrested. 

The second suspect was situated close to the 6100 block of Lankershim Boulevard in North Hollywood a short while later and was additionally arrested. 

Subsequent search warrants on the suspects’ residences yielded further proof linking them to the carjacking in Burbank. 

They’ve been recognized as 24-year-old Jordan Lee and 21-year-old Tracy Dobbins, each of North Hollywood. 

Lee and Dobbins have been booked for felony armed carjacking and are being held in lieu of $100,000 bail. 

They’re each attributable to seem in courtroom on June 12. 

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