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Kansas City brother, sister plead guilty to robbing pizza delivery driver

A Kansas City, Mo., brother and sister have pleaded guilty in federal court to the armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver.

A third suspect was killed by police during a shootout a few days later.

20-year-old Samuel M. David pleaded guility to one count of robbery and one count of using a firearm during a crime of violence. His 24-year-old sister Rochelle E. David pleaded guilty in April of this year to the same charges.

On Oct. 19, 2020, Rochelle David placed an order for pizza to a Pizza Hut restaurant.

Samuel David and another man, Ennice Ross, robbed the driver at gunpoint in a parking lot. They later tried, but failed, to get more money from an ATM from the driver’s bank account, stabbed the driver in the hand, and robbed him again at his Gladstone, MO home.

Ross died after he opened fire on officers during a traffic stop a few days after the robbery.

Under federal statutes, Samuel and Rochelle David each is subject to a sentence of up to 20 years in federal prison without parole for the robbery, plus a mandatory minimum sentence of seven years up to life in federal prison without parole, which must be served consecutively, for the firearm.

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