Cincinnati man sentenced to 174 months in jail for stealing pizza supply driver’s car

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Cincinnati man sentenced to 174 months in prison for stealing a pizza delivery man’s vehicle

Updated: 11:23 PM EDT March 16, 2021

A Cincinnati man was sentenced Tuesday to 174 months in prison for stealing a pizza delivery man’s vehicle following a domestic dispute. According to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Kentucky, 25-year-old Sammie Green admitted this on August 15, 2019, and had a domestic argument with his girlfriend in Covington. While they were arguing, a pizza delivery guy stopped by. Green’s friend and children escaped Green and asked the delivery man to call the police. When the delivery man called the police, authorities said Green had fired multiple shots from a pistol. Green then pointed the gun at the delivery man and asked for the keys to his vehicle. The delivery man gave Green the keys and Green sped off in the stolen vehicle, officials said. Green pleaded guilty to stealing and unloading a gun in September 2o20 for a violent crime. The ATF and Boone County’s Sheriff’s Department led the investigation.

A Cincinnati man was sentenced Tuesday to 174 months in prison for stealing a pizza delivery man’s vehicle after a domestic argument.

Sammie Green, 25, admitted he had a domestic argument with his girlfriend in Covington on August 15, 2019, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Kentucky. While they were arguing, a pizza delivery guy stopped by.

Green’s friend and children escaped Green and asked the delivery man to call the police. When the delivery man called the police, authorities said Green had fired multiple shots from a pistol. Green then pointed the gun at the delivery man and asked for the keys to his vehicle. The delivery man gave Green the keys and Green sped off in the stolen vehicle, officials said.

Green pleaded guilty to carjacking and unloading a gun to promote a violent crime in September 2o20.

The ATF and the Boone County Sheriff’s Department led the investigation.