Gresham teen girls use stun gun, steal pizza delivery

Pizza Hut delivery driver attacked by teens at apartment complex in Gresham

FILE - This Oct. 5, 2010 file photo shows the front of a Pizza Hut restaurant in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A teenage girl and three of her friends attacked a pizza delivery man at a Gresham apartment complex just after midnight on Friday.

Gresham Police say a Pizza Hut delivery driver was attacked by four girls, three of whom are 17-years-old and one of whom is 18-years-old, who used a stun gun to shock him from behind. He dropped the pizza and went back to his car, uninjured, and called police.

The girls took off with the pizza but officers used a K-9 to find them in a unit in the complex. They found Pizza Hut boxes and a stun gun. Police say the girls were the ones who had originally ordered the pizza but told the driver the wrong address and set him up to go to the wrong place.

One of the girls, 17, was arrested for Robbery I. The others were not arrested.