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USF Police Accuse Student of Armed Robbery

Keion A. Cantrell | USF Police | Arrests

The student used a toy handgun to try to get free pizza, University of South Florida police say.

TAMPA – A University of South Florida student has been accused of trying to rob a pizza delivery driver, according to campus police.

Keion Cantrell, 20, of Maitland, was charged with armed robbery, USF police said. Cantrell is a USF residential student living in the USF Holly apartments.

Police said the incident happened about 4 a.m. Tuesday (Nov. 1) outside the Holly apartments. A pizza delivery driver told officers he had been approached by a man with what appeared to be a handgun inside his waistband. The man asked the delivery driver for free pizza. The driver fled and called police.

Police searched the area and found Cantrell, who had a you handgun. Officers arrested him after interviewing him.

For information about USF police, go to usf.edu.

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