Phillip Little: Four Arrested in Domino's Driver's Murder
Four people -- including a 15-year-old girl -- have been arrested for the November 2 murder of Domino's Pizza driver Phillip Little, Houston police said today.
Little was shot in a robbery attempt near the intersection of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Canterway about 11:15 p.m.
Little, 40, was making a delivery in the area, and residents reported hearing several gunshots.
Besides the juvenile, whose name was not released, three men were charged with capital murder and arrested: Timothy Leonard Robinson, 27; Jacobe Benard White, 21; and Darryl Thomas Reed, 28.
Robinson and White surrendered to police; Reed was arrested while in the courthouse on another charge, and the juvenile, who also faces capital murder charges, was arrested without incident.
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