Pizza Delivery Driver Murdered on Second Day of Job

West Palm Beach, Florida – A pizza delivery driver was tragically shot and killed on his second day on the job during a robbery attempt, according to authorities. The victim, identified as Tommie Charles Anderson III, was delivering a pizza for Domino’s when he was attacked. This incident underscores the dangers that delivery drivers face and sheds light on the devastating impact of crime on their families.

The incident took place on January 9, 2024, in West Palm Beach, Florida. Anderson, a 33-year-old father of two, was shot while delivering a pizza for Domino’s. The suspects, Elijsha Wingfield, Marcus Williams, and Avianna Kerr-Williams, were taken into custody, and a 9mm handgun and two rifles were seized from their car. The suspects face charges of first-degree murder. Anderson’s family expressed their grief and shock at the tragedy during the suspects’ court appearance.

The tragic death of Anderson serves as a stark reminder of the risks faced by delivery drivers, who often find themselves vulnerable to such senseless acts of violence. Investigations into the incident continue, as law enforcement works diligently to provide answers and bring justice to Anderson’s grieving family.