MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) -- Police believe they've arrested the two men responsible for a robbery that left a pizza delivery man injured and locked in the truck of his car.
17-year-old Micah Quinn and 19-year-old Taylin Glenn of Muskegon were charged Friday with multiple felonies. Prosecutors say they beat, kidnapped, and stole $20 from the Domino's deliveryman March 19.
The victim was delivering an order to a home in the 1700 block of Elwood Street. Prosecutors say after they attacked the driver, the suspects left the man alone and injured on a Muskegon street.
"They forced him to disrobe from the pants down put him into the trunk of his own car and drove the car around. After some time, they removed the victim from the trunk of his own car and beat him; it resulted in serious injury," said Muskegon County chief assistant prosecutor Timothy Maat.
The suspects are also charged with another armed robbery which happened a few days before the pizza delivery driver was robbed. Because of previous convictions, they both face life in prison if convicted.