Apr 16, 2017 5:26 PM

UPDATE: Two women arrested who allegedly stabbed a pizza delivery man before robbing him


CLAREMONT — Police have located and arrested two women who are accused of stabbing and robbing a Domino's delivery driver early Saturday morning.

READ: Police looking for couple accused of ordering Domino's, attacking delivery man with knife

Police said they located Debra Pitts, 31, at a residence in Claremont at about 7:30 p.m. While they were arresting Pitts, police located another person with a warrant out of Grafton County at the residence.

Police said they determined that Jennifer Tozzi, 34, was the second suspect involved in the robbery who had not been identified yet. She was charged with felony-level conspiracy to commit robbery.

The investigation began when police responded to Trinity Street for a report of an armed robbery early Saturday morning. Police learned that two suspects ordered food from Domino's but that when the delivery driver showed up at the house, the pair attacked him, according to police.

The suspects fled after an "alert" neighbor witnessed the attack and intervened by telling the suspects that she was calling the police.

Pitts and Tozzi currently remain in police custody and are scheduled to be arraigned on Monday, April 17, 2017 in 5th Circuit Claremont District Court.

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