Police: York driver offered drugs for pizza delivery

December 10, 2013 

— A Rock Hill man tried to pay a York pizza delivery driver with narcotics, according to a York Police report.

The report states on the night of Dec. 4 the driver took a pizza to a home on Magnolia Street in York. A young man met him outside on the street and got into the car to pick up the pizza. He paid the driver with some cash, but reached back into the driver’s hand and took some of the payment back.

Then he placed a white hydrocodone pill on the driver’s seat and told him that was payment for the remaining balance of the pizza.

He also told the driver that he had more pills and marijuana inside the house if he’d like to buy some. The driver refused the payment, but the customer took the pizza and went inside.

Police responded to the home later and learned the suspect had already left. He was identified only by his first name. Police were told he lived somewhere in Rock Hill.

No other details were released.

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