Doorbell camera video captured the moment a pizza delivery man helped stop a suspect who was fleeing from police. Here is the full story. A Brookhaven owner shared footage from his Ring camera when Tytler Morrell, a delivery man for Cocco’s Pizzeria, tripped a suspect running from police, Fox 29 reported. Reporters asked Morrell what gave him the courage to step in and help. He further said that he never thought of doing anything other than intervening. He added that he was raised to stand up for something that isn’t right, he just did the part of it. Video shows police patrol cars pulling up in front of the house Morrell was delivering the pizza to when the suspect got out of the vehicle and started running. Morrell stuck out his foot to trip the suspect.
Pizza delivery man bumps into suspect
The suspect fell to the ground and Brookhaven police officers arrested him. That protruding leg was enough to trip the suspect, causing him to fall to the ground, where police arrested him. The incident was caught on customer security video. Police claimed they also arrested 19-year-old Jhonael Gutierrez-Tejada, who was allegedly a passenger in the stolen car. After he finished all the commotion, Morell still managed to get the pizza delivered safely. The person who ordered the pizza gave him 10 out of 10!
Tejada is reportedly facing charges of receiving stolen property, resisting arrest and other charges. He is being held behind bars on $50,000 bail. The 17-year-old suspect also faces charges. Thanks for being a patient reader.
Give the man a raise
— tony2823 (@tony28231) April 18, 2023
Pizza delivery boy ends police chase with his foot. 🤣
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) April 18, 2023
Not all heroes were capes… some carry pizzas
— Mobile (@MobileIgnorance) April 18, 2023
Multitasking at its finest. 😂
—Crypto Rand (@crypto_rand) April 18, 2023
Deliver pizza warrior of justice smh
— MADEBYLA©️ (@made6yla) April 18, 2023
Nice, well done.😂
– VM Navas – יוסף (@vm_navas) April 18, 2023
Give the guy a Benjamin for a tip 😂
— Outer Space (@1Cryptonaut) April 18, 2023
Sir. pizza maker, the unsung hero!
—SM3 (@00SM300) April 18, 2023
THIS guy deserves to be in a beer can.
— Gregory (@gregzilla901) April 18, 2023
Great job by the pizza maker. But I just hope you don’t get sued from the criminal or the criminal’s family 😅
“How dare you trip me up when I committed felonies and ran away from the police?”
As you know, we are now a 🤡 world.
— Fang-Pen Lin 🇺🇸🌈 (@fangpenlin) April 18, 2023
If it’s a Democratic area, the pizza delivery man would be charged with assault after being thanked by the police. 😢pic.twitter.com/jDpBywib8i
— Humble Garage (@humblegarage) April 18, 2023
I’m glad the delivery guy did that, but I’m concerned that the perpetrator’s lawyer would write documents for the perpetrator to sue the delivery man for assault. I hope not, but with today’s lawyers, meh.
—SectorSpider (@SectorSpider) April 18, 2023
Depending on the state this happened at the pizza maker you could be sued unfortunately
— james cawlfield (@james_cawlfield) April 18, 2023
Player! You never dropped your pizza!
— J₳yfly (@Jayfly30590819) April 18, 2023
This is great! She didn’t even drop the pizza delivery from her.
—Mount Joiner (@cashjackson35) April 18, 2023
I was so worried about the pizza.
—Tesla Pachanga (@NYpachanga) April 18, 2023
Nice sweep and he didn’t even drop the pizza, now that’s how it’s done 💯😂
— 𝔸𝕞𝕖𝕣𝕚𝕔𝕒𝕟 ℙ𝕒𝕥𝕣𝕚𝕠𝕥 (@MMA_Pureblood) April 18, 2023