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‘I F***** My Life Up!’: 3 Arrested in Connection with Fatal Shooting of Florida Domino’s Delivery Driver During Attempted Robbery

3 Arrested After Fatal Shooting of Pizza Delivery Driver: Police
Source: Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office

Elijsha Wingfield (left), Avianna Kerr Williams (center) and Marcus Williams (right) were arrested after a Domino's delivery driver was shot and killed in Florida, police said.

Jan. 11 2024, Published 3:42 p.m. ET

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An alleged attempted robbery of a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver in Florida ended when the driver was shot and killed, to authorities said.

Around 1 p.m. on Jan. 9, Tommie Charles Anderson III, 33, was shot only seconds after delivering a pizza to a home in West Palm Beach, according to police reports obtained by WPTV.

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Officers arrived at the scene and found Anderson bleeding from his neck and arm. He was rushed to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Investigators said they obtained surveillance footage, which allegedly shows a white Honda four-door vehicle, driven by a person wearing a “round hockey styled mask,” pull up near Anderson’s car.

Around 5 p.m., the Florida Highway Patrol located the vehicle in West Palm Beach. All three suspects — Elijsha Wingfield, 25; Avianna Kerr Williams, 25; and Marcus Williams, 29 — were inside the car, along with two rifles in the rear seat and a black 9mm pistol under the front passenger seat, authorities said.

When talking with police, Wingfield allegedly admitted to shooting Anderson in an attempted robbery and said “he was in need of money and was expecting a paycheck which he didn’t receive,” according to his arrest report.

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According to Wingfield, he and Williams were passengers in the vehicle, while Kerr Williams was driving. The car approached the Domino’s delivery vehicle and Wingfield said he saw Anderson and said, "Let’s see what he’s got!,” the arrest report stated.

Wingfield, armed with a 9mm handgun, and Williams, carrying an AR-15 rifle, got out of the Honda, officials alleged.


Investigators said Wingfield allegedly approached Anderson, who put his hands up, then he reached for his pocket. Believing Anderson was going to shoot him, Wingfield fired three shots, hitting the delivery driver, according to authorities.

Williams and Wingfield then returned to the Honda and fled, police said.

During the interview, Wingfield put his head down and said, “I f***** my life up!,” the arrest report shows.

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All three suspects were arrested and charged with first-degree murder with a firearm, officials announced.

They were booked into the Palm Beach County Jail, where they are being held without bond.

During their first court appearance, Anderson’s father spoke with WPTV and said his son had two children, ages 6 and 13, and worked two jobs to support them. The day of the shooting was Anderson’s second day on the job at Domino’s.


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