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DoorDash Driver Robbed, Pistol-Whipped By Armed Robbers


HOUSTON, TEXAS — A 20-year-old man, David Koroma, has been arrested in southwest Houston following accusations of committing armed robbery against two individuals, pistol-whipping one, and subsequently crashing a stolen vehicle during a police chase.

His alleged accomplice remains at large.

The incident began around midnight in the 11600 block of Briar Forest, where Koroma allegedly approached a DoorDash driver alongside another individual, stole the driver’s wallet, and assaulted him before fleeing in the stolen car, according to KTRK.

Authorities believe the suspects, wearing masks, then proceeded to rob Norma Johnson at gunpoint after she returned from work near Bissonnet and Beltway.

Utilizing Flock cameras, police located the vehicle with both suspects near Briar Forest and Woodland Park Drive.

When officers attempted to stop the car, the suspects fled, ultimately crashing into another vehicle at Westheimer and Hays.

While one suspect escaped, Koroma was apprehended and taken into custody.

In an interview with Eyewitness News, Johnson recounted the robbery, stating, “At that moment, all I thought of was my kids… I just let everything go,” according to KTRK.

A motion to deny Koroma bail has been filed, as he was already under supervision for pleading guilty to participating in a 2020 shootout at a northwest Houston gas station.


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