Pizza delivery man attacked with stun gun

Pizza delivery man attacked with stun gun

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) -

A 47-year-old pizza delivery man was attacked with a stun gun, according to Daytona Beach police investigators.

Officers said Christopher Collins, 19, ordered two pizzas worth $26.  When the delivery man, Kevin Kelly, showed up with the pizzas, police said Collins tried to steal them out of the victim's hands.  Police said Collins then shot Kelly in the stomach with the stun gun and took off running. 

Police said Collins phoned-in the pizza order to an apartment at 525 North Halifax Avenue Monday night.  

Kelly told Fox 35 that his stomach is sore, but he's doing alright and will continue working.

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