Three teens were arrested this week for firing shots at a market in North Nashville from a car because they were unhappy with their toppings on a pizza.
The teens, ages 18, 17, and 16, were taken into custody after an undercover detective doing surveillance in the area witnessed the gunfire Tuesday afternoon, called for backup and followed the car to a house on 32nd Avenue North, according to a Metro Nashville Police Department news release.
Police seized three handguns and one hydrocodone pill from the car, which had been reported stolen.
One of the suspects told police that shots were fired at the D.B. Todd Market on Dr. D.B. Todd Jr. Boulevard because the clerk gave them a pizza with the wrong toppings.
The teens are each charged with aggravated assault x 12, unlawful handgun possession and vehicle theft.
Djuan Bowers, 18, and Tynerick Turner, 17, are also charged with aggravated robbery for a Feb. 20 hold-up in which the victim was robbed at gunpoint off Hickory Hollow Lane in Antioch.
Bowers is being held on a $50,000 bond. Turner and the 16-year-old are being charged in juvenile court.
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