Police: USF student robs pizza delivery person with toy gun

- A University of South Florida student has been charged with armed robbery after allegedly threatening a pizza delivery man with a toy gun and requesting free pizza early Tuesday morning. 

The USF Tampa Police Department received a call at around 4 a.m. reporting the armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver outside the campus's Holly residential hall. 

The victim reported to officers that a man approached him with what appeared to be a handgun inside of his waistband and demanded free pizza. 

Officers searched the area and located the suspect, 20-year-old Keion Cantrell of Maitland, Florida. Cantrell is a USF student who lives in the university's Holly apartments. 

Police recovered a black object from Cantrell, which turned out to be a toy handgun. 

Cantrell was arrested and charged with armed robbery. 

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