Casper Man Denies Stealing Pizza Delivery Car, Guns
A Casper man pleaded not guilty to charges alleging he stole a running pizza delivery car and guns in late August.
Isaac Dorman, 22, appeared in Natrona County District Court Wednesday morning and pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Late August 28, Casper police received a 911 call from Domino's Pizza. A delivery driver had left his Chevy Cruz parked outside running when he went inside to get his next delivery. When he came outside, he saw his vehicle being driven off and ran after it.
As the delivery driver ran after his vehicle, he saw someone in a dark SUV fire three gunshots.
A police officer responding to an unrelated call in the area heard the gunshots before seeing a red car speeding away from the area of the shots.
Officers found the stolen Chevy parked in an alley parallel to North Colorado Avenue behind University Park School. Police ordered the driver, identified as Zufelt, out but instead, the driver "floored it," ramming one officer and nearly t-boning another.
Nineteen-year-old Tiedon Zufelt was also arrested in the incident.