A pizza delivery indirectly led to the arrests of two people, Niagara Falls police said Monday.
According to Officer Jay Fisher, a driver for a local pizzeria wasn't paid the $35 bill after delivering to a B Street address. Police said it was the second such incident at that residence in the past week.
Upon investigating, police spotted a juvenile running into the house and arrested him on a Family Court warrant. A woman inside complained about the arrest of the 15-year-old and began scuffling with police and was also arrested.
Fisher said that Debbie L. Tuttle, 27, of Ontario Avenue was charged with petit larceny in the pizza theft and obstructing governmental administration for interfering with the juvenile's arrest.
Police said she also had an outstanding warrant for failure to pay parking tickets and was wanted by Town of Niagara police on four counts of fraud.