MADISON, Wis. - A Madison man has been charged in connection with a robbery of a pizza delivery drive from early June.
Madison police said 26-year-old Terrell Wilkerson was charged on suspicion of robbery with threat of force and possession with intent to deliver heroin.
According to an incident report from June 3, Wilkerson robbed a pizza delivery driver while making a delivery in the 800 block of Kottke Dr. on June 2.
Officials said the 18-year-old victim said he was approached by a masked man outside a delivery location. The report said the robber, now Wilkerson, threatened the victim while keeping a hand in a pocket, despite not showing a weapon.
Wilkerson then reportedly ran away and the driver returned to his place of employment to report the crime.
Police said Wilkerson told the driver, "If you don't give me your money, I'll turn this into a homicide."
According to the report, the home Wilkerson was staying at was searched and heroin was found.
Last week in the Dane County Circuit Court, Wilkerson waived his right to a preliminary hearing and was bound over for trial.
In 2014, Wilkerson was charged with robbery with a firearm and home invasion in Chicago, according to Madison police.
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