"Judge bans Sebastian man from ordering pizza"


"I'm different. Let this not upset you" Paracelsus
Jul 4, 2016
SEBASTIAN — A man charged with harassing restaurants has been prohibited from calling for pizza delivery, according to his affidavits.

Randy Riddle, 49, of the 7900 block of 129th Court, Sebastian, was charged with four counts of harassing phone calls, two counts of first-degree petty theft and one count of second-degree petty theft.

Sebastian police began in June investigating phone calls Riddle made to TJ's Pizza, Danny's Pizza, and several other pizza delivery places in the city, Indian River County and Micco. In a three-week period, police said Riddle made orders and refused to pay for them, directed delivery people to fake or vacant addresses, and made calls to the businesses just to tell them their pizza was gross.

Riddle used five different phone numbers between May 30 and June 18 for the calls. He sometimes used a false name; other times, he refused to leave his name.

The businesses said they lost at least $667 because of food they cooked that wasn't paid for.

That's why, as a condition of his bail, a judge ordered that Riddle can't call the eateries any more.

"Defendant shall refrain from calling any pizza establishment and/or making any harassing calls or his bond shall be revoked," the warrant affidavit state
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