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MESQUITE, TX – A Domino’s Pizza delivery driver shot and killed a teenager who had lured him to a vacant house in an attempt to rob him.

It happened on Saturday night while the driver was taking a pizza delivery to a home in the 1400 block of Springwood Drive. Two teens answered the door and tried robbing the man, with one of the teens opening fire on the driver.

The driver, who was also armed, returned fire and sent the two 16-year-old boys running. The driver called police who arrived and found one the suspects, 16-year-old Wayne Delaney Osborne, dead from a gunshot wound.

The second teen was located and charged with aggravated robbery. Osborne was a sophomore at John Horn High School in Mesquite. Mesquite ISD released the following statement:

The loss of a student’s life is always tragic and heartbreaking, regardless of the circumstances. Mesquite ISD’s thoughts and prayers are with this child’s family as well as the students and staff members of John Horn High School. We will diligently support them through this difficult time and continue to do all we can to take care of the students we are entrusted with each and every day.

Police say the driver may be facing charges as well, since he was not in legal possession of his firearm. They said it is still being determined whether he will be charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon. Even if he isn’t charged, you can bet he lost his job. The driver, who had been working for the store for 9 months, is currently suspended.

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