Armed suspect accused of robbing, kidnapping woman from pizza shop was out on $40K bond, records show

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HOUSTON – A man accused of robbing and kidnapping a woman from a Domino’s Pizza in north Harris County is still on the run, according to court records.

Daylon Johnson, 21, is wanted for aggravated kidnapping and aggravated robbery.

Documents state, on Nov. 18, the woman was waiting for her order outside the pizza shop, located in the 1200 block of Veteran’s Memorial Drive, when a man tapped on her driver’s side window with a gun and threatened to shoot her if she did not roll down her window. The man demanded cash, but the woman told him she did not have money on her. He then hopped into her vehicle and told her to drive to the nearest ATM.

The victim did as she was told, driving to an ATM and withdrawing $800, according to records. At some point during the ride, the suspect allegedly struck her in the head with his gun because he did not like her driving. After leaving the ATM, the woman said the suspect told her to drive back to the pizza shop, where he fled on foot.

Investigators said they were able to positively identity Johnson as the suspect through fingerprints and photos.

KPRC 2 found records showing that Johnson was out on a $40,000 bond for another aggravated robbery of a woman on Nov. 22 in Harris County.


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