Donrell D. Shuford, 33, borrowed a bystander’s cellphone on Aug. 14 around 8:30 p.m. to order a pizza for delivery “in back” of a home in the 3900 block of 52nd Street, according to Kenosha police reports.
When the delivery driver arrived at the address, he reportedly was approached on the west side of the home by Shuford, who was wearing a mask.
Shuford allegedly put a knife to the man’s neck, grabbed his shirt several times and told him to get on his knees and empty his pockets. Then, Shuford took the man’s phone and wallet and told him to take his clothes off, reports said.
After forcing the man to strip, Shuford pushed the naked man into an alley behind the house, grabbed his buttocks and said “nice butt” before running north across 52nd Street, according to reports.
Shuford initially said “his guy” named “Toledo” committed the crime, but later said his family made up “Toledo.”
Shuford eventually admitted to the robbery to get money for drugs but denied having a drug problem, reports said. He also said he threw the victim’s cellphone and wallet somewhere, but did not know where.
In addition, Shuford said he made the man get naked because Shuford “didn’t have a gun.”
Shuford was arrested for armed robbery and fourth-degree sexual assault. He is in custody in lieu of posting a $50,000 cash bond and is to appear in court for a preliminary hearing Tuesday at 10 a.m.Share on Facebook