- Associated Press - Thursday, August 13, 2015

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Police in central Ohio say a 13-year-old boy is the second suspect identified in the robbery and fatal shooting of a pizza delivery driver who took an order to a property that turned out to be vacant.

Columbus police say the boy was interviewed by homicide detectives Thursday and implicated in the July 30 robbery and killing of James Flannery.

Officers found the 59-year-old Flannery while responding to a reported traffic accident. They say it appears Flannery fled in his vehicle after being robbed and shot but then crashed in an intersection in the southeast suburbs.

Another suspect, 18-year-old Sir Jeffrey Scott Carroll Jr., already was charged in the slaying. His bond was set Thursday at about $2 million. A message was left with his public defender.

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