CLEVELAND -- Two separate incidents in Ohio are now raising concerns about the safety of pizza delivery drivers.
Canton Police say 20-year-old Jeremy Joseph and a juvenile ordered a pizza Monday, then kidnapped the driver when she arrived, driving her to the woods and raping her.
He's now in the Stark County Jail on a $2 million bond. It's still unclear whether the teenage suspect could be tried as an adult. His name has not been released.
In December, police arrested Adam Burris for the murder of 26-year-old Kayla Thompson, who never returned from a delivery run in Guernsey County. Burris is being held on $1 million bond.
Channel 3 rode along with a delivery woman Friday who told Sara Shookman that safety is always on her mind.
"When I go to doors I just kinda watch what I'm doing. Just try and be careful," said Karen Hodge, who has delivered for Angelo's Pizza in Lakewood for more than twenty years. "It is something to worry about. I do worry about it, but we make drops so we don't carry a lot of money."
Hodge says the handful of female drivers at Angelo's can turn down runs to locations they feel uncomfortable.
"I like to think our neighborhood is not that bad, but I suppose it could happen anywhere," she said.