A 26-year-old man has made a deal with prosecutors in San Mateo County Superior Court and has agreed to spend three years in prison for robbing deliverymen in 2007, a deputy district attorney said.Kelvin Raemon Daniels pleaded no contest Monday to two counts of robbery in exchange for the three-year prison sentence, Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said.Daniels had previously been charged with three counts of robbery for stealing from deliverymen at a Pizza Hut, a Mr. Pizza Man, and a Fung Wong Chinese Restaurant. He pleaded no contest to the pizza deliverymen robberies but not the Chinese restaurant robbery.He was accused of calling the three restaurants with an unidentified accomplice and ordering deliveries, then waiting for the deliveryman to show up and attacking the victims and rob them of their money and cell phones.The deliverymen were knocked unconscious, and at least one suffered a broken nose and teeth, according to Wagstaffe. Daniels and the accomplice also took the food they had ordered.Wagstaffe said the three crimes took place in May and June of 2008. An anonymous tip led to Daniels’ arrest on June 3, 2008.
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