A Johnston County woman is facing charges after she placed multiple pizza orders from Dominos Pizza on Highway 70 in Clayton.
Managers at the store said between May 6th and September 13th, 2019 they received numerous online orders for pizzas and extra food items. All the orders in question were delivered to the same address on McGirt Court in Clayton. Shortly after each order was delivered, the credit card charge for the order was disputed by the card’s owner with the bank, and the bank cancelled payment on the purchases.
Altogether, 13 pizzas and extras were delivered over a four month period resulting in a loss of $388.24 to Dominos.
Investigators with the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office identified 32 year-old Kelli Michelle Walker of Clayton as the person who placed all the online pizza orders. A warrant for her arrest charging her with obtaining property by false pretenses was obtained on September 30th.
On Oct. 2nd, a SAFE Team deputy was on routine patrol on Old Fairground Road near Massengill Pond Road outside of Benson when the officer stopped a car. Walker was a passenger in the vehicle and taken into custody on the warrant. During her arrest, deputies allegedly found a small amount of suspected methamphetamines and prescription pills in her possession. Walker was subsequently charged with felony possession of meth and misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.
Walker’s secured bond was set at $40,000.