BY KEN LITTLE
A suspect in the Thursday-afternoon robbery of a Papa John's pizza delivery woman was taken into custody shortly after the incident, Greeneville police said in reports.
The victim attempted to deliver a pizza, chicken wings and soft drinks about 1:45 p.m. Thursday to an address in the 300 block of Locust Street, Officer Roy Milton said in a report.
When she arrived at the house, the victim told police, there was no answer at the door.
"She was called across the way to Black Oak Street," the report said.
When the delivery woman got there, a man "grabbed" the food, and a woman took the change that she was carrying, the report said.
The female suspect threw the victim a "fake $1 million bill" before the pair ran off in opposite directions.
The man was described as "scruffy," and the female suspect appeared to be pregnant, the report said.
The delivery person was not injured.
About 20 minutes later, a woman matching the description of the robbery suspect was observed with another woman on Davis Street.
Amanda Hensley, 32, of 710 W. Church St., was arrested on a violation-of-probation warrant.
The robbery investigation continues, police said.