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Man and teen arrested for murder of pizza delivery driver

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Two people have been arrested for the murder of Mia Jones, who was working as a delivery driver for Domino's Pizza when she was killed.

LeAnthony Primer, 24, and Marquez Thompson, 16, were taken into custody.

Police said Primer and Thompson tried to rob her Wednesday then shot her as she tried to drive away.

Both are charged with first-degree murder, first-degree murder in perpetration of attempted aggravated robbery and attempted especially aggravated robbery.

Thompson is also charged with possession/employment of a firearm during a dangerous felony.

While Jones' fiance, Donald Pigford, is glad these guys are locked up, he said the healing process is just beginning.

"A lot of happy memories that we had together," he said.

He is in the middle of planning a funeral; she will be laid to rest Monday.

Pigford is looking through pictures and trying his best to honor his fiancee's memory.

"Mia just meant so — she meant so much to me and a lot of the people around her," he said. "It's going to be emotional for me for months."

And while it's not clear when or if Thompson will be charged as an adult, Jones' loved ones are preparing for the moment they come face to face with her accused killers.

"I'm going to follow every step that I have to following this process to make sure that justice is done."