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Account set up to aid family of slain pizza delivery driver

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(Photograph of Maraleius Birdsong provided by his family) (Photograph of Maraleius Birdsong provided by his family)

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV)-- Those wishing to help the family of the Domino's Pizza delivery driver killed during an armed robbery can now do so through an account at First Federal Credit Union.

Twenty-year-old Maraleius Birdsong was delivering a pizza to the Appian Way Apartments in Dorchester County on Friday, March 9. The order turned out to be fake and Birdsong was robbed and shot in the head. He died later that night at MUSC.

Police have arrested 18-year-old Stephawn Sherrod Brown and 17-year-old Jontae Demetrius Davis. Both men are charged with armed robbery and murder.

The "Maraleius Birdsong Fund" will help the victim's family with his funeral and medical bills. Anyone wishing to donate can do so at any First Federal branch.

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