ATLANTA (AP) — A Georgia district attorney says three teenagers have pleaded guilty to robbing and assaulting two pizza delivery drivers in 2017.

News outlets report three teenagers pleaded guilty Tuesday to aggravated assault, assault with a deadly weapon and participation in criminal street gang activity. The teens were 16, 14, and 13 years old during the crimes.

Court records say the teens were members of a prominent Atlanta gang.

The Fulton County District Attorney's Office says the three shot and wounded a male delivery driver and punched a female driver in the face before stealing her wallet and car. The office says cellphone video shows one of the teens laughing about the shooting.

The oldest and youngest were sentenced to 15 years. The other teen was sentenced to 20 years.

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