Jonesboro--(KAIT) This week, we are trying to put the heat on an arsonist. Our crime of the week comes from the Craighead County Sheriff's Office.
Earlier this month, two buildings at the Nettleton High School's Agri-Department were burned down. The arsonist tried to light a third building, but failed. There's plenty of evidence at the scene to back up arson as the cause. This wasn't the first time the Nettleton Agri-Department was hit. In December, someone broke into the shop area and stole some tools, almost $1400 worth. If you have any information as to who may have done one or both of these crimes, call Crimestoppers and tell police what you know, 935-STOP.
On to warrant watch. Tommie L. Brown just reaches double digits with her list. She's on the hook for 10 warrants.
She's followed up by Billy F. Clemons. He just turned 33 last week. Let's take a look at his long list. 19 warrants, all of them for non-payment of fines.
Do you know where the cops can find Billy F. Clemons or Tommie L. Brown? If you do, it's worth a tax-free check. Call Crimestoppers with your anonymous tip, 935-STOP. Then, keep watching each week for your suspect to get the stamp. When you see it, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel and tell him your tip number. He'll tell you if your tip is worth cash. And remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers , 935-STOP.