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Crimestoppers - January 13, 2004

$10,000 For The Right Tip

One crime, one monster reward: 10 thousand dollars. It happened at Jelks Chrysler in Jonesboro. The dealership, which has just been sold, was hit over the weekend of January 3-4. The suspects entered through the back door, prying it open. Then, detectives believe, they covered up the windows of the garage doors with cardboard and went to town.

There seems to be no real pattern to what was stolen: an air conditioning unit was taken, so were some bookshelves and a TV. They left the parts department a disaster, tearing into box after box, taking some parts and leaving others. Frank Fletcher, who bought the dealership, is offering ten thousand dollars for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.

If you have that ten thousand dollar tip, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. You will remain anonymous and if your tip comes though, it may be worth ten thousand dollars. Time for WARRANT WATCH and a pair of suspects who total over 30 warrants.

Brenda Viola Moore has::

  • 13 hot check warrants
  • 4 non-payment of fines warrants
  • 5 revocation of probation warrants
  • 1 felony fail to appear warrant.

Michael Holbrook has:

  • 3 non-payment of fines
  • 5 revocation of probation warrants

. If you know where police can locate Brenda Moore or Michael Holbrook, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. Remember, when you see crime, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP.

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