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Crimestoppers With Craig Rickert- September 14, 2004

Suspect, Friend, Caught On Tape

     Someone is getting a little too good at making fake checks on the computer. Police would like to know the identity of these two men. The man in back is suspected of trying to cash a fake payroll check at Wal-Mart. The man in front did not attempt to cash the forged check but, according to police, he did enter and leave the store with the suspect. If you can identify either one of these men, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. You'll get a tip number. Then after a couple of weeks, you call sgt. Steve McDaniel to see if your tip has been approved for payment. It's that easy. Give us a call. 935-STOP.

     Here is our next batch of Warrant Watchees.

Dennis B. Poe Jr. has:

  • 15 non-payment of fines

Latoria S. Payne has:

  • 5 non-payment of fines
  • 2 fail to appear
  • She is also wanted for questioning in several forgeries.

     If you know where police can find Dennis Poe Jr., or Latoria Payne, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. You can even call toll-free, 888-566-STOP. We don't use caller ID, we don't tape your calls. You are completely anonymous. Just call us and tell us what you know. If your tip results in an arrest, cash is headed your way. Give us a call. And remember, when you see crime, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP.

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