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Crimestoppers - December 21, 2004

Police Say Suspects Use Computer In Making Fake Checks

    Folks in the bootheel, listen up, police tell me this week's suspects may be from your neck of the woods.  Police say the two suspects, this woman in red, and the black woman with the bright blonde hair are making checks on the computer and them using them at Wal-Mart. This video is from a Jonesboro Wal-Mart, but police tell me the same type of fake checks have been passed in Kennet, Missouri too. If you think you can finger either one of these suspects, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. Tell police what you know. You'll be given a tip number. That tip number is your ticket to cash. Hang on to it, then in two weeks, call Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD to see if your tip was a winner. If it was, cash is coming your way.

     The guys in warrants have made their list and checked it twice, here's two of the naughty, but in air fairness, they could still be nice.

    Lester C. Wilbanks, Jr. leads off the Christmas week edition of Warrant Watch. Santa Cops have him for six warrants: 3 non-payment of fines, and 3 revocation of probation.

     All Erica Toni Rios wants for Christmas is to get rid of her 10 revocation of probation warrants. If you know where to find Lester Wilbanks, Jr. or Erica Toni Rios, and want a little post-Christmas cash, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. If your tip leads to an arrest, you'll get money and you'll be on Santa's 'nice' list for next year. And remember, when you see crime, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP.

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