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Looking For Murder Suspect

   We like to poke fun from time to time on Crimestoppers, but we can't do it this week. This week, we need you help to find a suspected killer.

    Here he is, Wilson Pete Jarmon. He's known on the streets of Blytheville as "Pistol Pete".  Jonesboro Police have issued two warrants for his arrest; one for capital murder, the other for aggravated robbery. Both of these possible charges stem from the murder of Jessie Jenkins last November. Police beleive he has contacts in the bootheel, specifically, around Hayti Missouri. They think he may be lurking around there. If you know where police can find Wilson Pete Jarmon, CALL CRIMESTOPPERS safely and anonymously, 935-STOP OR TOLL FREE, 888-566-STOP. No one will ask your name. Just tell police what you know, it could be worth a very generous reward.

    Here's who we're looking for on WARRANT WATCH this week, starting with Jamie L. Knight. She has 6 failure to appear warrants out of JPD. Her partner this week is Tracy Hollis. Tracy is also a "fail to appear" specialist.  She has one more fail to appear than Jamie Knight with seven. If you know where police can locate Jamie Knight or Tracy Hollis, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. CRIMESTOPPERS does not use caller ID, your call is not recorded, just tell police what you know, it could be worth cash. And remember, when you see crime, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP.

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