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Crimestoppers - April 5, 2005

Looking For A Pair Of Warrant Watch Suspects

    We've got a full boat on Warrant Watch this week.

   Janice Hewitt is one warrant shy of all-star status. She's sittin' pretty with 19 revocation of probation warrants out of Jonesboro.

   That makes Ronnie L. Miles look better although, he's still on Crimestoppers. He has 4 failure to appear warrants out of Jonesboro.

   If you know where police can find Janice Hewitt or Ronnie Miles, CALL CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. The police will give you a number for your tip. Hang on to it! then, keep watching Crimestoppers to see if an arrest is made in your case. If it is, call Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD to see it was your tip that cracked the case. If it was, it's worth cash. Give crimestoppers a call, and remember, when you see crime, CALL CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP.

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