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Crimestoppers - June 28, 2005

Suspect Puts Knife To Pregnant Woman

     It takes a special kind of criminal to threaten a pregnant woman with a knife. And according to Jonesboro Police, that's exactly what happened Monday night. This is security video from the Express Mart at the corner of Gee and Washington. Watch as the man in the camoflauged cap comes behind the counter and pulls out a small knife in his right hand, threatening the pregnant clerk. He cleans out the register and takes off.

   Unfortunately, we never get a good look at his face. If you think you got a good enough look to ID this suspect, call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. No one will ask your name, you are completely anonymous. Just tell police what you know, it could be worth cash.

   Brandon Jake Scott is only 21 years old and already he has an impressive list of warrants. Brandon is sitting on a dozen warrants, all of them for failing to appear.

   He's teamed up with Charles L Campbell. Charles has his 9 warrants spread out pretty well. 6 revocation of probation, 2 non-payment of fines and 1 failure to appear warrant. If you can lead police to Charles Campbell or Brandon Scott, get on the phone and let Crimestoppers know about it. Call 935-STOP and tell police what you know. It could be worth cash. Give Crimestoppers a call, and remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.

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