Big Week For Arrests On Crimestoppers

We need some extra ink this week; four arrests.

Last week, we asked for an ID of this woman. Her name is Doris Williams. She has been arrested for 2nd degree forgery.

We have a clean sweep on warrant watch too. Christina Bradway made the list last week for her 14 hot check warrants. This week, she gets the stamp.

Bradway's running mate last week was Valerie Blake. She had 14 warrants too. After seeing herself on Ccrimestoppers, she turned herself in.

And then there's Carl Miller from way back in July. He had 7 warrants. Five months later he gets one stamp.

That's 35 warrants and a felony arrest this week. Good job calling in those tips.

Don't stop now. This week on warrant watch we're after Ronald S. Tennison. This 36 year old has a dozen warrants. Seven hot checks and 5 warrants for failing to appear. Natalie Barnes is up next. She's only 19 and already off to a bad start in the warrants department. Her problem appears to be bouncing checks. She has 7 warrants for writing hot checks.

Do you know where police can find Natalie Barnes or Ronald Tennison? if so, call Crimestoppers and let police know. Call 935-STOP if you're local, 888-566-STOP if you aren't. You'll get a tip number. Hang on to it and keep watching Crimestoppers. If you see an arrest in your case, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD and give him your tip number. He'll tell you if it's worth some Crimestoppers cash. Give 'em a call. And remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.