Making Money By Making Change

Here's a new one to Crimestoppers; a quick change artist.

Police and Wal-Mart Security say this is the man that took the world's largest retailer for $650 dollars. He just kept asking for change from the clerk, and she just kept giving it out.

If you work in retail, you need to be aware of scams like this. JPD beleives he unsuccessfully tried the same scam at a Wal-Mart in Paragould.

If you think you can ID this suspect, call Crimestoppers right now and tell police what you know, your calls are anonymous and they could be worth cash.

There is a total of 15 warrants out and about on Warrant Watch this week. Let's get started with Pamela L. Coleman. The guys in warrants want to check her seven 7 non-payment of fines warrants o off their list.

Eric R. Chamberlain can do Pam one better. He has 8 non-payment of fines warrants out of JPD.

If you can lead police to Eric Chamberlin or Pamela Coleman call Crimestoppers right now and tell police what you know. Call 935-STOP or toll free, 888-566-STOP to get your tip number. Then, keep watching Crimestoppers to see if there is an arrest in your case. If there is, 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.