$5000 In Computers Walks Out The Front Door

Last week we showed you this video saying this guy was suspected of using a debit card that was stolen. He saw himself on Crimestoppers and turned himself in. His name is Jonathan Smithee and he is charged with breaking and entering.

$5000 in computers just walked out the front door. Literally. We have two suspects in this crime. Take a look at the first. Jonesboro Police say this man and this man loaded up 8 HP computers and four monitors and just walked out the front door of Wal-Mart with them. Here's the video of them loading up. Police believe they are working together. Later in the video police say the two met up in the parking lot to consolidate the computers. Take another look. If either one of these suspects looks familiar to you it could be a pretty handsome reward. Got a tip for us? if so, call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. No one will ask your name. You are completely anonymous.

Time for a Crimestoppers quickie. On June 3rd, someone did over $10,000 in damage at RazorRock materials in Jonesboro. The person or persons involved smashed computers and trashed the office. The oddest thing they did was pouring acid on a conveyor belt and a control panel for the conveyor belt. If you know anything about this crime call Crimestoppers 935-STOP.

On Warrant Watch this week, two guys, 21 warrants.

Here's Johnny! Johnny R. Fletcher goes first. He has 9 non-payment of fines warrants out of jpd.

Rodney W. Walker follows up that warrant watch performance with an even bigger tally. He has 12 non-payment of fines warrants. Tell police where to find Rodney Walker or Johnny Fletcher and get some cash. Call 935-STOP and get your tip number. You can also e-mail Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD. Remember, no one will ask for your name. Give 'em a call, and remember when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.