Biggest Arrest In Crimestoppers History

It's safe to say this is probably our biggest Crimestoppers arrest.

Last week we showed you video of one of the many armed robberies that has happened in Jonesboro over the last month and thanks to last week's video, and a tip, JPD has made an arrest in the case. Jonesboro police say Dwayne Miller robbed the Kum and Go on Stadium near Race. He has been charged with aggravated robbery.

We have a Warrant Watch arrest too. Last week we featured Warrant Watch All-Star Amanda Inman for her 31 warrant rap sheet. After seeing herself on Crimestoppers she made the right move and turned herself in.

Someone burglarized the Pawn Express on East Nettleton. It happened at 2:30 in the morning but there was one set of eyes that saw it. Security video captured images of the alleged burglar. Jonesboro Police say he stole jewelry and electronics. Counting the stolen items and the damage he did to the store, it totals over $2500. If you know who this suspect is, call Crimestoppers right now and give your tip anonymously. Call 935-STOP. No one will ask your name.

We're back at the beginning of the alphabet on Warrant Watch.

William J. Anderson is a multi-county offender. JPD is after him for 11 non-payment of fines warrants. And he's also wanted out of Sharp, Lawrence and Poinsett Counties.

Here's Randy Allen. He was born on April Fool's day but his Warrant Watch appearence is no joke. Randy has 13 warrants. All of them for non-payment of fines.

Get some money by helping police find Randy Allen or William J. Anderson. Call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. You can also get your tip number by emailing Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD. Get that tip number and keep watching Crimestoppers. If you see an arrest in your case, contact Sgt. McDaniel and tell 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.