Let's get to our crime of the week. Jonesboro Police say these two men are short-change artists. JPD says they bought one item and when the clerk made change they went into their schtick, putting down more bills, and asking for change for them. It's a con game that confuses the clerk and nets the con artist big money. In this case, police say buying one little thing of hand gel netted them $290.
If you know who either of these men are, call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP.
Say "hello" to this week's Warrant Watchees. This is Jennifer Lee Grady. She's on the hook for 1 hot check warrant, 8 fail to appears and she's also wanted by the cops in Greene and Poinsett Counties for hot check violations.
Michael A. Dowdy is a double-digit winner. He has 14 skeletons in his closet. 10 non-payment of fines and 1 revocation of probation, and 3 contempt of court warrants.