This week's crime of the week features a bicycle bandit. The picture isn't very clear, so watch closely. JPD detectives say this man is responsible for a series of late night car break ins back in May. They happened over on West Nettleton in Jonesboro. They say he didn't get a load of merchandise out of the vehicles. He is suspected of breaking and entering. If you think you can get an ID out of this fuzzy picture, call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. If your tip leads to an arrest, it's worth cash.
On Warrant Watch this week, we're trying to clean up 24 different warrants and a theft we showed you last week.
Anthony J. Thomas spreads his warrants out pretty well. He has one hot check warrant, 2 summons, and 9 offenses for traffic violations. Reginald Lewis will have a birthday next week, and he may just celebrate it with 'the stamp'. He gets one line for his 12 non-payment of fines warrants. And get this Jonesboro police also say that Mr. Lewis is the suspect we showed you last week stealing a pair of tv's from Wal-Mart so he gets the double-whammy on Crimestoppers!
Do you know where Reginald Lewis or Anthony J. Thomas can be found? If so, it's worth cash money. Call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP and tell police what you know. You'll get a tip number. Keep it, and keep watching Crimestoppers. If you see an arrest in your case, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD 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.
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