October 31, 2006. Posted at 10:00 PM CST
The bad guys get off easy this week. We're stamp free after last week's five-arrest performance. Here's who JPD is looking for this week.
Detectives need your help to find John Hazelwood. JPD says this guy is one of three people who broke into a south Jonesboro convenience store and stole almost $4000 in cash and checks. Two people are already under arrest for this crime. They say Mr. Hazelwood will be the third.
Now they need to know where he is. If you know where police can find John Hazelwood. Call Crimestoppers anonymously, 935-STOP.
Counterfeit money keeps showing up in Jonesboro. And now, JPD is asking your help to ID another suspect. Police suspect this man of being with someone who was passing some fake $100 bills at Wal-Mart. They say the money was faked in the same way as other counterfeits that were recently seized. The 100 dollar bills are actually five dollar bills that have been 'washed'. Then, the fives are reprinted on a computer and printer to make them look like c-notes.
If you can ID this suspect, it's worth real cash. Call Crimestoppers and give police your tip, 935-STOP. You will remain anonymous.
We start off with a pair o' fives on Warrant Watch this week.
Michael T. Washburn is holding that pair of nickels. He has 5 probation violation and 5 non-payment of fines warrants out of Jonesboro.
Jonathan D. Tyler only trails him by one. He has 5 non-payment of fines and 4 probation violation warrants.
If you can lead police to Jonathan Tyler or Michael Washburn, it's worth Crimestoppers cash. Call 935-STOP. You will get a tip number to hang on to. Then keep watching Crimestoppers and 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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