In the movies, the bad guys always wear a black hat and that's who we're looking for on Crimestoppers this week, the man in the black hat. Jonesboro Police say this guy tried to use a stolen credit card to buy thousands of dollars in electronics. He went to the register several times trying to cash in on the stolen card. He tried to buy 66-hundred dollars in stuff. It didn't work. Then he tried almost 3 thousand. Luckily the card didn't go through. Eventually, it did ring up a couple of ipods. Total value, just over $250. We never get a great look at his face, but check out the black cap. This logo isn't for a sports team. We think it may be a skateboarding logo. If you think you can ID our man in the black hat, call Crimestoppers right now 935-STOP. You will remain anonymous and if your tip leads to an arrest, it's worth cash.
You can run, but you can't run fast enough to get away from Crimestoppers. I say that because Sedrick D. Haskins has tried. In addition to his nine non-payment of fines warrants he has a warrant for fleeing. He tops it all off with three fail to appears.
Talisa S. Grimes follows with ten warrants of her own. She has one non-payment of fines and nine failure to appear warrants out of JPD.
Want some cash? tell police where to find Talisa S. Grimes or Sedrick D. Haskins and get it call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP. When you call, you'll get a tip number. Put it somewhere safe and keep watching Crimestoppers. Then, if you see an arrest in your case, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD and give him that tip number. He'll tell you how to get your cash. That's how you stay anonymous. Give 'em a call. And remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.
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