You have to watch close on Crimestoppers this week. Our gang of crooks have covered their faces but you could still make the ID. You are watching a breaking and entering in progres. This is security video from Hotwired car audio in Jonesboro given to Crimestoppers and JPD. You see what these theives are doing smashing a grabbing. As time went on, they got bolder coming back a second time for more. And then, one of them even comes inside the store to steal more equipment. Check out his drawers. Not only is he a thief, he's got no class. Pull up your pants and get a job! These guys made off with over $1000 in 'memphis' brand 15 and 12 inch subwoofers. Tack on a $1000 for the broken window and this a pretty big crime.
I know you couldn't see their faces, but if there was a clue that stood out to you, call Crimestoppers right now and tell police what you know. Call, 935-STOP. Your calls are anonymous and the right tip is worth cash.
On to this week's warrant watch. Ronnie Stephens Jr. goes first. He's getting on tv for 8 matters of unfinished business with the warrants department. He has 5 non-payment of fines and 3 revocation of probation warrants. Fredrick l. Smith finishes out our list this week with 5 non-payment of fines, 1 public service, and 4 revocation of probation warrants. If you can help JPD track down Fredrick Smith or Ronnie Stephens Jr, it's worth cash. Call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. When you call,you'll get a tip number. Keep it, then, watch Crimestoppers every week. 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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