Here are our suspects for this week caught on tape at Kum and Go in Jonesboro. Detectives at JPD tell Crimestoppers these women are suspected of using a stolen debit card. According to records from the bank and JPD, the stolen card was used four times at local convenience stores. In all, these ladies are suspected of racking up $200 in unauthorized purchases. If you think you can make the ID, please call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP.
Warrant Watch time. Let's go with the man with 14 warrants, Gerald E. Campbell. Here's his list, he has 7 non-payment of fines and 7 revocation of probation warrants.
Ricky G. Carter follows up with 14 warrants of his own. Right now, JPD would like to get him to follow through on his 4 public service warrants and do something about his 10 warrants for writing hot checks.
A check that won't bounce is what you'll get if you turn in Ricky G. Carter or Gerald E. Campbell. To do it, call Crimestoppers right now 935-STOP. When you call, you'll get a tip number. Then, keep watching Crimestoppers to see if there is an arrest in your case. If you see me give your suspect the stamp, call Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD and tell him your tip number. He will tell you how to get your cash. Give 'em a call, and remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.
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