JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - We have now hit 350 Crimestoppers arrests. Yeah! It feels good.
A few weeks ago, we showed you two women and said they were suspected of using a stolen credit card. One of them is getting the stamp for it. The other isn't getting charged with this crime.
Her name is Jessica Nicole Vaughan (Photo A). She has been charged with fraudulent use of a credit or debit card. She also had warrants. Now, she gets a stamp!
Jonesboro Police are seeking two armed robbery suspects.
Bench warrants have been issued for Mar-Trevis Norman and Justin C. Bradley Junior (Photo B). JPD says they are suspects in three different armed robberies that occured at a Jonesboro apartment complex earlier this month. Once again, police consider them armed and dangerous. If you see them, do not approach them. Call Crimestoppers safely and anonymously at 935-7867 (STOP).
It's not good when the bank calls and tells you you've overdrawn your account. For this week's victim, at least he can say it's not his fault!
That's because Wal-Mart security and JPD say these two men (Photo C) used the victim's check book big time! According to the bank and Wal-Mart reciepts, the victim's account was charged over $500. Detectives at JPD say these are the two who did it. If you think you can make the ID, it's worth Crimestoppers cash. Call 935-7867 (STOP).
We have a two-timer on warrant watch this week.
Ryan Viets (Photo D) makes his return to warrant watch with nine warrants to show off. All nine of them are for failing to appear. Eight of them are from Jonesboro, the ninth is out of Sharp County.
Up next, Anthony Tribble (Photo E). He's no stranger to racking up the warrants. He's got 13 of them, 5 for for contempt of court and 8 revocation of probation warrants. Here's the part where you get a second look at Anthony Tribble and Ryan Viets. If you know where police can find them, call Crimestoppers right now 935-7867 (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 them a call and remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.