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A Tri-Fecta of Stamps!

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - We are stamp crazy this week.   Get ready for a tri-fecta of stampination.

First, from last week, it's the mystery man, Larry Joe Garrett.  He's the one caught on tape stealing flat screen tvs from Wal-Mart... Allegedly.

Thanks to a Crimestoppers tipster, he has been caught.  Wal-Mart loss prevention and JPD believe this arrest has put a stop to a huge amount of thefts.  They say over the years, he has stolen over $15,000 from Wal-Mart.  So this stamp is long overdue....Stamp him!

Here's our next stamp.  Beam me up Scotty!

Scotty Morris is our next stampee.  Craighead County investigators say Morris was one of two men caught on security video at a business called ATG Inc.  They say he stole some welding equipment.  Thanks to a tip, he's been caught.  He is charged with breaking and entering and two counts of theft.  Stamp him!

And our final stamp this week goes to the very young looking Jacob Terrell.  Stamp him!

It's ladies' night on warrant watch, and this pair has a staggering amount of warrants.

Danielle O. Clark looks like she has long list, but wait!  She only has 11 non payment of fines warrants and 8 revocation of probation warrants out of JPD.

She's got nothing on Patricia A. Craig.  Check out this list: 18 non payment of fines, 4 revocation of probation, 1 failure to appear and 2 public service warrants.  Several of those warrants are out of Craighead County.

Turn 'em in and get cash.  If you know where to find Danielle O. Clark or Patricia A. Craig, call Crimestoppers and let police know.  Call now, 935-STOP (7867).

When you call, you'll get a tip number.  Keep it!  Then, watch Crimestoppers every week.  If you see me give your suspect the stamp, 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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