Now a crimestoppers update. Last week we asked you for an ID on this suspect. She is suspected of using fake prescriptions to get powerful painkillers. Police say this is her, Naomi Watson. Now, two felony bench warrants have been issued for her arrest. One for fraud to obtain drugs, the other for forgery. If you know where Naomi Watson is, call Crimestoppers and let police know. 935-STOP.
Now, to a slippery crime of the week. We have no suspects, just a truck in a place it has no reason to be. Here is some security video from the back of the Wal-Mart on Parker Road. Detectives at JPD have reason to believe this truck was used to steal 300 gallons of used cooking oil. It's not a huge crime. The oil's value is only $600. But there is reason to believe that whoever is doing this has tried to do it in other locations. If you know who the truck belongs to, call Crimestoppers right now and make your tip. 935-STOP.
Warrant Watch goes alphabetical this week. Ball and Bell.
Keep your eye out for Jonnie W. Ball. This 51 year-old has a pretty long list of warrants. 14 of them. He has 1 failure to appear and 13 non-payment of fines warrants out of JPD.
Here's Henry D. Bell. He chimes in with 14 warrants of his own. All of them for non-payment of fines. Here's another look at Bell and Ball. If you can lead police to either of them, it's worth some confidential cash. Call Crimestoppers right now, 935-STOP. You call will get you a tip number. Hang on to it and keep watching crimestoppers every week. If you see me give your suspect the stamp, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel at JPD and tell him your tip number. He'll tell you how to get your cash. Give them a call, and remember, when you see crime. Call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.