Fans of the stamp, I am about to shout it out for the 400th time. In just over five years, thanks to you Crimestoppers now has 400 arrests. And we aren't hitting this mark on some small-time crime. Jason White is an accused killer. Jonesboro Police say he was the trigger man in last month's robbery and murder of 30 year old Patrick Colquit. It was a Crimestoppers tip to JPD that led to White's capture by U.S. Marshalls in St. Louis. More proof that ever that Crimestoppers works.
Now, to our crime of the week. Nine i-pods were recently stolen from the Wal-Mart on Parker Road. Here are the two suspects. Detectives at JPD want to know who these two are. Wal-Mart security and JPD suspect the two of working to steal 9 ipods. At $250 a pop, it's a over $2000 in goods. Take another gander at our suspects. If you know either one of them, it's worth cash. Call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.
Warrant Watch time. Ol' Randy Wilson Jr. starts us off tonight. He has 13 non payment of fines warrants.
Billy R. Williams makes his second warrant watch appearance. He has 7 non payment of fines, 1 non-compliance, and 4 public service warrants. If you can lead police to Randy Wilson Jr. or Billy R. Williams, cash could be headed your way. Call Crimestoppers 935-STOP. Calling that number will get you a tip number. Keep it and keep watching Crimestoppers. If you see your suspect get 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. It's that easy. Give them a call, and remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.