Jonesboro--She's out there buying stuff with stolen checks like there's no tomorrow. Check out this video from Hay's grocery stores and JPD. Detectives working this case want you to i-d the blonde woman in the black and white coat. According to police, she is buying some groceries with checks that were reported stolen. So far, over $1000 worth has been forged at grocery stores in Jonesboro, Paragould and Imboden. In this case, we got lucky. In watching the video, it looks like the clerk is suspicous and sends our suspect over to the customer service counter. That decision gave us a very good look at the suspect. JPD detectives beleive that an i-d on this woman could solve more than some forgeries. It could also solve a theft and a home burglary. That makes a good tip on our suspect worth that much more. If you know who she is, call Crimestoppers with your anonymous tip. 935-STOP.
This week on Warrant Watch, it's Chappell's show. Gregory W. Chappell gets us started with 16 warrants. 9 non-payment of fines and 7 public service warrants. Nine of those are from Jonesboro, the remaining seven are from Craighead County.
30 year old Sabrina Gamber has a longer list than Chappell. Check it out. She has 8 non-payment of fines and 9 revocation of probation warrants out of JPD. If you know where police can find either one of these warrant watchees, Gerory Chappell or Sabrina Gamber, it's worth cash money. Call now and get your tip number, 935-STOP. Then, keep watching each week for your suspect to get the stamp. When you see it, call or email Sgt. Steve McDaniel and tell him your tip number. He'll tell you if your tip is worth cash. And remember, when you see crime, call Crimestoppers, 935-STOP.
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