JONESBORO, Ark. – On May 2nd around 9:30 am officers of the Jonesboro Police Department were sent to the area close to Trinity Railcar in reference to a suspicious vehicle. Officers arriving on the scene located a truck that was completely destroyed by fire.
Upon investigation it was found that a person was in the vehicle during the fire. The death is being listed as suspicious at this time. The body will be sent to the state medical examiner to determine the cause of death. The name of the deceased will not be released until the family is notified. This investigation will be a collaborative effort with the Jonesboro Police Department, Jonesboro Fire Department and the Craighead County Coroner’s Office.
Anyone who may have been in the area of Barnhill Road since Saturday April 28th who may have information on the incident please call 870-935-STOP or the Jonesboro Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at 870-935-6710.
Featured photo, press release submitted by Sgt. Lyle Waterworth, JPD.
Do any other readers find it disturbing that this seems to be the only site reporting the endless violent crimes in Jonesboro? Our family lives in what is supposed to be a “good” neighborhood in Valley View but has an endless parade of people of all ages and ethnicity attacking (physically and verbally) each other and anyone they think might not be able to defend themselves. All the crimes I’m seeing in these articles are being done and promised to be done. Everything too overwhelming for the prosecutor’s office seems to be reduced to a misdemeanor. Curfew is not enforced. People are allowing the perverts in Hollywood to brainwash their children and, by example, teach their children to lead criminal lives. We’ve begun searching for a better place. Jonesboro is too far gone to rescue. Especially with those who could improve things refusing to do so. What happened to the churches in Jonesboro? I don’t blame the police; between the criminals of all ages and the parents breeding more of them all the time the police are far outnumbered and restrained by the higher-ups.