Aggravated robbery involving shotgun reported in Jonesboro; Other police reports from weekend

JONESBORO, Ark. – The Jonesboro Police Department is investigating an aggravated robbery and theft report filed Sunday, May 10.

The report, released Monday, said suspects stole a wallet and pointed a shotgun at the victim. It happened between 9:40 PM and 9:50 PM Sunday night at a residence in the 1000-block of Pratt Circle in Jonesboro. Police were dispatched at 10:05 PM.

Between $700 and $1000 was stolen from the victim, the report said.

Three suspects were listed in the report. Most of the information about the suspects was masked. One was a 19-year-old male while another was a female without an age listed. The third suspect’s sex wasn’t known. A dark colored four-door passenger car was listed as the suspect vehicle.

As of 2:30 PM Monday, no one had been arrested, JPD Public Information Specialist Sally Smith said. The incident remains under investigation.


Other substantial reports filed Monday:

A suspect was accused of aggravated assault after he allegedly pulled a knife during an argument. Reported between 2:21 PM and 3:21 PM Sunday at the 700-block of Warner. It was being reviewed Monday but no arrest was listed in the report.

A 17-year-old male is accused of felony aggravated assault on a family member, a 17-year-old female, from Sunday in Jonesboro. It was reported between 11 AM and 2:15 PM at the 3600-block of Parkwood Road. The MO alleges the suspect hit and choked the victim leaving bruises and marks on the body.

An investigation is being conducted into an incident reported Sunday morning, between 7:30 AM and 8 AM, at a location masked in the report. The MO alleges the suspect entered the victim’s home, forced himself on her, groped her, then took her cell phone when she tried to call police. The crimes being investigated are misdemeanor violation of a protection order, interference with emergency communication, and felony residential burglary and rape.

A suspect was accused of pointing a handgun at family members during an argument around 10 PM Saturday night at the 500-block of Meadowbrook. A 24-year-old suspect was arrested.

A 16-year-old was arrested for aggravated assault and terroristic act, both felonies, after he allegedly shot at a house full of victims, many of which were juveniles. It happened Saturday night after 6 PM at an address on Valley Drive, redacted in the report. No injuries were reported.

A suspect is accused of threatening victims with a knife, slashing a tire of the victim, and violating a no contact order in the process. It happened after 3 PM Saturday at the 800-block of Apple Hill Cove. Daniel Doles, 46, of Jonesboro, was arrested on charges of felony aggravated assault, violation of a no contact order, and first degree criminal mischief.

A suspect was accused of cutting a victim with a box cutter before 7:30 AM Saturday at the 3000-block of Griffin Street in Jonesboro. No arrests were listed in the report.

Two adults ended up under arrest after police found them passed out in a vehicle around 2 AM Saturday at the 3000-block of South Caraway Road in Jonesboro. Police found a male and female asleep in the vehicle with two infants in the back seats laying in their car seats. They also reportedly found meth. The two adults claimed they were between homes and moving from hotel to hotel. James Edward Moody, 41, and Jennifer Rucker, 39, were arrested for felony possession of drugs and paraphernalia, two misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of a minor, and warrants.

An aggravated assault report was filed Friday after 5 PM at the 1800-block of Cedar Heights Drive. The report says the suspect assaulted the victim and was in possession of a firearm. Gerren Ray James, 36, of Jonesboro, was arrested for aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by certain persons.

 

 

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