Man reports battery by suspects who then killed his dog; Plus other reports released on Wednesday

JONESBORO, Ark. – A man reported a battery Tuesday evening at Team Clean on Southwest Drive that involved the suspects killing his dog.

It happened after 10 PM Tuesday at 726 Southwest Drive. The report, which is mostly masked due to being under investigation, says suspects “battered victim, stole and killed his dog, and drove through a privacy fence.”

Police responded to a shots heard and possible assault call at approximately 10:30 PM.

Four suspects are listed in the report but none are identified to the public. The suspect vehicle is a maroon Chevy Tahoe.

No arrests have been made, the report said.


Other police reports released Wednesday

More unemployment fraud reports were filed with police. Many of the victims are employed. One woman said benefits had been paid out since March while she was employed the entire time.

A woman was arrested Tuesday morning for shoplifting about $100 worth of miscellaneous items from Walmart on Harrisburg Road.

A vehicle break-in happened overnight Monday/early Tuesday at the 500-block of Allen Avenue. A passenger side window was broken out and a wallet was stolen from inside.

Temple Baptist Church was the latest victim of a catalytic converter thief. The theft itself was believed to have happened between June 9 and June 10.

A suspect was alleged to have threatened to shoot up an apartment Tuesday afternoon at the 200-block of N. Rogers Street. No arrests listed.

A vehicle break-in was reported sometime between early Tuesday and Tuesday afternoon at the 1800-block of Belt Street. The report indicated a robbery charge but didn’t specify how that originated. The report said suspects entered a vehicle and stole items.

A report filed Tuesday evening around 9 PM at the 1800-block of Self Circle indicated a domestic battery and theft. The report said a suspect struck a victim and took property.

Unknown suspects could face felony charges after a report filed early Wednesday indicated shots from a BB gun being fired at a victim which caused injury. It happened at the 2400-block of High Street with the suspects in an orange, hard-top 4-door passenger car. The 19-year-old male victim had red marks on his wrist and back from the BB pellets. However, shooting at someone and causing physical injury constitutes felony terroristic act charges.

A traffic accident with injury resulted in several pounds of marijuana being found by police. Around 1:12 AM, Officer Tanner Huff responded to McDonalds where several other officers were already on the scene. A vehicle was involved in an accident that left one of the passengers trapped inside. As officers approached the car, they could see loose marijuana all over the inside of the wrecked vehicle. There were also still-bagged quantities of pot in the vehicle. Authorities believe the wreck was a DWI accident. Jason Cannon, 39, of Lake City, was arrested on charges that included felony possession with intent to deliver.

Someone found a set of keys in the middle of Caraway Road by the police department. Come to JPD to claim.

A felony case of mail theft was reported on Wednesday to JPD. A man said $2,500 in jewelry was stolen from the mail on June 20 at the 1400-block of West Huntington.

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