Store robbed at gunpoint; Man arrested for pointing gun in fight; Other reports released Friday by JPD

A Jonesboro Police Department patrol car. Photo by Stan Morris.

Reports released Friday by JPD detail a Dollar General robbery, several alleged aggravated assault, and more that kept police busy as the week winded down.

A report indicates someone vandalized a 2011 Chevy Malibu by putting ketchup all over the vehicle. The incident was reported between 8:30 PM and 9:30 PM Wednesday at the 3400-block of Dayton Ave.

  • A vehicle break-in was reported Thursday morning at the 200-block of Sun Circle.
  • A vehicle break-in was reported before 6 AM Friday at the 1900-block of Leigh
  • The rear passenger window of a vehicle was broken between Thursday night and Friday morning at the 300-block of N. Fisher Street.

A report on Thursday indicates an alleged victim discovered a loan obtained in their name illegally from back in July. The report says a suspect used the victim’s social security number to get the loan.

A Thursday afternoon report indicates a suspect fraudulently obtained a $2,000 payment from a victim’s credit card.

A report Thursday afternoon alleges a suspect pulled up to a victim and pointed a gun at the victim as they walked along the roadway. It was reported between 2 PM and 2:30 PM at the intersection of Race and Red Wolf Boulevard. The suspect’s name and ID were masked, with the only details visible being that he was a 32-year-old black male with longer hair, 5’8″, 210 pounds, medium build and brown eyes. The suspect was known to the alleged victim. The suspect left the scene in a red Chrysler passenger car.

A road rage incident reported after 5 PM Thursday at I-555 and Washington Avenue allegedly involved a suspect waving a gun during the tense incident. The man did not point the gun at the victim, per the report. No arrests or charges were listed.

A Thursday night fight led to an aggravated assault arrest at the 1100-block of South Culberhouse. Police were dispatched to a fight that happened between 7:25 PM and 8:11 PM. A suspect allegedly pointed a gun at a 17-year-old male victim. Travis Pope, 21, of Blytheville, was arrested.

An aggravated robbery case was under investigation Thursday night after an incident at Dollar General, 5900-block of East Johnson Avenue. The report said a suspect came, pointed a gun, and stole money. Two victims were at the store; 19 and 21 year-old females. One of the victims told police there was a silver car parked in the lot when she pulled up to the store. She observed a black male run out of the store and point a handgun at her, telling her not to say anything. Multiple different bills were reported stolen.

A 5-year-old called 911 to report a man attacking his mother early Friday around 2 AM. The man had allegedly pushed the woman to the ground, causing her to hit her head. Marvel Lewis, 38, was arrested for domestic battering and violating a no contact order. He was also found to have an active FTA warrant.

An early Friday traffic stop resulted in a felony arrest for several charges after the suspect tried to flee, a report said. Around 4:29 AM near Medallion Circle/Medallion Drive, Jeffery A. Vaulner was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia (felony), felony absconding, and misdemeanors for possession, improper equipment and fleeing.

 

 



2 Comments

  1. Incredible isn’t it? I mean really, everyday it seems that crime’s are committed here! Pulling a gun on people, especially during the middle of the day?!?! Robbing convenient stores for a few dollars?!?! Shoot these idiots and these incidents will certainly taper off! I mean seriously, conceal carry permits are not that expensive to obtain.
    If you see somebody breaking into your vehicle, shoot their ass! Arm the clerk’s at the different stores, and train them properly how to defend themselves.

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