Reports released Monday by JPD
A stalking report filed on Friday indicated a woman found a tracking device installed on her vehicle. Third degree stalking is a misdemeanor.
Four suspects, all believed to be juveniles (but not known with certainty) ran out of J.C. Penney around 3 PM Friday with arms full of Nike clothing. Around $500 was stolen.
A man driving a scooter on the wrong side of the road around 7 PM Friday on Allis Street was arrested with an estimated $250 in crystal meth on his person. Kyle W. Ivy, 30, of Jonesboro, was arrested.
A man was apparently robbed at gunpoint on Friday in an incident that may have included a shot being fired, a report said. It happened around 9 PM at the 3400-block of Meador Road. Two male African American suspects attacked a 52-year-old man causing minor injuries before stealing from him. Charges being investigated included terroristic act for discharging a weapon. However, all of the details in the report were masked.
A report early Saturday indicated a man with a gun was making threats at Cedar Heights.
- A window to a vehicle was busted out sometime Friday night or Saturday morning at the 1300-block of Charles Drive. A purse was stolen from the car.
- Another unlawful vehicle entry reported around 9:30 AM Saturday at the 5600-block of Viney Creek indicated a gun was stolen out of a vehicle.
- A vehicle was broken into before 6 PM Sunday at the 2000-block of Village Drive. A gun and prescription pills were stolen.
- A handgun was stolen out of a parked vehicle between Saturday night and Sunday morning at the 3700-block of Kristi Lake Drive.
A home was reported burglarized Saturday morning at the 900-block of East Matthews.
Another burglary was reported later on Saturday evening at the 3400-block of Meadow Road. A door was broken and victim’s money stolen.
A case where an infant was brought into a local ER and died is being investigated. No other details were available.
Brickhouse bouncer shot early Sunday
A shooting incident previously reported at the Brickhouse downtown involved one of their bouncers being hit by gunfire.
Rodney C. Cline, 46, of Jonesboro, was shot in the leg sometime between 1:39 AM and 2:03 AM in front of Brickhouse, 218 South Main Street in Jonesboro, according to the police report. The police report says he was treated for a gunshot wound to the right hip area.
Witnesses said the shooting occurred in front of the door to the establishment. Shell casings were found in addition to actual bullet fragments that had impacted the sidewalk.
Authorities were told the suspect fled on foot heading east on Cate Street from Brickhouse. The report lists the suspect as a 21 year old male but almost all other details are masked.
Update: Shortly after 8:30 AM Tuesday, JPD announced an arrest had been made.
Zachary Williamson, a 21-year-old Jonesboro resident, was taken into custody around 10:30 p.m. in Batesville, Arkansas by the United States Marshals Service East Arkansas Fugitive Task Force with the assistance of officers from Jonesboro PD, Independence County Sheriff’s Department, and the Batesville PD.
He is being held at the CCDC on Battery 1st Degree and Parole Violation charges.
A man was arrested for felony third degree domestic battery (second offense) and felony endangering the welfare of a minor Sunday morning in Jonesboro. Police responded to reports of a woman screaming at about 6:15 AM to the 3000-block of Apache Drive. They arrived to find a 31-year-old female bleeding from the nose and with swelling to the head. Damarcus Jermaine Johnson, 38, of Trumann, was arrested.
Two motorcycles were reportedly stolen from the 900-block of Tony Drive, a report Sunday afternoon said. One was a 2007 Kawasaki Motorcycle and another was a blue 2001 Yamaha Motorcycle.
Catalytic converter thieves struck again over the weekend, between Friday and Sunday, at the 800-block of Cate Avenue. This time, they stole a converter off of a Salvation Army vehicle.
A robbery was reported Sunday evening at the 1600-block of Stone Road. A suspect beat up a victim and stole his bike, the report said.
A traffic stop before 1 AM Monday near Caraway and Stallings resulted in a man being arrested for having a stolen firearm, possession, contempt of court, and other violations. Tavion Demond Wells, 22, of Jonesboro, was arrested.