Two robberies over two days at two Sonic locations; Mayoral candidate’s truck stolen; More reports from Wednesday and Thursday

Reports released Wednesday

There’s been several reports, sometimes each day, in Jonesboro detailing car tires slashed, vehicle’s vandalized, or license plates being stolen. One such incident was reported at the 1700-block of Westwood Drive Monday night into Tuesday morning.

A residential burglary happened sometime between October 9 and Tuesday morning at the 4900-block of Prospector Drive where an oven, microwave, dishwasher, and range cord were stolen out of a home under construction.

More catalytic converter thefts were reported between October 9 and Wednesday morning from the 2500-block of Alexander Drive.

A report said that suspects attacked a victim and pointed a gun at him around 1 PM near the intersection of Bradley and Culberhouse. The report said two African American male suspects pulled up in a silver car, began punching a man in front of several witnesses, and fled the scene.

A residential burglary was reported on Tuesday between 8 AM and 6:47 PM  at the 1600-block of Courtney Cove.

A report around 9:12 PM Tuesday night at the 1700-block of Irby Street alleged that a suspect held his girlfriend hostage and hit her repeatedly in the face and head. Tyler Howard, 32, of Jonesboro, was arrested for kidnapping, battering, and an out of town warrant.

Just before 10 PM Tuesday night at the 1200-block of East Johnson Avenue, the Sonic Drive-In was robbed by a suspect brandishing a firearm. The suspect was described as an African American male about 5’8″ tall and weighing 160 pounds with a medium build. Over $1,100 in cash was stolen from the business.

A candidate for mayor in Jonesboro reported his truck stolen on Wednesday. At 12:23 AM, police responded to the 100-block of South Church Street in reference to a report of a stolen vehicle. Complainant Tom Elwood stated that around 11:30 PM, he parked his green 1998 Dodge Ram in the southeast corner of the parking lot. He did not lock the vehicle and it could be started without a key. In the bed of the truck were election signs with his name on them. The vehicle has been entered into NCIC as stolen.

A report says an aggravated residential burglary took place between 5:30 AM and 7:23 AM Wednesday at the 900-block of Culberhouse Avenue. Suspects kicked in a back door and stuck a gun in a victim’s face while demanding money.

Reports released Thursday

A white 2014 Ford Explorer was stolen Tuesday night into Wednesday morning from the 800-block of Belt Street.

An unknown suspect broke into a business at the 200-block of Harry Drive sometime between Tuesday around noon and Wednesday morning at 12:30 AM. The suspect also cut a fence and broke into a vehicle, stealing items.

A residential burglary happened between Monday and Wednesday at the 3700-block of School Street in which a 70 inch TV and an arcade were stolen.

A tractor trailer theft from July valued at $32,000 was reported by a complainant from Houston, Texas.

Someone broke into a vehicle at the 300-block of South Main Street, a report filed around 5:17 PM Wednesday said. Items including credit cards were stolen.

A suspect was arrested with 10.1 grams of suspected meth in three plastic baggies, netting a possession of meth with intent to deliver charge. Hany Elbahga, 40, of Jonesboro, was arrested between 3 and 4 PM near the intersection of S. Culberhouse and W. Huntington, according to a police report.

A second robbery at Sonic was reported around 10 PM Wednesday, this time at the 700-block of Gee Street. A suspect described as an African American male between the ages of 17 and 27 robbed a car hop with what appeared to be a semi automatic pistol with a silver slide.

According to a relative of the victim, the suspect put the gun to her stomach when robbing her.

Several photos of the suspect were provided to NEA Report. If you know who this person may be, contact JPD at 870-935-5657.

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  1. Amazing isn’t it? I didn’t truly realize exactly what was happening here in Jungleboro until I began viewing this webpage. The more I pray for this community, the worse things get.
    However, God himself has been preparing me for something far worse for sixteen years now! Even though He forbids me to carry a weapon, it isn’t such a bad idea for others to consider! My weapon of choice is a sword, the Sword of the Spirit… Let him who understands this, acknowledge this, and gird your loins for battle.The enemy is at the gates!

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