Jonesboro police are still looking for the man who robbed a Jonesboro convenience store. On Tuesday, JPD released video of the robbery. It happened over the weekend at the Jordan's at Nettleton and Highland. Remember, in the video, you see the suspect actually confront the clerk outside the store, forcing him back inside. You never see a weapon in the video. The clerk said in the report he didn't see one either, but the suspect indicated he had one.
She's already been accused of getting in minor car accidents just to get a check from the insurance companies. Now, Franchesica Williams of Jonesboro has been arrested on a felony failure to appear warrant for missing a court date related to those charges. Friday in Craighead County District Court, Judge Tommy Fowler charged Williams with four counts of fraudulent insurance acts and three counts of theft.
Jonesboro police are giving the public a new look at an armed robbery that happened at the Citgo station on South Caraway on April 6. The video shows the suspect load his weapon as he walks up to the counter. He spent just about one minute in the store during the hold-up. No shots were fired. Something else you’ll notice in the video is that a customer pulled up to the store just as the suspect was running out. It's been almost a week since this happened.
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