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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

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Posted By on Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 10:19 AM

The LRPD sends around several news releases this morning from the mean streets -- one about the shooting of a McDonald's employee who tried to intervene to protect a woman in a domestic dispute. The other is about an arrest in the mugging of City Director Joan Adcock. Also, there's a notice about an effort to solve the slaying of a convenience store clerk a year ago.

LRPD RELEASES

1.               2008- 98811 – BATTERY 1ST (GUN)

SUSPECT – PERRY KENNON, B/M, 1-10-1981, 1454 COLLEGE STREET ,

                    
CONWAY, ARKANSAS

VICTIM – NIGEL HASKETT, B/M, 2-24-1986, 1707 EDMAR DRIVE , PINE

                  BLUFF,
ARKANSAS

INCIDENT DATE/ TIME – 8-26-2008 AT 1722 HOURS

INCIDENT LOCATION – 10201 N. RODNEY PARHAM (MCDONALDS)

Officers responded to McDonalds on a shooting just occurred call and located Nigel Haskett who was suffering from a gunshot wound to his upper torso.  Haskett was transported to
Baptist
Hospital by MEMS and is listed in critical condition.  Detectives also responded and interviewed several witnesses who advised that Perry Kennon and Jessica Canady, the mother of his 2 children, were involved in a physical altercation inside McDonalds.  Haskett, who is an employee, came to Canady’s aid and pulled Kennon off of her.  Haskett and Kennon then began to fight.  They fought their way out of McDonalds onto the parking lot, at which time Kennon pulled out a gun and shot Haskett in the upper torso, then fled the area in a vehicle before officers arrived.  Warrants for Battery 1st Degree were obtained for Kennon’s arrest.

2.               2008- 92107 – AGGRAVATED ROBBERY, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT  

SUSPECT – MERCEDES WOODS, B/F, 7-22-1990, #9 DEE COURT

VICTIM – JOAN ADCOCK, W/F, 2-9-1940, 6806 MABELVALE PIKE

INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 8-9-2008 AT 1910 HOURS

INCIDENT LOCATION – 8424 GEYER SPRINGS

ARREST DATE/TIME – 8-26-2008 AT 0830 HOURS

ARREST LOCATION – 5313 BASELINE #109

Officers responded to a strong arm robbery at 8424 Geyer Springs and made contact with Joan Adcock.  Adcock advised that she was approached on the parking lot of the Kroger store by a black female, 5’3” – 5’4”, 120-130 pounds , approximate early 20’s and wearing a white blouse and blue jean shorts.  The female asked Adcock for directions to Bowman Road .  When she began to give the female subject directions, a white Chevrolet Caprice with no tags, no hubcaps and un-tinted windows, and occupied by 2 black males pulled up to them.  The female subject then lunged for Adcock’s purse and pushed her to the ground when she wouldn’t let go.  Brandon Kelly, with Central Defense Security, observed the incident and attempted to stop the vehicle.  At that time, the female subject pulled a gun on him. 

On 8-25-2008, Officers obtained information on a possible suspect name of Mercedes Woods.  Warrants were obtained for Woods arrest.

On 8-26-2008, Woods was arrested and served the warrants for Aggravated Robbery and Aggravated Assault, then transported to the Pulaski County Regional Jail Southside.

ALSO

On August 27, 2007 Waverly Jones was shot and killed while working at a small convenience store at 821 Daisy Bates Dr . The store is across the street from Philander Smith College . The family of Mr. Jones will hold a press conference today (August 27, 2008) at 11:00 am to provide new information about the homicide and ask for help in solving the case. They will hold this event at the location of the Homicide on Daisy Bates. Levenia Jones, the victim’s sister, will be speaking for the family. Attached is a copy of the Homicide report.


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