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Monday, August 10, 2009

Dragnet LR

Posted By on Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 1:53 PM

An afternoon report from the LRPD brings reports of three people shot in two separate incidents and -- good news -- arrest of a man suspected of home intrusion robberies.

1.              2009-90963 – BATTERY 1ST DEGREE 

SUSPECT – UNKNOWN B/M
VICTIM – CAROLINE WINFIELD, B/F, 8-3-88, 5201 GEYER SPRINGS, APT. XX

VICTIM – BRANDON WILLIAMS, B/M, 3-10-86, 5201 GEYRE SPRINGS, APT. XX
INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 8-9-2009, 0013 HOURS
INCIDENT LOCATION – 5201 GEYER SPRINGS
 
On 8-9-2009, at approximately 0013 hours, officers responded to a shooting at 5201 Geyer Springs.  Upon arrival they found Caroline Winfield and her boyfriend, Brandon Williams, suffering from gunshot wounds.  Both victims stated that a black male approached them without speaking and began firing on them.  Ms. Winfield was shot once in the right breast and Mr. Williams was shot three times.  Both victims were transported to UAMS where they were listed in stable condition.  No arrests or motive at this time.
 
2.              2009-90942 – AGGRAVATED ROBBERY, BATTERY 1ST DEGREE 

SUSPECT – TWO UNKNOWN BLACK MALES
VICTIM – LLOYD BARNES, B/M, 10-21-83
INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 8-8-2009, 2335 HOURS
INCIDENT LOCATION – 19599 STAGECOACH ROAD
 
On 8-8-2009, at 2335 hours, officers responded to McDonalds at the Valero station located at 10500 Stagecoach Road.  Upon arrival contact was made with Lloyd Barnes who was bleeding from the abdomen and lying on the ground in the parking lot. 
 
Contact was made with a co-worker who advised that he was working in the kitchen when he noticed a suspect wearing a red bandana over his face holding silver handgun robbing the restaurant. Two suspects stopped at the back office where Mr. Barnes was located and attempted to gain access to the cash by pointing a handgun at Mr. Barnes who was able to flee from the office and run away from the suspects.  During this time one of the suspects shot Mr. Barnes once in the abdomen. Mr. Barnes was transported to Baptist Medical Center where he underwent surgery and is currently listed in stable condition.  Witnesses at the scene described the suspects as two black males wearing red bandanas.  One wearing a black shirt and the other is believed to be wearing a red shirt.  Both suspects were believed to be medium build. No arrests at this time.
 
3.              2009-89879, 2009-90263 – AGG. ROBBERY, AGG. RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY,
           THEFT OF PROPERTY
            SUSPECT – UNKNOWN BLACK MALE, 6’2”- 6’4”, 240-260 LBS., MID 20’S,
                      SHORT HAIR, POSSIBLY GRAY T-SHIRT WITH BLACK REVOLVER
SUSPECT – UNKNOWN BLACK MALE, 5’7” – 5’8”, 120-130 LBS., EARLY 20’S
SUSPECT – UNKNOWN BLACK MALE, 5’7” – 5’8”, 120-130 LBS., EARLY 20’S
VICTIM – SARA HAMILTON, W/F, 5-10-82, SIERRA FOREST
VICTIM – JACK PEDIGO, W/M, 9-5-42, RIDGEHAVEN
INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 8-6-2009, 1220 HOURS, 8-7-2009, 1022 HOURS 
 
On 08-06-09, at approximately 1220 hours, Sara Hamilton of Sierra Forest Drive made a Residential Burglary report where she advised that she came home for lunch and observed a red or maroon 90’s model Ford/Mercury in the driveway. She stated she entered her residence and when she got to the staircase she saw a black male standing at the top.  She advised that the subject was armed with a knife and he told her to move out of the way and pointed the knife at her.
 
On 8-7-2009, at 1022 hours, officers responded to a home intrusion robbery at Ridgehaven.  Upon arrival contact was made with Jack Pedigo who advised that when he arrived at his residence he observed  unknown red SUV, possibly Ford or Mercury, in his driveway backed up to his garage door.  He said that he took his vehicle and blocked this vehicle to where it could not get out of his driveway.  He stated that he opened the garage door to the house and a black male came around the corner of the house from the back deck area.  He said that the subject approached him with a gun and told him, “move your car and don’t do anything stupid”.  He stated that he got into his vehicle and moved it into the garage.  He stated he parked the car and went toward the door to his residence and told the suspect that he was going to go check on his wife.  He said that the suspect got into the vehicle and fled the area.  He stated that he found his wife in a downstairs closet unharmed.  
 
Detectives and Crime Scene personnel responded to the scene.  A few hours later it was discovered that the residence next door on Ridgehaven had also been burglarized.
 
Detectives developed a suspect in these crimes and arrested Earl Brooks and charged him with the following.
 
5-12-103       AGGRAVATED ROBBERY         
 5-12-103       AGGRAVATED ROBBERY         
 5-39-204       AGGRAVATED RESIDENTIAL BURG
 5-39-204       AGGRAVATED RESIDENTIAL BURG
 5-39-201       BURGLARY                   
 5-39-201       BURGLARY                   
 5-36-103       THEFT OF PROPERTY          
 5-36-103       THEFT OF PROPERTY          
 5-36-103       THEFT OF PROPERTY          
 5-36-103       THEFT OF PROPERTY          

 Earl Brooks B/M
03-20-83 6’4” 240 Lbs.
Last Known Addresses:
3316 W 22nd Little Rock, AR
7902 Stanton Little Rock, AR


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