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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Fake deli robbery

Posted By on Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 9:24 AM

Police report: Employee of McAlister's deli off Highway 10 faked a robbery and carjacking. Gets nabbed with pals.

FROM LRPD

1.2009- 112385 – AGGRAVATED ROBBERY, CARJACKING, THEFT


SUSPECT – JORDAN HAHN, W/M, 3-17-1989, 117 SPRINGWOOD
SUSPECT – DETRIC BUSH, B/M, 8-2-1990, 1750 TOLTEC MOUNDS, ENGLAND, ARKANSAS
SUSPECT – MONTREAL JACKSON, B/M, 12-4-1988, 15000 CHENAL #A107


VICTIM – MCALISTERS, 5507 RANCH BLVD


INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 9-29-09 AT 2218 HOURS
INCIDENT LOCATION – 5507 RANCH BLVD
ARREST DATE/TIME – 10-12-09 AT VARIOUS TIMES
ARREST LOCATION – VARIOUS LOCATIONS
 
On 9-29-09, Jordan Hahn reported an aggravated robbery of McAlister’s and the subsequent carjacking of his vehicle.  Hahn, an employee of McAlister’s, reported that the suspects took money from the registers.  During the investigation, Hahn came under suspicion for staging a false robbery at the business. 
 
On 10-12-09, Montreal Jackson was developed as a suspect in this incident as well.  Montreal Jackson, Detric Bush and Hahn had staged the fake robbery of McAlister’s.  Hahn’s vehicle was driven from the scene by Jackson and left at Westside Creek Apartments.  Detectives then arrested Hahn at his residence on an outstanding traffic warrant.  After further investigation, Hahn was charged with felony Filing a False Police Report and felony Theft.  He was then transported to the Pulaski County Regional Jail.  Detectives located Bush at McAlister’s and he was transported to the Downtown Detective Division where he was charged with felony Theft of Property and transported to the Pulaski County Regional Jail.  A warrant will be obtained for Jackson’s arrest for felony Theft of Property.


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