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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Pizza perps picked up

Posted By on Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 9:56 AM

The Little Rock police announce two arrests and a pending warrant in the mass robbery Nov. 22 of a Razorback Pizza and a house full of customers.


1.            2009- 133798- 16 COUNTS OF AGGRAVATED ROBBERY
INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 11-22-2009, 2148 HOURS
ARREST DATE/TIME – 12-02-2009, 1230 HOURS
On 11-22-2009, officers responded to a robbery in progress with shots fired at 10900 Stagecoach (Razorback Pizza).  Upon their arrival they found that several black male suspects with guns robbed the business, employees, and customers.   Detectives responded to the crime scene to investigate. Victims described the suspects as being black males.  The first suspect is 6’0”-6’1”, 180lbs, 18-23 yrs old with short hair.  This suspect was wearing blue jeans and a dark colored top with a white material covering his mouth area.  This suspect appeared to be carrying a black semi-automatic pistol.  The second black male suspect was wearing dark clothes and was approximately 5’6”-5’8”, 18-23 yrs old and shorter than the others.  The third black male suspect appeared to be skinny and light skinned 5’9”- 5’10”, 18-23 years old thin frame body, dark clothing, his mouth area was covered.    The suspects fired several shots inside the business.   On 11-30-2009, a tip was received that identified the suspects. Two of the suspects were identified as London Canady (B/M, 05-18-1988) and Michael Franklin (B/M, 06-07-1987). On 12-1-2009, information was received that London Canady and Michael Franklin were possibly in Jonesboro, Arkansas visiting a friend. The information was sent to the Jonesboro Police Department.  On 12-2-2009 Jonesboro Police Department called at 0956 hours and advised that had London Canady and Michael Franklin in custody. Little Rock Police Officers responded to Jonesboro, Arkansas to transport them back to Little Rock.  London Canady and Michael Franklin were both transported back to the Downtown Detective Division and each one of them was charged with 16 counts of Aggravated Robbery and 16 counts of Theft of Property. The third suspect has been identified as Weymar Perea (B/M 9-16-1988). Warrants are on file for his arrest. Anyone knowing his location should contact Robbery Detectives at 371-4660 or call 911. He will be charged with 16 counts of Robbery and 16 counts of Theft of Property.

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