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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Home intrusion robbery

Posted By on Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 11:12 AM

Details from the LRPD follow on a reported home intrusion robbery in the Broadmoor subdivision last night by three men posing as police officers. A woman who lives in the home was shot in the leg.

RELEASE FROM LRPD

1.      2010- 40323- AGGRAVATED ROBBERY/HOME INTRUSION
SUSPECT - UNKNOWN B/M, 20-30'S
SUSPECT- UNKNOWN B/M, 20-30'S
SUSPECT- UNKNOWN B/M, 20-30'S
VICTIM -RACHEL GRIFFIN WOODS, B/F, 05-06-76, 85 BROADMOOR
INCIDENT DATE/TIME - 04-19-10, 2234 HOURS
INCIDENT LOCATION -85 BROADMOOR
ARREST DATE/TIME - N/A
ARREST LOCATION - N/A

On 04-19-2010 Officers responded to 85 Broadmoor in reference to an
Aggravated Robbery (Home Intrusion) with shots fired. Officers made
contact with Rachel Griffin-Woods (B/F 05-06-76) at the residence who
was suffering from a gun-shot wound to the upper part of her left leg.
She advised officers that she was in the house with her children when
she heard banging on the carport door.  She said as she approached the
door she heard someone say Little Rock Police.  She called her husband
(Torrian Woods B/M 01-25-78) on his cell phone and told him.  He advised
her to disarm the alarm and let them in.  She said when she went to
disarm the alarm one of the suspects kicked in the door and activated
the alarm.  She said he shot her in the leg and asked her where the
money was.  She told him she did not have any cash.  She said two more
suspects entered the house behind the other suspect.  She said the alarm
was loud and apparently scared them away.  She said the suspects pulled
up in a light green colored SUV.  She described the first suspect as a
black male, 20-30 dressed in all black with a T-Shirt that had "POLICE"
in big letters on the front, med-dark skin, with a goatee. She advised
the other subjects were wearing pull over masks dressed in all black
with "POLICE" on the front of their shirts.  Woods was transported by
MEMS to St. Vincent Hospital for treatment. No arrests at this time.

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