Development in church burglaries | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Development in church burglaries

Posted By on Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 1:53 PM

Police today arrested a man driving a stolen car believed to have been involved in the rash of church burglaries Sunday night. He's not been charged in the church burglaries. The report:

FROM LRPD

SUSPECT — DEDRICK WILLIAMS, B/M, 09-15-1970, 3109 S. SPRING STREET

VICTIM — FREDERICK FREEMAN, B/M, 11-01-1987, 1869 S. GAINES

INCIDENT DATE/TIME — 09-12-2010, 1915 HOURS

INCIDENT LOCATION —1869 S. GAINES

ARREST DATE/TIME — 09-15-2010, 0300 HOURS

ARREST LOCATION — 1201 S. WOODROW

On 09-10-10, officers received a call to 1869 South Gaines in reference to a residential burglary report (Incident #10-99959). Officers made contact with the victim, Frederick Freeman, who advised that among the items taken was a key that belonged to a gold Toyota Camry (AR Lic. 882 NXC). On 09-12-2010, Mr. Freeman contacted the Little Rock Police Department and advised that the suspects returned to his residence and took the gold Toyota Camry.

On 09-15-2010, at approximately 0300 hours, Officers on patrol in the area of 12th and Woodrow observed the vehicle parked at the gas pump at the E-Z Mart located at the intersection of 12th and Woodrow. Officers made contact with the driver and identified him as Dedrick Williams. He was charged with Theft by Receiving and transported to Northside Intake. The gold Toyota Camry was transported to the Crime Scene Bay at the City Impound for processing by CSSU.

This is the vehicle seen leaving the church burglaries. Detectives are continuing the investigation, but no arrests for the burglaries at this point.

Tags:


Favorite

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

More by Max Brantley

Readers also liked…

  • Sabin's subterfuge in the race for mayor has roots in rigged city government

    The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that an ethics complaint has been filed saying that the exploratory committee Rep. Warwick Sabin created to prepare for a run for Little Rock mayor was a subterfuge to avoid the city ordinance that doesn't allow campaign fundraising to begin until five months before the November 2018 election.Of course it is.
    • Aug 10, 2017
  • Use of solar on the rise in Arkansas

    With a pivotal ruling expected any day now from the Public Service Commission, Kyle Massey at Arkansas Business reports on the increase in Arkansans adding solar generation units on their homes and business.
    • Apr 13, 2018
  • Antwan Phillips wants to make a difference in reducing Little Rock violence

    KARK/Fox 16's push to do something about Little Rock violence includes a spotlight on people trying to make a difference — in this episode Antwan Phillips, a lawyer at Wright, Lindsey and Jennings.
    • Aug 30, 2017

Slideshows

Most Recent Comments

 

© 2019 Arkansas Times | 201 East Markham, Suite 200, Little Rock, AR 72201
Powered by Foundation