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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Robbery on Kavanaugh

Posted By on Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 3:18 PM

Here's the police report on that apartment intrusion mass robbery on Kavanaugh Boulevard last night. It featured a robber somewhat known to one of the people robbed.

FROM THE LRPD

2010- 106980, AGGRAVATED ROBBERY (GUN) (HOME INTRUSION) THEFT

SUSPECT — UNKNOWN B/M, 18-20 YOA, 18-20 YOA, 5’11”- 6’0”, MEDIUM

BUILD, MESSED UP TEETH, SHORT HAIR, DARK SKINNED

SUSPECT- UNKNOWN B/M, 20’S, 6’1, 160 LBS., LOW HAIR, DARK SKINNED

ARMED WITH A BLACK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

SUSPECT- UNKNOWN B/M, 20’S, 6’1, 160 LBS., DARK SKINNED, ARMED WITH

A BLACK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

VICTIM — JACOB LAMB, W/M, 01-14-1989, Little Rock

VICTIM- PARKER COGBILL, W/M, 02-15-1993 Little Rock

VICTIM- SHANNON SVENDSEN, W/F, 08-23-1990 Little Rock

VICTIM- JAMES CODY HUGHES, W/M, 09-19-1992 Little Rock

VICTIM- TYLER TRADEWELL, W/M, 03-29-1991, SHERWOOD

VICTIM- SHANE CLINTON, W/M, 08-18-1989, WHITE HALL

VICTIM- AARON SELLERS, W/M, 02-25-1991, JACKSONVILLE

VICTIM- SHAWN MITCHELL CURREY, W/M, 12-29-1989, BAUXITE

INCIDENT DATE/TIME — 09-27-2010, 1915 HOURS

INCIDENT LOCATION — 2100 KAVANAUGH #G

Officers responded to a Home Intrusion Aggravated Robbery at 2100 Kavanaugh #G. Detectives and Crime Scene personnel also responded and interviewed the (8) victims who were inside the apartment when the incident occurred. Jacob Lamb resides at the apartment; all other victims were just visiting the apartment. All victims stated the (3) black males entered the apartment and at least (2) of them were armed with semi-automatic pistols. All victims said the suspect made them lay down on the floor.

One of the victims stated he recognized one of the suspects from meeting him Saturday afternoon at the EZ Mart on Woodrow. He said the male said his name was “Peezy” and he gave “Peezy” a ride Saturday and prior to dropping “Peezy” off at a house somewhere behind Pizza D’ Action, he brought “Peezy” to Jacob Lamb’s apartment at 2100 Kavanaugh and they smoked marijuana together. Victims stated when “Peezy” and the other (2) suspects entered the apartment, they were demanding the “weed” and money. The suspects left in a white Lincoln or Cadillac. Detectives are following leads, but no arrests at this time.

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