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Montgomery Retail Business Robbery
June 20, 2019

ROBBERY

2500 Eastdale Mall
Montgomery, Alabama
Case: MPD19-0620A

 

Montgomery Police Department

 

 

On Monday, April 22, 2019 at 8:00 p.m., an unknown male subject robbed a retail business in the 2500 block of Eastdale Mall. 

 

Investigators describe the suspect as a white male, between 5’6” and 5’10” in height and weighing between 130 to 165 pounds. No other details have been released regarding this crime.

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of this suspect, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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Prattville Felony Theft
May 24, 2019

Updated: June 5, 2019

 

 

SUSPECTS IDENTIFIED

THEFT OF PROPERTY

2400 Block of Pinnacle Way
Prattville, Alabama
Case: PPD19-0524B

 

Prattville Police Department

 

 

The Prattville Police Department has officially notified CrimeStoppers that both suspects that were wanted in reference to a Theft Investigation have been identified.

 

Investigators advise that two unknown males picked up merchandise at a retail store and walked out without paying. Suspects stole cameras and firesticks. Suspects were identified as Prattville residents Christopher Chad Bowman and Clint Radcliff.

 

Warrants were signed on both suspects for Felony Theft of Property 2nd Degree.

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

 


Published: May 24, 2019

 

THEFT OF PROPERTY

2400 Block of Pinnacle Way
Prattville, Alabama
Case: PPD19-0524B

 

Prattville Police Department

 

 

The Prattville Police Department is in need of assistance in identifying two unknown suspects wanted in connection to a Theft of Property Investigation. 

 

Investigators advise that two unknown males picked up merchandise at a retail store and walked out without paying. Suspects stole cameras and firesticks.

 

Both suspects are wanted for Felony Theft of Property 2nd Degree.

 

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of these suspects, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Prattville Theft of Property
May 16, 2019

THEFT OF PROPERTY

2300 Block of Cobbs Ford Road
Prattville, Alabama
Case: PPD19-0516A

 

Prattville Police Department

 

 

The Prattville Police Department is in need of assistance in identifying an unknown suspect wanted in connection to a Theft of Property Investigation. 

 

Investigators advise that an unknown male picked up merchandise that was ordered on someone else’s Lowe’s account. The suspect was last seen driving a truck believed to be a Nissan, Titan.

 

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of this suspect, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Montgomery Auto Theft
May 09, 2019

Updated: May 13, 2019

 

WANTED

Randy Calloway

Sex:                 Male

Age:                20

Race:              Black

 

 

Criminal Charges

Theft of Property 1st Degree

 

 

Montgomery Police Department

 

 

Randy Calloway is wanted by the Montgomery Police Department for Theft of Property 1st Degree.

 

Randy Calloway allegedly stole a vehicle on April 17, 2019.

 

 

If you know the whereabouts of Randy Calloway, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Updated: May 13, 2019

 

 

SUSPECT IDENTIFIED

AUTO THEFT

South Court Street
Montgomery, Alabama
Case: MPD19-0509B

 

Montgomery Police Department

 

 

The Montgomery Police Department has officially advised CrimeStoppers that a suspect has been identified wanted in connection to an Auto Theft Investigation. 

 

Investigators advise that Montgomery resident 20-year-old Randy Calloway was identified by an anonymous CrimeStoppers tip. Investigators secured a Theft of Property 1st warrant against Calloway on May 10, 2019.

 

As of this release the warrant was still active.

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

 


Published: May 9, 2019

 

AUTO THEFT

South Court Street
Montgomery, Alabama
Case: MPD19-0509B

 

Montgomery Police Department

 

 

The Montgomery Police Department is in need of assistance in identifying an unknown male wanted in connection to an Auto Theft Investigation. 

 

Investigators advise that on April 17, 2019, in Montgomery, Alabama, the person pictured stole a vehicle at approximately 3:15 pm.  The suspect is described as a black male, 5’5” to 5’8” in height and weighing between 150 and 185 pounds. 

 

The Police Department did not release the type of vehicle stolen or whether the vehicle has been recovered.

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of this suspect, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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$15,000 Jewelry Theft
April 08, 2019

THEFT OF PROPERTY

Pawn Shop

Prattville, Alabama

Case: PPD19-0408A

 

 

Prattville Police Department

 

 

The Prattville Police Department is seeking help from the public in identifying two suspects in reference to an April 6, 2019 Jewelry Theft Investigation. 

 

Investigators advise two unknown males stole approximately $15,000 worth of jewelry from a local pawn shop in Prattville, Alabama. The suspects had an employee show them several items and fled the store with the items once they were out of the display case.

 

If you have any information regarding this crime, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Prattville Flim Flam Suspect
March 18, 2019

MONEY EXCHANGE SCAM

1900 Block of Cobbs Ford Road
Prattville, Alabama
Case: PPD19-0318B

 

Prattville Police Department

 

 

The Prattville Police Department is in need of assistance in identifying an unknown male wanted for Theft By Deception. 

 

Investigators advise that on March 10, 2019 an unknown male Flim Flammed a cashier at a local retail store for $799.40.  The suspect was asking for change for 100’s but never gave the cashier any money in exchange for what was given.

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of this suspect, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Quick Change Artist (National Association of Bunco Investigators NABI)

A Bunco crime; a Quick-Change Artist, or sometimes, a Short Change Artist, is someone who steals money by confusing cashiers while they are making change. They do this in many ways. Usually the thief attempts to distract or confuse the cashier during the transaction, does a quick sleight of hand, and then claims they were not given the correct amount. They're called "artists" because they are extraordinarily good at what they do.

 

 

How to Spot Quick-Change Scams

by Kay Tang - Updated June 29, 2018

https://bizfluent.com/how-2124296-spot-quick-change-scams.html

 

The Mechanics of the Scam

An example of a quick-change con typically begins with paying for a small item with a large bill, such as buying a beverage costing $1.20 with a $100 bill. While the cashier is counting the change, the con distracts the cashier by chatting about a random subject. Then, the con changes his mind and asks to pay for the item with a smaller bill. He hands the cashier a $5 bill and asks for the $100 bill back. The cashier forgets that he's already made change for the $100 and hands the original $100 bill back to the con artist. He then makes change for the $5 bill. The thief pockets the $98.20 in change from the first transaction as well as the $3.80 in change from the second transaction. He has paid for the beverage two times but only used the store's money.

 

Common Targets

Quick-change con artists target new or inexperienced salespeople who are trying to deliver fast customer service. They also target young employees who may not be as aggressive in managing the confusion of multiple transactions and are wary of slowing down a line of customers. The types of establishments typically victimized by fast-cash scams can include fast-food joints, gas stations, hotels and even ice cream stores.

 

Recognizing the Con Job

Employers can train salespeople about how to spot a quick-change scam. For example, employees should be wary of customers trying to purchase a low-cost item with a large bill. Employees should request that the customer use a smaller bill for the transaction. If the customer doesn't have smaller bill, employees can direct them to the nearest bank to break the large bill into smaller denominations. Small businesses can post signs which explicitly state that they only do transactions with bills no larger than $20. Employees should be warned of customers requesting multiple transactions and of duos that may be working together to distract them.

 

Stopping the Scam

Police advise that cashiers should place large bills on top of the cash register, the till or on the counter in full view. Cashiers shouldn't put a large bill in the cash register until they've completed one transaction. Also, the cashier should count aloud the change that has been made. If the customer starts to barrage them with requests for multiple transactions, they should purposefully slow the transaction process down and manage each transaction separately. If the customer begins to bully or intimidate the cashier and the confusion escalates, the cashier should stop the transaction completely, close the register and call for the manager.

 

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Montgomery Business Burglary
March 06, 2019

BUSINESS BURGLARY

5700 Block of Calmar Drive
Montgomery, Alabama
Case: MPD19-0306A

 

Montgomery Police Department

 

 

The Montgomery Police Department is in need of assistance in identifying two unknown burglary suspects. 

 

These subjects are wanted in connection to a business burglary that occurred on February 27, 2019 at about 2:15 a.m. in the 5700 block of Calmar Drive. The suspects forcefully entered the business and caused damage within.

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of these suspects, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Millbrook Traffic Homicide
March 04, 2019

TRAFFIC HOMICIDE

1400 Block of Highway 14
Millbrook, Alabama
Case: MBPD19-0304A

 

Millbrook Police Department

334-285-6832

 

The Millbrook Police Department is requesting information in regard to a Traffic Homicide investigation.  CrimeStoppers Offers $1,000.00 Reward for Information.

 

On Saturday, March 2, 2019, Millbrook Police and Fire Rescue units responded to the 1400 block of Highway 14 with regard to what appeared to be a body lying on the shoulder and partially in the eastbound traffic lane of Highway 14, west of Kelley Blvd. Responding officers located the body of a black male foreign national, approximately 34 years of age, which appeared to have been struck by a motor vehicle. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene. Witnesses at the scene were unable to provide investigating officers with a description of any suspect vehicle.

 

“This death investigation is being handled as a traffic homicide investigation at this time. While we have no evidence at this point that would suggest that the collision between this pedestrian and what appears to be a single vehicle was an intentional act, whoever was driving the vehicle that struck the victim not only left the scene of the collision, they failed to contact emergency responders to possibly render aide” stated Chief P.K. Johnson.

 

If you have any information regarding this crime, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Prattville Assault
February 25, 2019

BREAKING & ENTERING OF A VEHICLE / ASSAULT
Liberty Mart

1400 Block of South Memorial Drive
Prattville, Alabama
Case: PPD19-0215A

 

Prattville Police Department

 

The Prattville Police Department is requesting information in regard to an Assault investigation.

 

On February 14, 2019, an unknown male suspect drove into the parking lot of the Liberty Mart at the gas pumps. The suspect got out of his vehicle and entered the driver’s seat of the victim's vehicle while she was pumping gas. The suspect stole the victim's purse containing currency and her credit/debit cards. When the victim realized the suspect was in her vehicle she jumped on his back in an attempt to stop the suspect. The suspect threw the victim to the ground and drove away.

 

The victim stated that she could not remember any identifying features other than he had facial hair consistent with a goatee. The victim also stated the suspect was wearing a skull cap or something similar. Investigators describe the suspect vehicle as a light-colored Nissan passenger car with dark colored rims.

 

If you have any information regarding this crime, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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Vehicle of Autauga County Vehicle Suspect
February 22, 2019

BURGLARY

1600 Block of County Road 57

Prattville, Alabama

Case: ACSO19-0222A

 

Autauga County Sheriff’s Office

 

 

Autauga County Sheriff Investigators released video surveillance of a burglary suspect’s vehicle.

 

On February 4, 2019, at approximately 12:30 pm. unknown subject(s) used an unknown tool to pry open the door to the victims’ residence located in the 1600 Block of County Road 57 in Prattville, AL.  Once inside the residence the subject(s) ransacked the entire residence and stole the victims assorted medications and her vehicle keys. Victims daughter returned from school and found the door pried open.

 

If you have any information regarding this crime, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app, or give us your information through the web at www.215STOP.com or our Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.

 

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