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Pine Bluff Police locate LRPD Crimestoppers Most Wanted

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Jimmy Stanley Jimmy Stanley
Reddie Stanley Reddie Stanley

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On Thursday, October 27th at approximately 10:25pm Detective Sgt. David DeFoor and Officer Charles Inman located LRPD Crime Stoppers Most Wanted persons Jimmy Stanley and Reddie Stanley.

The Stanleys had been featured on KATV news on Wednesday, October 26th.  The Stanleys had warrants for felony theft.

"We had several calls to the dispatch center and to our Detective Division that the father (Jimmy Stanley) and son (Reddie Stanley) were in Pine Bluff.  Our officers were able to assemble the various leads which eventually led them to a house on Jones Street. The Stanleys were taken into custody without incident."

The Stanleys were transported to the Dub Brassell Detention Center and were held until they were picked up by LRPD.

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