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Police believe more than one involved in crime spree

Winnipeg police have a man in custody after a crime spree took place over a 10-day period earlier this month.

During that span, police say a man committed several robberies, including three Winnipeg pharmacies — one in the 900 block of Keewatin Street, another in the 400 block of William Avenue and the last in the 200 block of Regent Avenue — where prescription narcotics in various quantities were stolen, including fentanyl.

Three vehicles were also stolen, including two 2018 SUVs from Enterprise at 1700 Waverley Street and a 2018 cargo van from car dealership in the 1300 block of Regent Avenue.

Additionally, two license plates were nabbed from a vehicle parked in the 2300 block of McPhillips Street.

Police located one of the vehicles on Monday in the 500 block of Langside Street. Police found the suspect inside the vehicle and he was arrested.

A search of the vehicle turned up cash totalling around

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Police believe more than one involved in crime spree | Winnipeg Sun

Winnipeg police have a man in custody after a crime spree took place over a 10-day period earlier this month.

During that span, police say a man committed several robberies, including three Winnipeg pharmacies — one in the 900 block of Keewatin Street, another in the 400 block of William Avenue and the last in the 200 block of Regent Avenue — where prescription narcotics in various quantities were stolen, including fentanyl.

Three vehicles were also stolen, including two 2018 SUVs from Enterprise at 1700 Waverley Street and a 2018 cargo van from car dealership in the 1300 block of Regent Avenue.

Additionally, two license plates were nabbed from a vehicle parked in the 2300 block of McPhillips Street.

Police located one of the vehicles on Monday in the 500 block of Langside Street. Police found the suspect inside the vehicle and he was arrested.

A search of the vehicle turned up cash totalling around

Read more at: http://winnipegsun.com/news/crime/police-believe-more-than-one-involved-in-crime-spree

Tuscaloosa Police believe hammer attack suspect was on escalating crime spree

Tuscaloosa police worked around the clock to track a suspect accused of attacking a woman with a hammer Monday night.

Officers arrested Reginald Lee Aaron, 36, less than 24 hours after the woman was struck while loading groceries into her car at the Five Points Winn-Dixie. Police said robbery was the motive, and the suspect got away with the woman’s purse and a small amount of cash.

The department assigned most of its Criminal Investigations Division to the case, and directed all offices to be on the lookout for Aaron, said TPD Capt. Brad Mason.

“He was already wanted on misdemeanor charges,” said Mason, who commands the department’s CID. “Once we realized that this was a more serious crime, where somebody was injured, we put some resources in there. Chief (Steve) Anderson assigned us to look for him over at all times during

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Tuscaloosa Police believe hammer attack suspect was on …

Tuscaloosa police worked around the clock to track a suspect accused of attacking a woman with a hammer Monday night.

Officers arrested Reginald Lee Aaron, 36, less than 24 hours after the woman was struck while loading groceries into her car at the Five Points Winn-Dixie. Police said robbery was the motive, and the suspect got away with the woman’s purse and a small amount of cash.

The department assigned most of its Criminal Investigations Division to the case, and directed all offices to be on the lookout for Aaron, said TPD Capt. Brad Mason.

“He was already wanted on misdemeanor charges,” said Mason, who commands the department’s CID. “Once we realized that this was a more serious crime, where somebody was injured, we put some resources in there. Chief (Steve) Anderson assigned us to look for him over at all times during the

Read more at: http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/news/20170913/tuscaloosa-police-believe-hammer-attack-suspect-was-on-escalating-crime-spree