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From: email@example.com (Crime Fighter) Newsgroups: alt.politics.org.fbi Subject: new Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 03:32:27 -0400 (EDT) Organization: WebTV Subscriber Message-ID: <6015-3F811A8Bfirstname.lastname@example.org> NNTP-Posting-Host: localhost.webtv.net Mime-Version: 1.0 (WebTV) X-WebTV-Signature: 1 ETAtAhUAspZY9U/wN9TVVr5llQRBeZhKmYYCFG+aHz01B+mALpkwqIgwKTxFoBgO Content-Disposition: Inline http://community.webtv.net/crimefighter24/crimefighter This Week's Crime Stoppers Report with Mike Rowe Sunday, September 28th Credit Card Thieves Strike 87-Year-Old Woman No one is safe from credit card fraud, not even little old ladies who seldom use credit cards. Maybe that sounds like a clich=E9, but it's true. In all her 87 years Madonna Cowell has never faced anything like the financial mess caused by someone stealing her credit cards. Madonna Cowell, Crime Victim: "It seems like it's been so hard for me to get things straightened out and I haven't done anything. I'm beginning to feel like a criminal myself." On August 21st, Madonna went to a Meijer's store on Cleveland Avenue. While she was shopping for groceries someone stole her wallet. Det. Gerald Milner, Columbus Police: "Generally as soon as a thief gets a credit card, if they don't have someone lined up already to use the credit card, they'll find someone quickly and they'll immediately begin to use those cards." That's exactly what happened. Within hours thieves went on a $3,700 shopping spree, stopping at Sears and JC Penny at Polaris. And the woman police say did the shopping is pictured in a security video. A blue van she might have used was spotted outside a Kohl's department store, clues police hope will lead to an arrest. As for Madonna, she looks forward to being able to enjoy her retirement again. "It's a bad experience. But I guess I've learned a lesson from it all. You've just got to hold on to that purse." If you can help catch these credit card thieves, call Central Ohio Crimestoppers at 645-TIPS. Sunday, September 21th Bumbling Burglars Caught on Tape Frustrated that their heist wasn't going as planned, two local robbers caused quite a mess and left behind some entertaining surveillance video. A security camera was watching as two bumbling burglars hit this united dairy farmers store on Maize Road. They headed straight for a money machine, but they soon discovered it was too heavy to steal. Det. Gerald Milner, Columbus Police: "They attempted to pull it from the wall. Apparently they thought it was on rollers or something, so that wasn't successful. " So one of the men jumped on the counter and started grabbing cartons of cigarettes. The other guy must have figured he was on candid camera, so he tried unsuccessfully to hide his face with a towel. The one gentleman had a cigarette hanging out of his mouth so he must have either needed those cigarettes badly or was willing to risk capture to sell the cigarettes. What the thieves who robbed this store lacked in smarts, they made up for with persistence. After he left the store, you can see one of the men coming back to pick up some cigarettes he had dropped. If you recognize the men who broke into the UDF, call crimestoppers at 645-TIPS. They're offering a reward of up to $2,000. Sunday, September 14th Man Shot in Broad Daylight A shooting on the east side put a man on the verge of death. Police aren't sure if it was just an attempted robbery or a case of mistaken identity. On August 19th, Andre Jones was walking down Lockbourne road near Livingston Avenue, minding his own business, when he was confronted by a man with a gun. Still fearful about his safety, Andre asked us not to show his face. "He just said don't run. Give me everything you've got right now." The attempted robbery almost turned deadly. As shots rang out, Andre realized he was hit in the chest. "All I could think was make it home to my little brother, make sure I could see my mom if anything happened." The shooting happened in broad daylight. Police have a description of the gunman, thanks to a sketch drawn by the victim. He's between 23 and 24 years of age, with a small mustache and he has braids. Andre spent ten days in the hospital. The bullet had missed his heart by just of a quarter of an inch. Det. Gerald Milner, Columbus Police: "It's obvious that this individual, if he did this once and was so callous and open with this robbery and this shooting, that he will more than likely do it again. If he hasn't done it already." If have information that can help solve this shooting, Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,000. call them at 645-TIPS. Sunday, September 7th Wendy's Drive-thru Murder The killer who murdered the night-shift manager at a local Wendy's is still on the loose. Scott Knouf had worked for Wendy's for just six weeks when he was murdered during an attempted robbery at this restaurant on Karl Road. Scott's parents are still in shock. Their son had his arms in the air when the would-be robber killed him with a gunshot fired through the drive-thru window. Craig Knouf, Victim's Dad: "This is just stupidity. And there's an awful lot of anger in my case." Kris Knouf, Victim's Mom: "I pray that he gets caught so this doesn't happen to anyone else. No parent should have to go through this." After wounding another employee, the gunman, dressed in black, fled to a nearby apartment complex on Shanley Drive. There was a white car next to the drive thru window as the gunman approached. Police hope the driver of that car can identify the killer. Larry Brown, Columbus Police: "We believe that whenever they saw him approaching with the firearm they fled. We would very much like to talk to the occupants or driver of the white car if they'd like to come forward." To help catch the killer, Wendy's has put up a $10,000 reward to go along with $2,000 offered by crimestoppers. "If anybody knows anything that would help us solve this. I hope they would come forward out of a sense of right. If the $12,000 helps them make that decision, that's great." If you know who killed Scott Knouf, call Central Ohio Crimestoppers to leave an annoymous tip at 645-TIPS.
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