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On Tuesday, February 24, 2015, at approximately 1p.m., First South Financial Credit Union Bank located at 7166 Winchester was robbed by a lone gunman. The gunman approached a teller, produced a gray or silver revolver, and told a customer, who was at the counter, to get on the ground. The customer complied. The suspect demanded and took currency.  The suspect ordered everyone in the business to get on the ground as he made his escape.


An undetermined amount of currency was taken from the credit union. The suspect was last seen walking back eastbound from the credit union.


No one was injured during this robbery.


The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 6’1”, 210 pounds, medium complexion, stubble hair on his face, medium length hair, red devil mask, black hooded coat, blue jeans, black and gray gloves, and black and gray shoes. 


Safe Streets Task Force/ Sgt. Nolen / 1502011542ME

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6690 Macon

Report# 1410015671ME


On October 29, 2014, at approximately 10:04 p.m., two males entered the Dollar General located at 6690 Macon. One of the suspects produced a black handgun and pointed it at the employees and customers. The second suspect jumped the counter and demanded currency from the cash register. After taking currency, the suspects fled the business through the front door and were last seen westbound toward the Arbor Apartments.


Suspect #1 is described as 5’8”- 5’10”, 170 pounds, wearing a black hoodie, black pants, and armed with a black semi-automatic handgun.

Suspect #2 is described as 6’0”- 6’2”, 170 pounds, wearing a gray hoodie, black pants, a black backpack, a blue surgical mask, and blue surgical gloves.


These suspects are possibly responsible for several additional Dollar General robberies in the Memphis area.


Video and still shot photos of the suspects are available for release.


This investigation is ongoing.


Citizens who have knowledge of this crime or the identity of the suspects responsible are asked call 901-528-CASH (2274) or send information via web at http://www.528cash.org.

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Third & Pontotoc // mADISON & SECOND

(Reports #1407006304ME, 1407002536ME)


On Saturday, July 5, 2014 approximately 3:30 a.m., two males, both 22-years-old, reported they were robbed and beaten after leaving Raiford’s, 14 S. Second, and walking to their car parked in the 200 block of S. Main.  Both males were injured, one critically with head trauma. The critically injured male has since been discharged from a local hospital. The suspects took wallets, cash, credit cards, and a cell phone.  None of the property has been recovered.


Little descriptive information is available on the suspects.  One of the victims was rendered unconscious.


About the same time, a third male, 21-years-old reported he was robbed and beaten after attempting to make a withdrawal from an ATM nearby.  The third victim was treated and discharged from a local hospital.  Cash was taken from this victim.


Suspects in the second incident were described as three black males.  One of the suspects is approximately 5’11 and had dreadlocks.  A second was bald or nearly bald.  There is no description on the third suspect.


No arrests have been made in connection in either incident.


Friends and families of the victims have raised additional funds for information that will solve these cases.  Up to $15,000, in addition to any award approved by CrimeStoppers of Memphis and Shelby County, may be awarded for the identification and felony charging of the suspects responsible.


Citizens who have knowledge of this crime or the identity of the suspects responsible are asked call 901-528-CASH (2274) or send information via web at http://www.528cash.org.


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On Wednesday, May 21, 2014, approximately 4:15 p.m., officers assigned to Raines Station of the Memphis Police Department responded to a shooting at 2039 Janis.  A male was found inside with multiple gunshot wounds.  He died at the scene.


The victim has since been identified as Patrick Grant, male, 36.


The suspect or suspects responsible for this murder remain at large.


On Friday, July 11, 2014, the family of Patrick Grant offered a $1,000 award in addition to the normal $1,000 award reserved for CrimeStoppers tips that solve murders.   The total award for tips identifying the suspect(s) and leading to the arrest and charging of the suspect(s) responsible for the murder of Patrick Grant is now $2,000.


This is an active investigation.  Homicide investigators are asking anyone with information to call CrimeStoppers at 901-528-CASH or the Homicide Bureau at 901-636-3300.


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