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3 Men Arrested in Craiglist Robbery

Police arrested three 18-year-old men for Aggravated Robbery and Theft of Property for their involvement in the Craigslist robbery on April 27.
UPDATE: NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Police arrested three 18-year-olds for Aggravated Robbery and Theft of Property for their involvement in the Craigslist robbery on April 27. 

Jerome Thomas, Darrell Smith and Joshua Williams, all of North Little Rock were arrested on May 1 and are being held at the Pulaski County Detention Center.



ORIGINAL: NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- On April, 27 around noon, officers responded to McCain Park in regard to an aggravated robbery.

James Holleman met a man at 3929 McCain Park to purchase a computer from him that he found on Craigslist. 

This man was wearing a black hoodie and khaki shorts approximately 5'10 and was standing at the open passenger-side door of Holleman's truck.

Mr. Holleman then noticed another male suspect approaching the driver's side where Holleman was seated. 

This suspect was wearing a red hat, dark shirt and khakis. He was approximately 5'7.
 
The second suspect pulled out a gun, pointed it at Holleman and demanded $400.

As Holleman put his truck in drive to flee the scene, the first suspect took two cell phones from the truck's center console.

Holleman drove down McCain. The two suspects followed Holleman on foot until they got in a car and drove away, according to police reports.

Witnesses say there was a third male suspect who was the driver of the car. He was wearing a red hoodie and approximately 6'3.

Witnesses described the vehicle as a "gold, possibly 2010 model Dodge Charger, with damage to the front passenger side bumper and a NLR High sticker on the back glass."

Police are searching for the three suspects.

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