Suspect Still Outstanding in Alleged Brazen Gun Theft Caught on Camera
Shreveport Police made three arrests following a theft of guns from a local pawn shop.
Update: Investigators are still searching for the identity of the fourth individual believed involved. The subject is a black male and during the time of the offense, he was wearing a tan and black jacket, a white T-shirt, brown belt, and blue jeans. In the photo released he is holding a stereo receiver under his left arm.
Back on Jan. 10, Shreveport Police responded to a theft at USA Pawn Shop in the 3000 block of North Market Street. When they arrived they learned that four males entered the store and allegedly worked in unison to distract the clerk and steal an AK-47 pistol and a .357 caliber pistol.
The lead investigator in the case released the store’s video surveillance footage and the public’s response was key in identifying three people allegedly related to this crime. Shreveport Caddo Crime Stoppers received multiple tips that led to the identification and arrest of the subjects.
Leon Williams, 24, of the 3200 block of Montana Drive was arrested on March 6 for his involvement. He was charged with principle to theft of a firearm and traffic offenses. His bond was set at $10,000 and he is currently out on bond.
Michael Kinsey, 22, of the 2600 block of Summer Grove Drive, was charged with principle to theft of a firearm. His bond was set at $10,000 and he was also released on bond.
Darius Jenkins, 22, of the 9400 block of Shartez Drive, was charged with theft of a firearm and as a fugitive. He bond totaled $70,000 and he remains in custody at Caddo Correctional Center.
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