Motorcycle stolen during pep rally | Crime
A Jonesboro man attending an ASU pep rally Thursday night didn’t have much to cheer about when he returned home. He told police while he was away someone stole his motorcycle.
Seth Johnson told police he left his home in the 1800-block of Johnson at 7 p.m. to attend the on-campus pep rally. When he returned two hours later, his 2009 Kawasaki motorcycle was gone. The motorcycle was valued at $10,000.
Johnson said a neighbor told him a white Dodge minivan with possibly four men had pulled up while he was gone. But, he did not say if they took the bike.
At this time police do not have any suspects.
In an unrelated case, a woman told police while she paid for gas someone stole her pistol.
Linda Kerr said she was on her way to sell her Hi-Point .380 pistol when she stopped at Best Stop for fuel and a soda. She said the handgun was on the backseat beneath a towel.
When she returned to the car after making her purchase, she told police the pistol was gone.
According to the police report, the pistol was entered in the NCIC. There are no suspects at this time.