Robbery Suspect Admits to Gun Theft

thumb_3666352448c62c1HARRISON, Ark. – One of the suspects who allegedly robbed a Yellville gas station last week tells police officials he was involved in stealing a gun in Harrison, according to Police Chief Paul Woodruff.

Nineteen-year-old David Wilson of Harrison gave investigators information in an interview following his arrest that sheds light on recent car break-ins:

Paul Woodruff I105 (:12) “…to their friends”

Woodruff says Wilson told authorities the group walked as far as the The Links apartment complex to find unlocked cars. He says Wilson also gave investigators the name of another suspect in the break-ins but wouldn’t identify that suspect until an arrest has been made.

Wilson and two others, 19-year-old Teal Hampton of Harrison and 21-year-old Houston Dunning of Alpena, were all arrested for allegedly robbing a White Oak gas station at gun point last Thursday morning. They are being held in the Marion County Jail on 100-thousand dollars bond each.


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