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22:05  20 july  2019
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Police searching for missing teen sisters last seen Tuesday

Police searching for missing teen sisters last seen Tuesday Quincy police are searching for a pair of teenage sisters who were last seen on Tuesday. The girls were identified as Jacqueline Evano, 13, and Tiffany Evano, 14. Police said the girls may be traveling in a black Ford F150 Harley Davidson edition pickup truck with their noncustodial mother, Paris Wanko-Evano. Jacqueline is described as being 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighing 110 pounds. She has blue eyes and long brunette hair. Police said she was last seen wearing a green long-sleeve button-down shirt with jeans and white Nike sneakers. Tiffany is described as being 5 feet tall and weighing 95 pounds. She also has blue eyes.

Suspects accused of stealing iPads from a Walmart in Carmel (Photo: Carmel Police Department). (WTHR) — Police in Carmel are asking the public for help locating two suspects accused of using a stolen credit card . They say the suspects used the card to buy 0 worth of iPads at Walmart on

Amarillo police are asking for the public’s help identifying a man seen using a stolen credit card . Police say this man used a stolen credit card at a local store on Saturday, June 6.

Greenville police searching for accused credit card cloner© Greenville Police Dept. Credit Card Cloning Suspect

Greenville police are working to identify a woman accused of using a cloned credit card.

Police released a security camera picture of the suspect who used a cloned card at a local grocery store.

The suspect is also accused of withdrawing hundreds of dollars from the victim's account at an ATM.

Officers said there have been similar cases in the area after victims used their cards at a restaurant.

Investigators said the card numbers are compromised and the suspects are creating a new card with the same information.

Anyone who can help officers identify the suspect is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 23-CRIME.

Man shoots mother during argument in Greenville County, deputies say

Man shoots mother during argument in Greenville County, deputies say A 28-year-old is accused of shooting his mother in Greenville County, according to Lt. Ryan Flood, with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office. The woman was found about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday in the front yard of the family's home on Edgemont Avenue, Flood said. She had at least one gunshot wound and was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, according to deputies. Flood said the shooting happened during an argument. The woman is in critical condition, Flood said. Her son, Michael Lee Sammons, was arrested Thursday morning in Anderson, Flood said. Sammons is charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in Greenville County.

Police say the suspect stolen the credit cards from a car and then used them at a Walmart in Mesa. Anyone with information is urged to reach out to authorities.

Dalton Police say before the victim could cancel the card , it was used to make a 4 purchase at the Shugart Road Walmart. A Dalton investigator was able to retrieve surveillance video of the suspect. Police describe her as a white female with a white v-neck, black jacket, and black thick rimmed glasses.

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Greenville woman assaults former roommate after argument over cellphone plan, police say.
A Greenville woman assaulted her roommate, bruising her after an argument over a cellphone plan, according to Greenville police. Officer were called Thursday evening to a home on Dixie Avenue about an assault. When officers arrived, the victim told them her former roommate, Kathy Lea Tyler, 59, came to her home a little earlier and demanded she restore the service on her cellphone. The victim told police that Tyler owed her money for the bill, so she had removed her from the plan. Police said the victim watched Tyler and two other women look through some items under a carport in her backyard.

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