Highlighted for a third week now: WANTED, ARMED & DANGEROUS: Rashaun Padgett of Savannah, GA.
Padgett is wanted by the Savannah Police Department in connection to three separate, violent crimes.
The February 8, 2020 homicide of a 17-year-old female on W. 60th and Montgomery Streets:
At around 8:15 pm, officers responded to Memorial Hospital after a shooting victim, later identified as Alexis Devoe, was transported to the hospital by someone’s vehicle. Upon arrival, it was discovered that Ms. Devoe had succumbed to the injuries she received from the shooting.
The non-fatal shooting on Monday, March 3 On Millen Street in West Savannah.
And a recent armed robbery
Padgett stands about 6’5” and weighs about 210 lbs. He has been known to frequent the 4100 block of Rockdale Street in Savannah.
DO NOT APPROACH PADGETT IF YOU SEE HIM. Call 911 immediately or Crime Stoppers at 234-2020.
Detectives continue to investigate this incident. Anyone with information on this case or Padgett’s location can contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at (912)234-2020. You will qualify for up to a $2,500 cash reward.Detectives continue to investigate these crimes. Anyone with information on these cases or who knows Padgett’s whereabouts, can call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 234-2020. You never have to give your name, you never have to reveal your identity – and you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2500.
COLD CASE FEATURE: Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the perpetrator of a 1985 rape case.
On July 2, 1985, Susan Kendrick Schuenemann was at a payphone at the intersection of Barnard and Gaston Streets. A black male-approximately 22-30-years-old at the time who was poorly groomed-approached her, held her at gun point and demanded she walk with him. Schuenemann was taken to an abandoned house in the 200 block of W. Gwinnett St. where he sexually assaulted her and shot her. Susan Schuenemann did not succumb to her injuries and is seeking for her attacker to be brought to justice.
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The Chatham County Police Department is trying to locate four people of interest in a fraud investigation.
Detectives say Tiara Smith, Naderia Bailey, Kimberly Jack and Tajh Ammons are wanted for questioning in a case involving fraudulent activities that led to a local Sam’s Club losing $60,000 from June 2019 through December 2019.
Anyone who has information about this case, any of the cases highlighted today, or if you have any other information about any other crime, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 912-234-2020. Tipsters are always anonymous and may qualify for a cash reward.