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Suspect Apprehended in Norfolk

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A fugitive recovery service was in Norfolk over the weekend. They were attempting to locate and

recover and individual whom they believed was living at Sunrise Place, located at 923 E. Norfolk

Avenue. The Norfolk Police Division verified that the individual had out-of-state warrants, but that the

warrants were non-extraditable, meaning that the agency from the issuing state would not come pick up

the arrestee after an arrest by law enforcement. Because of this, law enforcement will not serve non-
extraditable arrest warrants. On 9-21-14 at about 5:27 P.M., Norfolk police received a call of a

disturbance at 923 E. Norfolk. The reporter stated that “bounty hunters” were just there to arrest

someone but were told by staff to leave. A physical disturbance and altercation occurred and the bounty

hunters left the area. The officers took a report from the victims at 923 E. Norfolk and had contact with

the other parties who were identified as Tommie W. Robertson, age 45, and Kelcey Schrage, age 24.

Both were cited and released for third degree assault and trespassing. The individual with the out-of-
state warrants was not taken into custody.

The non-extraditable warrants were for the crimes of:

1. Failure to appear – no seatbelt/no insurance/careless driving/failure to pay on violation of Arkansas

hot check law/driving on suspended license. (Arkansas pick-up only)

2. Failure to appear – domestic violence battery (Florida pick-up only)

3. Failure to appear – public order crimes (50 mile radius of Garland County Arkansas)

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Suspect Apprehended in Norfolk