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Casino robbery suspect identified, considered armed & dangerous

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TUNICA COUNTY, Miss. — Authorities say a Michigan man robbed Bally’s and Fitz Casino.

Johnny Clark, of Grand Rapid, Mich., is considered armed and dangerous.

Two other men, 43-year-old Anthony West and 59-year-old Frank Pope, are charged in connection with the robberies.

West is charged with three counts of conspiracy to armed robbery, two counts of felon in possession of firearm and felony controlled substance. His bond was set at $780.000.

Pope is charged with three counts of conspiracy to armed robbery, with bond set at $60,000.

Bally’s was robbed April 28. On May 31, an armed man tried and failed to rob the casino, but his weapon discharged in the building.

The Fitz was robbed by an armed man on June 2.

If you can help the Tunica County Sheriff’s Office find Clark, call Tunica Crime Stoppers at (662) 910-0400.

3 comments

  • Don

    If you can help the Tunica County Sheriff’s Office find Clark, call Tunica Crime Stoppers at (662) 910-0400.

    Now they have it, the Sheriff knows the quicker he posts the reward the faster he can nab the culprits. There is no idea how many people who know something, and someone is going to reap the ghetto lotto.
    Call the sheriff, he’ll be happy to work something for you.

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