Thursday, April 15, 2010


Reward offered for info leading to Eureka armed robbery suspect's arrest

A Eureka resident has started a reward fund to help spur citizen tips to help the investigation into a recent string of robberies that have hit businesses close to his home.

”I know all these stores,” said Rex Bohn. “I shop in some of them -- that was my grocery store that was robbed.”
Bohn has put up $1,000 through the Eureka Police Department and is encouraging other community members to contribute funds to act as a reward for information leading to the arrest of suspect Ezra “Eazy” Keith Williams, 26. Williams is suspected of committing seven armed robberies throughout Eureka in the past few weeks that have targeted stores, gas stations, a bank and other businesses...

”I worry this is going to escalate, not that it hasn't already escalated, into shooting,” he said...

The robbery spree
March 25: Radio Shack on Myrtle Avenue at 9:30 a.m.
March 27: Texaco gas station on Broadway in the early-morning hours
March 31: Performance Fuels on Broadway at 1:40 a.m.
April 6: Madsen Realty on Christie Street at 10:49 a.m.
April 6: Bank of America on F Street at 2:11 p.m.
April 8: Sal's Off Broadway bar on Albee Street at 2:30 a.m.
April 12: Safeway on Harris Street and Harrison Avenue at 10:45 p.m.


  1. Anonymous said...
    assume the lotus position, preferably on a surfboard, inhale some righteous medicinal herb, close your eyes (keeps the smoke out) and, humming softly with your fingers in your ears, repeat with your inner voice
    "crime is down, crime is down, crime is down . . .. "

  2. The kid suspected in this rash of robberies is one of the most pathetic excuses for a human. Maybe he should just spare us the agaony of being exposed to his player attitude and just kill himself already. Hey Rose, I hear you can find the IP address to local bloggers. I do have a web site to it but do you have the IP address to both the Mirror and Heraldo by any chance? I'm using a IP lookup web site already but don't know the IP addresses to look for. I would really love to expose them.


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