Wednesday, June 1, 2011

CMPD Has Issued Warrants for 20-year-old Antonio Amos Thompkins



Arrest Warrants have been issued for Antonio Amos Thompkins on charges of murder and assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill in regards to the early Sunday morning Speed Street shooting.

Thompkins who has an record showing that he has been arrested eight times on more than a dozen charges not including his juvenile record since 2008.

Thompkins is described as a black male who is 5'10" tall and 130 pounds. He should be considered armed and extremely dangerous and is known to frequent the Grier Heights area of East Charlotte.

If you know where he might be, you are urged to contact the CMPD's Violent Criminal Apprehension Team at 704-336-VCAT (8228). Or contact Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

More arrests need to happen. Thugs are all over Uptown....time to move taxpayers!

MeckDeck said...

What the location of all the trepass arrests for Thompkins in recent years? A CMS facility? The Transit Center?

More importantly... WHY NO CONVICTIONS?

Guy is booked into the jail 10 times in the past 3 yrs. -- NO CONVICTIONS.

Anonymous said...

He was convicted of Disorderly conduct on 12/12/08, Assault on 7/30/09, Trespass on 11/16/09, Trespass on 12/02/09, Loiting for Drug Activity on 11/12/10.

MeckDeck said...

Anon -- Then why doesn't he show up here?

http://webapps6.doc.state.nc.us/opi/offendersearch.do?method=view

CrimeInCharlotte said...

Anon @ 3:09: The DOC record is not showing any conviction under either name. (Thompkins/Tompkins) An arrest is not a conviction.

Here is what I came up with-
Thompkins, 20, has 11 arrests in Mecklenburg County since July of 2008-- including 2 robbery arrests in 2009. He has future court dates for trespassing, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Anonymous said...

The DOC website only shows defendants who have been sent to state prison or placed on supervised probation. These convictions are the lowest class misds in NC and resulted in either local jail time or unsupervised probation and are therefore not showing up on the DOC offender search. He has been convicted at least five times.

CrimeInCharlotte said...

Thanks for the clarification. Do you have a 'public' link where you found this information?