He has been seen at various retail stores seeking money.
From the Woodbury Public Safety Department’s Facebook page: We are attempting to identify the male in the photo below. He has approached people at various retail stores seeking money. He identifies himself as a Jimmy John’s driver who has run out of gas. He is wearing a Jimmy John’s sweatshirt and hat. He was not recognized by the staff at the Woodbury Jimmy Johns. If you recognize him please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Like Patch on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our free newsletter
Carl Junior Jordan, 24, was sentenced to four years in prison following the October 2011 jewelry theft at a Woodbury home.
A St. Paul man whose car ran out of gas following a jewelry heist in Woodbury has been sentenced to four years in prison with credit for 205 days served. Carl Junior Jordan, 24, was recently sentenced on the felony burglary charge. On Oct. 17, 2011, Newport police found Jordan on the side of the road about 35 minutes after a Woodbury home was burglarized. The home, at the 6800 block of Orchard Ridge Trail in Woodbury, had thousands of dollars worth of jewelry stolen from it. A short time later, Newport police reported that a man—later identified as Jordan—was on the side of the road at Glen Road and 10th Street after his car ran out of gas, according to the criminal complaint. He was acting antsy and nervous, the complaint says, and he …