Compiled by Jared Curtis email@example.com
On the clock
Des Moines Police
June 13, 8 to 8:30 p.m.
Harassment (hate crime) in the 200 block of Grand Avenue. Upon arrival, officers met with the victim who stated that she had found broken glass and a note in front of her door. The note read, “I’m so sick of you stink’n up the halls with your nasty ass stink’n food shit. It smells like B.O. It just smells bad…O.K. So stop cook’n your nasty food around here. If that’s how you jungle monkeys live, then go back to your own country because it stink this place up.” Officers noted that the glass was to be from a glass viral containing ammonium sulfide, which is a corrosive, flammable material. It has a strong odor, and can be used to make “stink bombs.” Officers were unable to locate the suspect(s).
June 14, 3:40 p.m.
Aggravated burglary in the 1200 block of Evans Street. The victim told offices she heard a knock at her door, and when she opened it she found a male and female standing in the doorway. The female yelled, “Julie knows you are still fucking Brian.” The female then started punching the victim in the head and chest. The victim, who stated she did not know the suspects, suffered multiple upper body bruises and cuts. Officers were unable to locate the suspect(s).
June 14, 7:57 p.m.
Assault in the 2900 block of Dean Avenue. Upon arrival, officers met with the victim who stated the suspect approached him and asked if an individual was talking badly about a friend. The suspect then asked the victim if he wanted to fight and punched him an unknown amount of times in the face. When the fight went to the ground, the suspect kicked the victim in the ribs. The victim defended himself, and the suspect fled in an unknown direction. Officers were unable to locate the suspect. CV
Name: Shane Michael Sifrit
The story: While traveling westbound on Forest Avenue, officers observed a small black car driving westbound on Forest with no lights on. The suspect, later identified as Sifrit, turned south on 24th Street, and officers were able to catch up to him. Officers activated their lights and sirens, and Sifrit refused to stop. Once Sifrit reached Forest Avenue, he turned eastbound and rapidly accelerated. He continued east and ran three stop signs. When Sifrit arrived at 7th Street, he turned northbound and “slow waved” at officers and then took off again until he hit a light pole. Sifrit then put his hands up and crawled out of the window on his stomach where he was placed into custody without incident. Sifrit was transported to the Polk County Jail and charged with insufficient number of headlights, obedience to traffic control device, driving while license denied, cancelled, suspended or revoked, eluding/attempting to elude (under 25 mph excess) and failure to maintain control.
Name: Mbonyunkiza Ahmed Napoleon
Weight: 180 lbs.
Wanted for: Sex abuse charges.
If you know where to find this fugitive, you can anonymously report your tip to the Polk County Crime Stoppers by calling 223-1400, submitting the tip online at www.polkcountycrimestoppers.org or text your tip to “CRIMES” (274637) keyword “PCCS.” Cash rewards paid up to $1,000 for tips that lead to the arrest of the person.
By the numbers: 17
Number of people under the age of 24 who have died in motorcycle crashes in the state since 2007.