rap sheet

June 30, 2011 |

Name that crime

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June 14-20

A. Possession of a schedule II narcotic (cocaine).

B. Forgery (altering a writing of another).

C. Parole violation, assault or display of a dangerous weapon, second-degree criminal mischief and driving while license was denied/cancelled/suspended/revoked.

D. Carrying weapons.

E. Domestic abuse assault with intent or with a weapon and second-degree harassment.

F. Possession of a schedule I narcotic (marijuana).

Answers for Name That Crime: 1)D 2)B 3)F 4)C 5)A 6)E


*Published arrest charges are obtained from official law enforcement records, which are available to the public. All who are charged are innocent until proven guilty.

On the clock


Des Moines Police

May June 16-22


Sometime between June 13-20.


Criminal mischief at the 3000 block of Kinsey Avenue. A member of the Eagle Scout Troop Committee arrived at Ewing Park and discovered a vehicle had entered the camp area. The firewood shed was tipped over and someone had started to tear pieces of tin and boards from it. Three homemade benches were missing pieces of wood and were broken, picnic tables were flipped over, a small crossover bridge had been disassembled and the fire pit looked as if someone had made a camp fire recently.


June 20 at 7:25 a.m.-1 p.m.


Burglary at the 1500 block of Milton Avenue. A woman came home on her lunch break and found the front porch window broken and open. Police cleared the residence finding no suspects but discovered two missing TVs and the bedroom closet and dresser had been gone through. Credit cards may have been stolen, too, as well as some jewelry. Neighbors told police they saw a maroon Dodge Charger parked on the side of the street looking suspicious around 11:30 a.m. Police believe the incident may be related to other prior cases.


June 19, 6:47 p.m.


Assault causing injury at the 900 block of East 27th Street. A witness told police the alleged suspect had been drinking a lot lately. He had passed out on the floor when he suddenly woke up violently swinging his arms and nearly struck one of her children. They began arguing. That's when the alleged victim came up from downstairs to separate the two. The suspect started attacking him, punching him in the face and causing a bloody nose and cut above the eye. The suspect left the house to go next door, where police found him hiding in a fenced-in area among lawn mowers and equipment. CV