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Rap Sheet

August 11, 2011

 
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Name that crime

August 1-5

A. Assault with intent to inflict serious injury

B. Two counts of third-degree burglary (building); possession of a schedule I narcotic; possession of a schedule V narcotic; no insurance; driving while license is revoked (OWI related); and open container of alcohol.

C. Third-degree theft; fifth-degree theft.

D. Possession of a schedule V narcotic; and fourth-degree theft.

E. Domestic abuse assault causing injury.

F. Driving while barred; possession with intent to deliver a schedule II narcotic; possession of drug paraphernalia; probation violation; and other traffic charges.

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

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

July 28-August 3

Aug. 1, 9:20 p.m.

Theft from auto at the 1300 block of East University Avenue. Police responded to a call from the victim who said he left his car unlocked and his windows down while he ran into Walgreens. He returned to find his I-Touch music player and his GPS unit were missing. A security camera caught clear footage of one man stealing the equipment. After confronting the men, the officer found the stolen items in the grass nearby. The property was recovered and the man was arrested and charged.

July 26-July 30, various times

Buglary at the 2800 block of Oxford Street. The victim told police she'd been noticing things coming up missing from her bedroom safe such as her birth certificate, titles to two cars and numerous receipts and credit card statements. She suspected her ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend were responsible. She changed her locks and installed security cameras, and there has been no signs of forced entry, she said. She believes the new girlfriend is involved because her ex-boyfriend cannot read, however she said he's smart enough to not be caught on the surveillance cameras and to figure out a way to bypass the alarm system.

Aug. 1, 12:01 a.m.

Simple assault at the 1800 block of Sixth Avenue. The victim's mother called police and told them that while she was out the suspect, who is a neighbor who visits frequently, came to her house intoxicated, got angry at her daughter and slapped her in the face. A minor also witnessed the attack. Police went to the neighbor's house and a male resident told them the suspect had a drinking problem and there was a no-contact order in place prohibiting her from living there anymore. An arrest warrant was filed. CV



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