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Rap Sheet

Sept 29 , 2011
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Name that crime

Sept. 16-19

A. Second-degree theft.

B. Five counts of delivering a schedule II narcotic (Oxycodone) and possession of a schedule II narcotic (morphine).

C. Assault or display of a dangerous weapon.

D. Escape or absence of custody while committed to an institute and probation violation.

E. Second-degree harassment.

F. Domestic abuse assault with intent or with a weapon.

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

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.

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Des Moines Police

Sept. 15-21

Sept. 20, 12:32 a.m.

Theft at the 1000 block of East University Avenue. Officers were dispatched to Quicktrip regarding a claim that an unknown man had asked for a pack of smokes, put money on the counter and waited for the cash drawer to open. Then he allegedly reached across the counter and grabbed $40 in cash and ran out of the store. Police confinscated the surveillance footage but have no suspects.

Sept. 18, 3 a.m.

Terrorism at the 1100 block of 17th Street. The victim told police she heard shots or fireworks that morning and in the afternoon, she discovered her front porch window and screen had a hole in them. The bullet went through the front porch window at an angle, exited the porch on the side of the house and lodged into the siding. Police reported this is the second time this house has been shot at, but the victim believes a neighbor next door is the actual target. She said the neighbors had been shot at earlier this summer. Police also noticed numerous holes in the windows and siding.

Sept. 19, 2:22 a.m.

Third-degree burglary at the 2800 block of Hubbell Avenue. Two witnesses said they saw a suspicious SUV parked behind Nat's Liquor Store and heard the sound of breaking glass. Then they saw two men flee in the SUV. The front door of Nat's was damaged and the front window was broken out. The SUV was later found crashed into a utility pole. As police were securing the liquor store until the owners arrived, a man showed up and told police one of the suspects had pushed him down and stolen his cell phone, hoodie and cap. However, surveillance footage showed that he was one of the two people who broke the window with a brick and stole liquor and cigarettes. The other suspect then showed up and confessed to the crime also admitting to a previous burglary at Adventureland Park. They were arrested and taken to Juvenile Detention. CV

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