Name that crime
A. Eight counts of forgery – issuance of money,
stocks, checks, securities or bonds; interference
with official acts; second-degree harassment;
and three counts of probation violation.
B. Possession of a schedule II narcotic, with
intent to deliver; possession of drug paraphernalia;
and insufficient number of headlights.
C. Interference with official acts; domestic
abuse assault with intent or with a weapon;
obstruction of emergency communications; and
D. Domestic abuse assault, third or subsequent
offense; and assault – willful injury.
E. Two counts of third-degree burglary; third-degree
attempted burglary; possession of burglar tools;
two counts of eluding or attempting to elude
at a speed exceeding 25 miles per hour; three
counts of obedience to traffic control devises;
assault on a police or fire officer with injury;
and reckless driving.
F. Assault causing bodily injury or mental
Answers for Name That Crime: 1)A 2)E 3)C
4)F 5)B 6)D
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
Sept. 26, 4:17 p.m.
Assault with intent to inflict serious injury
at the 100 block of East Second Street. Police
were dispatched to the Salvation Army Adult
Rehabilitation Center after a resident allegedly
attacked a staff member with a broken broom
stick. The resident was reportedly told to go
back to his work station and when he refused,
the staff demanded he leave the facility for
non-compliance. They packed his things and made
him take them outside to wait for a ride. When
the staff member stepped out to the smoke shack
for a cigarette afterward, the resident allegedly
took about three swings at his head with a five-inch,
wooden broom handle. The victim put his forearm
up to block the blows before another employee
pulled his attacker back. He went to the hospital
for a possible broken arm, and the attacker
Sept. 26, 1 p.m.
Assault at the 100 block of Euclid Avenue.
The store manager of Walgreens told police a
woman had entered the store and stolen batteries.
So he followed her to a vehicle in the parking
lot to ask her to return the property. They
allegedly started arguing and she threw the
batteries at him, striking him with them.
Sept. 25, 1:30 a.m.
Robbery at the 1000 block of 33rd Street. The
alleged victim was walking in a low-lit area
near Kingman Boulevard when three men in their
20’s jumped him, punching him multiple times
in the face, knocked him to the ground, kicked
him and stomped his head into the ground. They
allegedly stole his I.D., phone and $11. CV