Name that crime
A. Second-degree harassment.
B. Two counts of third-degree sexual abuse.
C. Domestic abuse assault with intent or with
D. Conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamines;
assault, going armed with intent; possession
of drug paraphernalia; and driving while license
is revoked, denied, cancelled or suspended.
E. Probation violation.
F. Third-degree theft.
Answers for Name
That Crime: 1)A 2)B 3)E 4)F 5)D 6)C
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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
Nov. 23, 12:46 a.m.
Stabbing at the 5000 block of Southwest 9th
Street. A woman called police after she allegedly
went to a neighbor’s apartment asking for money
she was owed. The other female told her to leave
and then allegedly attacked her and stabbed
her in the head. When police arrived, they noticed
some blood dripping from the alleged victim’s
head. The wound was “superficial,” and the victim
refused treatment. She told police she did not
know the woman’s last name, and when police
went to the woman’s apartment, no one answered
the door. Police said the victim was not cooperative
with information. No photos were taken of the
scratch on her head.
Nov. 22, 5:06 p.m.
Assault at the 700 block of 28th Street. Police
were called to a residence after a fight occurred
between a 16-year-old boy and his parents. The
boy’s parents had taken away his MP3 player
and Gameboy. This night, the boy took them back
without permission and denied it when confronted
by his parents. Then the boy pushed his grandmother
to the ground and hit his mother in the head
with a board hard enough to break the board.
His father held him down until police arrived.
He was taken into the custody of Juvenile Corrections.
Nov. 18, 6 p.m. to Nov. 22, 4:30 p.m.
Burglary at the 1500 block of Arthur Street.
Police were dispatched to the residence by a
man who said he was watching the house for a
woman who is currently being held in the Polk
County Jail. He was in the process of moving
her belongings out, as the house was being foreclosed.
When he arrived at the home after a few days
lapse, he found the back door kicked in, and
several items were missing from the residence,
including a computer, two TVs, a satellite TV
box, a DVD player and a box of movies. He requested
extra patrol in the area until all the property
could be removed over the coming weekend. CV