Name that crime
April 26-May 2
A. Possession with intent to deliver heroin;
possession with intent to deliver a schedule
I narcotic; probation violation.
B. Four counts of violating a protective order;
C. Trespass; probation violation.
D. Domestic abuse assault, third or subsequent
E. Assault – willful injury; domestic abuse
assault with intent or with a weapon.
F. Delivery of a schedule IV narcotic; trafficking
in stolen weapons.
Answers for Name That
Crime: 1)D 2)F 3)A 4)B 5)C 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
April 26-May 2
Police pulled up on a car parked at the 1200
block of 10th Street on April 24 around 4 a.m.
Two men inside the vehicle consented to a search,
and police discovered meth, cocaine, a burnt
spoon, a digital scale, two syringes and a can
of Coleman fuel. When asked what the white powdery
substance was, one occupant replied, “Bad stuff.”
He was arrested. While checking a nearby garbage
can missing its lid officers also found a two-liter
bottle with “sludge” inside conducive of a meth
A TAX TAX
A Hispanic man gave his tax information to
a woman who lives at the 4800 block of University
Avenue a month and a half ago. She was supposed
to file his taxes, and he’d pay her $160 when
he received his return. Instead, she demanded
$400, or she said she’d turn him and his family
over to Immigration. The man told police he
has since learned of several other immigrants
who were “forced (by her) to sign over their
tax refunds to avoid being reported to ICE (Immigration
and Customs Enforcement).” Investigations continue.
An affiliate of Neuman Construction, reported
someone had cut a hole in the fence surrounding
one of their construction sites, at the 1400
block of Mulberry, and stole power cords, but
it didn’t appear entry was gained to the main
building under construction. The incident occurred
overnight between 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. CV