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June 21, 2012
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Name that crime

June 8-11

A. Domestic abuse assault causing injury.

B. Public intoxication.

C. Operating while intoxicated, second offense; open container of alcohol; speeding in a 55 mph or less zone, 11-15 mph over the limit.

D. Possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine; conspiracy to deliver a schedule II narcotic; failure to affix the drug tax stamp.

E. Driving while license is denied, suspended, cancelled or revoked; eluding or attempting to elude while participating in a felony; interference with official acts; two counts of parole violation.

F. Two counts of trespassing.

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

June 7-13


Police were dispatched to Walgreens at East University Avenue around 1 p.m. on June 12 regarding a robbery. A man had handed an employee a note that said: “This is a robbery; don’t cause any problems; I have a gun,” and the note demanded prescription drugs. The man allegedly also lifted his shirt to expose a gun. The pharmacist put the drugs in a sack, and gave it to the man along with the note. Police took his description and the video surveillance and he’s been identified and arrested.


A 20-year-old man called police around 9 p.m. on June 12 after two men got out of a white van at his Southeast 8th Street home and pulled a gun on him claiming to be a bail bondsman. One of the men handcuffed his wrist and said he had a warrant. When the alleged victim’s mother asked to see the paperwork and more witnesses arrived, the men said they didn’t have paperwork and that it was a misunderstanding; they had the wrong person. They reportedly said they worked for “Ellis.” The witnesses told police the same two men had been to the house about six months ago and had entered the residence and walked around looking for someone.


Police were called to Water Works Park around 7:30 p.m. on June 12 regarding calls from witnesses who said several teenagers had set fire to a pile of brush beneath a train bridge. The witnesses reportedly yelled at the kids, who fled on foot. The fire department arrived to extinguish the flames. No property damage was reported, and no suspects were identified. CV

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