Name that crime
A. Fifth-degree theft; public intoxication.
B. Non-support of a child.
C. Driving while license is denied or revoked;
operating while intoxicated, first offense;
D. Fifth-degree criminal mischief; simple assault.
E. Driving while barred as a habitual offender;
assault using or displaying a dangerous weapon.
F. Violation of a protective order; domestic
abuse assault with injury.
Answers for Name
That Crime: 1)A 2)E 3)D 4)F 5)C 6)B
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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
WHY’D THE MINNESOTAN CROSS THE ROAD?
A man from Minnesota was attempting to cross
the road at a McDonald’s entrance, at the 4800
block of Merle Hay Road when another man who
was driving and wearing a cowboy hat pulled
up and said, “People are trying to pull in,
Motherfucker!” So he responded, “You need to
shut the hell up.” That’s when the driver allegedly
got out of the truck and pushed him. He threatened
to beat him up, but instead he left. The alleged
victim reported the license plate numbers to
LOUD MUSIC, LOUD MOUTH
Police arrived at a house party at the 800
block of East 23rd Street, regarding a dispute
between the homeowner and some of her guests.
The officer advised the music needed to be turned
down so they could converse. After police remedied
the dispute, the people turned the music back
up. Police told them it was illegal to play
music so loudly, but they refused to turn it
down and threatened to call a lawyer. The police
attempted to arrest the homeowner, who resisted.
They eventually got her in cuffs, while her
boyfriend allegedly assaulted another officer.
They were both taken to jail.
CAT FIGHT DRAMA
Police were dispatched to the 600 block of
East Hackley where they found the victim with
a bloody nose and a cut on her chin. She reportedly
had gone to her ex-boyfriend’s house to get
some of her belongings when the suspect punched
her in the face several times. As she tried
to leave, the suspect followed her down the
block and attacked her again. The suspect admitted
to police that she did it because she was “sick
of her mouth and her drama,” stating, “(The
victim) brought fire and I brought a bomb.”
She was arrested. CV