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7/16/2014

Metro’s most wanted

most wanted 7-17NAME: Mario Guerrero-Cordero

SEX: Male

RACE: Hispanic

AGE: 34

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HEIGHT: 5’ 8”

WEIGHT: 160

HAIR: Black

EYES: Brown

DOB: 7/9/1979

CHARGES: Murder — first degree

Crimestoppers

crimestopper 7-17This information was obtained from the Polk County Crime Stoppers website. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Des Moines Police Detective Bureau asks that anyone with information on the location or identity of this suspect call 515-283-4864 or The Polk County Crime Stoppers anonymously at 515-223-1400.

The Urbandale Police Department is seeking help in the identification of a suspect in a jewelry theft on June 19. The suspect attempted to sell the stolen jewelry at local pawn shops and jewelry stores. Police ask anyone with information or knowledge of the identity to contact the Urbandale Criminal Investigation Division at 515-331-6803 or the Polk County Crime Stoppers at 515-223-1400.

Blotter — Des Moines

Got the TV but not the fancy belts

Sandra Solorzano reported a burglary at her home the night of July 4, when she came home after midnight and found several lights on and her 40-inch Samsung TV missing. She also reported $200 missing from one of her purses. Solorzano told police the suspect was probably not Hispanic because they didn’t steal her fancy belts and hats, which were in plain sight and worth a lot of money.

Leave the motorcycle — take the chaps

Police were dispatched to 5901 E. Highview in Des Moines on a burglary report. Michael Whaley stated his tenant Steven Dickson’s white cargo trailer had been opened, and only the padlock was missing. The unknown suspect also looked through Dickson’s vehicle glovebox but took nothing. The outbuilding closest to Whaley’s house was missing about $600 of riding leathers, motorcycle chaps, gloves, two pairs of prescription sunglasses and a jacket, according to Whaley. The building also contains motorcycles, but none were missing. No arrests were made.

Soccer field scuffle

Following an altercation over the loss of a game at the Soccer House in West Des Moines on July 6, Saryee Mulbah of Des Moines drove away from the scene in his girlfriend Wadia Mbayoh’s car. While he was at the intersection of Highway 28 and Army Post Road, a blue truck pulled up behind him and then next to him. When Mulbah didn’t recognize the driver, only that he had followed him from the Soccer House, Mulbah tried to get away from the truck, but it rammed into the rear of his car in an attempt to run it off the road. Mulbah did not sustain injuries from that incident, but the case is still under investigation. CV

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