Two of a kind
Porsha Williams, 31, was arrested on April 17 for assaulting her “Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast mate Kenya Moore. After Williams allegedly attacked Moore on the set of the show, Moore filed charges for misdemeanor battery. Williams had a warrant out for her arrest a day before she turned herself in and then was released immediately upon paying her $2,000 bail in cash.
Antwonette Shade, 30, follows in Porsha’s footsteps. Shade was arrested on Nov. 26 at 2:37 p.m. Just like her famous counterpart in crime, Shade was charged with assault causing a serious injury. She was taken to the Polk County Jail, and her bail is set at $25,000.
This 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 attempting to identify a male and female regarding a theft from a local business. The female was last seen wearing a black hat, a yellow and black long-sleeved shirt and glasses. The male was wearing a black hat, a yellow and black T-shirt and a black jacket. Officials request that anyone with information about these individuals or the case in general should contact the Urbandale Police Department Criminal Investigation Division at 515-278-3926 or the Polk County Crime Stoppers at 515-223-1400.
Blotter — Des Moines
A burglar who doesn’t steal
Police responded to a burglary at the home of Karen Scott and her husband on Dec. 1. Authorities cleared the house before speaking to the homeowners. Scott told the police that she and her husband left the house locked earlier that day, and when they returned home they noticed a window to the enclosed porch was broken and had a chair under it. They found the window to the front door of the house partially broken. The handle to the door was locked but not the deadbolt. Nothing from the porch or inside of the house appear to be missing, and nothing else was broken. There are no suspects at this time.
Authorities responded to the call of Chris Wiedmann on Dec. 2 for a burglary. Wiedmann told police that he had stopped home for lunch around noon, and when he came home from work again around 2 p.m. he noticed that his HDTV from his living room and two computers from his office den were missing. Victim explained that he must have left his door unlocked when he was home for lunch and that the suspects must have come in through the front door.
What a tool
John and Geogia Rhoades alerted police on Nov. 28 to a burglary in their garage. Victims explained to police that when they got into their black Chevy Impala the morning of Nov. 28, they noticed the items from the center console had been thrown on the front seats of the vehicle. They reported that their garage door and car doors were unlocked. Reported missing items were four cell phone charging cords, a change purse containing about $10 and an assortment of tools from around the garage. The tools missing included a red Craftsmen air compressor, a red Craftsmen toolbox containing miscellaneous tools, a battery-powered drill, a five-gallon bucket and a tool pouch containing more miscellaneous tools. Nothing else appeared to be missing or broken. Police were called to take pictures and authorize the area. There are no suspects at this time. CV