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Two of a Kind?

2/11/2015

Stevens 2.12Vlendy Soe 2.12Former Seattle tight end Jerramy Stevens (married to soccer star Hope Solo) was arrested on Jan. 19 for DUI. But wait, there’s more. Stevens was driving the soccer team’s van, drunk, with Solo in the back seat and equally intoxicated. Solo was escorted inside her hotel while Stevens was taken to jail. His bond was set at $5,000. Solo has been suspended from the team for 30 days.

In the same week, Iowa resident Augustine Vlendy Soe was arrested for OWI for the second time. He was taken to Polk County Jail on Jan. 26 at approximately 11 a.m. His bail was set at $2,000.

 

Crimestoppers

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.CS 2.12 2CS 2.12 1

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The Urbandale Police Department is asking for help in identifying two males regarding a theft case. The first suspect was last seen wearing a black hat with white lettering, a dark coat with a fur hood, a dark shirt with white stripes, jeans and a necklace. The second suspect was last seen wearing a dark jacket with white stripes down the sleeves, a dark T-shirt with a skull on it, dark pants and dark shoes with white laces. The vehicle they were driving appeared to be a white or silver 4-door sedan. If you or anyone you know has information regarding the suspects, the vehicle or any information on this case, contact the Urbandale Police Department Criminal Investigation Division at 515-278-3926 or the Polk County CrimeStoppers at 515-223-1400.

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Blotter — Des Moines

Muddy shoe garage tattoo

Police reported to the home of Brian Dotts on Feb. 2 for a call about an attempted burglary. Dotts explained to the police that his home is for sale and he had come back to check on it. When he arrived, he noticed that the back garage door had a muddy shoe print on it, and the door handle appeared to be broken. He walked around the house to see if anything was disturbed or missing but found no evidence of missing items or household damage. The house was empty since he is selling it, so everything seemed under control. Dotts said he wanted to report the incident because there had been an increasing number of burglary cases in the neighborhood lately.

A little too much Bailys

Authorities were tipped to a robbery of an individual on Feb. 2. Police found Shawn Cervantez on the side of the road sporting red, watery eyes and a split lip. Cervantez also showed signs of intoxication with slurred speech, staggering and changing his story multiple times. The victim first told police he was drinking at Bailys bar on the east side when two female workers offered to give him a ride to a shelter. He took the ride, and when the two women dropped him off he was beaten up and the women ran to a different car and left. Then he told police that he was beaten up inside of the car, and when they got there, he was thrown out of the vehicle and money from his wallet was stolen. He first stated that he was punched, but then changed his mind and said the suspects used a bottle. Cervantez was seen by medics to assess his situation.

While he was in, she was out

On Feb. 4, police responded to a burglary call placed by Daniel Patton. He stated he was recently running from the police because his wife called them to report a domestic dispute between the two. Patton was caught, arrested and was recently let out of jail. Upon his exit, Patton’s cousin, Jesse, told him that he witnessed Patton’s wife loading purses into the trunk of Patton’s car. Patton noticed two items missing from his home, but also listed two more suspects he believes have stolen from him in the past. Patton was unsure which day this occurred. CV

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