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Two of a kind?

2/25/2015

two of a kind The Weekndtwo of a kind LahoriApparently the weekends aren’t always great for the newly famous singer The Weeknd. In Las Vegas on Jan. 3, The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye) was hauled off to jail for assault. But he didn’t get in a regular silly bar fight — The Weeknd got in a physical, fist-throwing fight with a police officer. Around 4:20 a.m., he was taken into custody and was bailed out soon after.

I guess what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. Like The Weeknd, Malcolm Lahori was arrested on Jan. 30 for assault as well — only his was domestic. Lahori was taken to the Polk County Jail around 9 p.m. His bail was set at $3,000.

 

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.crimestopper1crimestopper2

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The Des Moines Police Department is seeking help in locating an individual regarding multiple robberies. Adam Hamblin, 22, is wanted for two counts of first-degree robbery. He is being charged with two cases including a robbery at the Watrous Git ‘n’ Go and the robbery at Perkins Restaurant on East Euclid. During both robberies, Hamblin was carrying a handgun that is believed to still be in his possession. If you or anyone you know has information on the whereabouts of the suspect, you are asked to contact the Des Moines Police Communications Center at 515-283-4811 or the Polk County Crimestoppers at 515-223-1400.

Blotter — Des Moines

 

Not so friendly friends

On Feb. 13, authorities responded to a call made by Aldina Sudic regarding a robbery. Sudic reported to police that she was driving and came to a stoplight. While stopped, a man wearing a tan coat and a hat that she knew through mutual friends came up to her car. Upon reaching the car, the man put his hands in his pockets and acted like he had a weapon. He demanded all of the money Sudic had, so she gave him $200. She then ran to a nearby building to an apartment room. Police went to the room where Sudic supposedly hid, and after announcing that they were police, people in the room stopped answering. Sudic was able to get the phone number for the man who stole her money and found he has several warrants out for his arrest.

 

Blame the hamburglar

Authorities responded to a burglary on Feb. 16 at the home of Kim Wilson. The victim reported that she left her house for a couple hours that day, and when she came home her door was unlocked. She thought it was strange, so she went through her house. Wilson reported that it appeared that someone went through the food in her kitchen and opened a plastic bag in her refrigerator. Victim was adamant about a police report. There are no known suspects.

 

All for the beer and rock ‘n’ roll

On Feb. 17 police responded to a follow-up burglary call made by Gustavo Perez at his business La Hacienda. Victim reported that on his way to the gym he stopped by the business to check out a burglary from the night before. Upon arrival, he found the door was open and an amplifier was sitting on the ramp on the north side of the business. He entered his business and found that various amplifiers, a soundboard, a flat screen television and an amount of alcohol were missing. There was also a cart on the stage full of cases of beer that the suspects appeared to want to take but didn’t. Perez said he does not have a surveillance system in place. CV

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