Two of a kind2/10/2016
Blac Chyna, 27, was arrested on Jan. 29 for public intoxication and drug possession while entering the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The former exotic performer, who is known for her relationships with Tyga and the Kardashian family, was on her way to board a connecting flight to London when she began yelling at a flight attendant and being disruptive. She was arrested immediately after bail was set at $8,000. She was released shortly posting bond.
Public intoxication isn’t just for the famous these days. Crystal Dawn Jones, also 27, was arrested on Jan.1 for consumption, intoxication and interference with official acts. She was arrested at 5:23 a.m. and booked into Polk County Jail with bail set at $600.
This information was obtained from the Polk County Crime Stoppers. 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.
Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa is asking for the public’s help in finding a suspect who has been involved in residential burglaries and credit card fraud in the Des Moines area for a couple months. Anyone with information on the identity of suspect is asked to call Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa at 515-223-1400.
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On Jan. 30, police were dispatched to College Avenue on a report of vandalism. When officers arrived, they observed what appeared to be a gunshot in the windshield of the victim’s car. The officer began searching and found two brass casings in the street and six additional casings on the sidewalk corner of 13th and College. IDENT was called to the scene for processing. A witness told police that he had a home security system that shows four individuals in the area at the time of the incident, but the quality of the video was subpar, according to police. The witness told police he was more than willing to offer the video to them to view again if needed, but no suspects were known at the time of the report.
Police were dispatched to a QT gas station in the metro area on reports of vandalism on Jan. 31. When an officer arrived, he spoke to the victim who believed his car had been broken into. The victim’s car had stalled on the on-ramp to I-235 from University, and the victim decided to leave his car on the side of the road over night. When the victim returned to his car the next day, the passenger side window had been broken into, and his driver’s license, car registration, car title and debit card were missing from the car. The police observed the damage and items scattered throughout the vehicle. The officer advised the victim to have the car towed to avoid further damage. No suspects were known at the time of the report.
Bullets in the dark
Police were dispatched to 13th Street on Jan. 31 on reports of a shooting. When law enforcement arrived, the victims said they heard six or seven gunshots and went outside to investigate. Outside their house, the victims saw their vehicle had been shot at multiple times, and their house had been shot at as well. The victims told police they did not know who would have wanted to do this to them. IDENT was called to the scene for processing. A neighbor provided police with security camera footage that showed a dark colored, four-door vehicle had approached the residence and then turned southbound on 13th Street before driving off. No further information was known at the time of the report. CV