Two of a kind7/27/2016
Draymond Green, an NBA player for the Golden State Warriors, was arrested on July 10 for assault. Green, 26, was in a bar and became involved in an altercation with another patron. The dispute allegedly came about when Green bumped into the victim, and the victim called him out. Green responded by punching him in the face. Green was arrested and released on a $200 bond. He said he is very sorry about the incident.
Bryan Dissinger, 32, was also recently arrested on assault charges. Dissinger was arrested on July 17 and booked into Polk County Jail with a $300 bond. His level of sorrow has not yet been reported.
This information was obtained from Ankeny’s Most Wanted. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The Ankeny Police Department asks that anyone with information on the location or identity of this suspects call 515-289-5264.
Two women are wanted in Ankeny for writing more than $6,000 in checks from closed accounts in Kansas City and Blue Springs, Missouri, to an Ankeny business. They were seen leaving the area in a black GMC Yukon with unidentifiable plates, possibly from Missouri.
Anyone with any information about the suspect is encouraged to e-mail or call Detective Mortvedt at email@example.com or 515-289-5269.
Blotter — Des Moines
What is this world coming to?
Police were called to the Family Violence Shelter for an assault on July 14 between 4 and 5 p.m. The victim was hesitant to make a report due to the suspect’s behavior and fear of retaliation. The victim stated that she and other clients of the shelter were at the K-Mart. She was in the parking lot when another shelter client assaulted her. The victim stated that the suspect was trying to buy medication from her, and she refused. The suspect punched her on the left side of her face twice and pushed her to the ground. The victim is in a wheelchair and is missing part of her right leg below the knee. The victim had obvious bruising and looked to have some minor swelling under her left eye. The victim stated that she had a bruise on her right thigh as well and complained of pain to her ribs. An officer on the scene took photos of the facial injuries. A shelter staff member stated that the suspect would be discharged due to the assault and other strong-arm behavior with other clients.
Officers were dispatched to Guthrie Street on a burglary report on July 18 at around 6 p.m. They met with the niece of the victim, who is caring for the house while the homeowners are away. The caller stated that she and her husband were last at the house on June 29 to mow the lawn. When they returned on July 18 to mow the lawn again, they observed a window on the north side of the house had been left open and the screen was lying on the ground beside the window. The caller stated she climbed in through the window and found that someone had broken into the house and made a mess. The officer observed cabinets and closets open and emptied on the floor and the home being generally messy. The caller stated that she does not know what is missing, but the homeowners have a collection of cameras that cannot be found. The officer spoke with the homeowner on the phone, who stated that she would be able to identify what is missing when she returns to the house in August.
Police responded to a call on 10th Street on July 17 around 10:15 p.m. on report of a dispute. The caller stated that she and another woman have been fighting. The caller told the other woman that if she wanted to fight, they would meet at Prospect Park to do so, but then the suspect and some friends showed up at the caller’s house. The caller states that she didn’t see them arrive but knew the suspect kicked in her front door. After the door was kicked in, the two women got into a physical fight on the front lawn. It was reported that a shot broke up the fight. The officers did not find any evidence of the shot. CV