Two of a kind?5/13/2015
Seth Gilliam, who plays a priest on “The Walking Dead,” apparently doesn’t take his prayerful work home with him. Gilliam, 46, was arrested for speeding, possession and DUI — all in one day. Police arrested him in Georgia on May 3, clocking him at 107 mph. He blew a .107 blood alcohol level and was released after posting a bond of $9,818.
At least James Tako Onesimo only broke one law when he was arrested on April 30. Onesimo, also 46, was arrested for second-offense OWI at about 5:39 p.m. He was booked into the Polk County Jail and held on a hefty $8,000 bond.
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.
Police are seeking help in identifying suspects from a theft at the Family Dollar at 3915 S.W. Ninth St. on Tuesday, April 21. At about 9:47 p.m., two suspects entered the store while a third acted as lookout. One suspect was armed with a long gun, while the other had a stick. As one suspect pointed his gun at the victims, the other demanded cash. All suspects fled the scene after receiving money. The suspect armed with the gun is described as being a black male, approximately 6 feet tall with a thin build and wearing a dark hooded-sweatshirt with dark pants and a mask. The second suspect was described as a black male, approximately 5-foot-7 with a thin build and wearing a blue or purple hooded-sweatshirt with dark pants and a mask. The third suspect appeared to have the same attire as the second. Anyone with information on the identity or location of these individuals is asked to call the Des Moines Police Detective Bureau at 283-4869 or the Polk County Crime Stoppers anonymously at 223-1400 or online at www.polkcountycrimestoppers.org.
Blotter — Des Moines
Up to no good
A witness called police to report a break-in at 2293 Saylor Road on May 4. The witness said she saw three or four black male juveniles kick in the back door, enter and then leave. She went to the house after they had gone and said the suspects appeared to be Hiatt Middle School students. The witness said her friend was following them in a vehicle when the group met up with a white male juvenile who had a pink cast on some part of his body. The group was last seen walking north on Sixth Avenue. The same evening, an officer was writing a report at Hubbell and Easton when he observed a white male with a pink cast on his left hand riding a bike. The officer spoke to the kid but didn’t mention the burglary.
Police were dispatched to 4145 E. 24th Court on a burglary in progress on May 1. Upon arrival, they noticed shattered glass on the door leading to the garage on the house’s east side. There was blood on the door and the floor of the garage, but the suspect had fled the scene before police arrived. Police spoke to Linda Gauldin, who said she heard the sound of glass breaking coming from the backyard of the affected house. Knowing the house was vacant and no one should be inside, she walked across the street to investigate and found the door opened slightly on the bottom and saw feet inside. Gauldin yelled at the suspect to get out and then ran to a neighbor’s house. Gauldin told the neighbor to call police for help, and both women observed a male of unknown race running eastbound through the yards. The suspect was approximately 5-foot-10, 160 pounds and wearing white T-shirt and blue jeans. Nothing appeared to have been taken from the garage, and there was no video at the time of the report. There are no suspects at this time, and police were unsuccessful in their attempts to contact the homeowner. CV