Two of a kind?6/15/2016
Darren Collison, 29, a point guard for the Sacramento Kings, was arrested on May 30 on a domestic violence charge. Police were summoned to the athlete’s home by a woman who had visible injuries and arrested Collinson for the domestic abuse and unrelated outstanding warrants. The Sacramento Kings condemned the actions and are still investigating before taking further action.
Robbie Streeper, 32, was also recently arrested on a domestic abuse charge. He was booked into Polk County jail without bond on June 6. It is doubtful that a basketball team is investigating him.
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.
On May 26, at approximately 10:57 p.m., the Des Moines Police Department Communications Center began receiving phone calls about gunfire heard near the area of 40th Place and Crocker Street. At least one call also reported that a person had been shot, and that he was believed to be deceased. Upon arrival at the scene, police officers found a deceased adult male in the roadway at the 4000 block of Crocker Street. This death is being investigated as a homicide. The victim has been identified as 44-year-old Des Moines resident Scott Allan Perez Sr.
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While working on paperwork at a Des Moines Area Regional Transit (DART) bus station at around 1:15 p.m. on June 3, a Des Moines police officer was approached by man who said he had been beat up and robbed at gunpoint. The officer asked if the victim needed medical attention, but the victim declined. The victim said he was riding his bike near DART, just south of Seventh and Cherry streets, when a white, boxy Chevy Impala pulled up. The occupants wanted to speak with the man, but he ignored them and kept riding. The victim said he was near the YMCA Residence building and trying to hide when the Impala pulled up next to him, and the occupants pulled him into the car. The victim stated the only reason they didn’t get him completely in the car was that his pant leg got caught on the pedal of his bike. According to the victim, once inside the car, one of his male assailants had a black gun and held him at gunpoint while the two others hit him and went through his pockets. One of the males told the victim to leave his “stuff” and he could leave. Next, the victim said he shouted at a female near the 800 block of Cherry, asking her to call the police. The victim said many people were around as he ran into the ramp screaming, and they are potential witnesses. The victim stated that the Impala left on Cherry, but he was unsure if it travelled in front of DART or where it went to. The officer asked if the victim could describe his attackers, but he couldn’t recall what they looked like because he said they were all hitting him and one was holding a gun to him. The victim said at least one appeared to be in his 20s. The victim appeared shaken up and was upset that he’d had his things taken. After a short time, the victim recalled that the vehicle had two different license plates. He knew because the vehicle was following him and he tried to memorize one of the plates. He said one looked like an Iowa license plate and the other one looked like it was from another state. One of the partial plates had the numbers V2V. The victim had swelling to his left eye and scratches on his neck. He also complained of pain in his shoulders. CV