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Wrestler Jerry “The King” Lawler, 66, was arrested recently on domestic assault charges. Lawler and his fiancée, Lauryn McBride, reportedly had an altercation at their home on June 17. He allegedly hit and pushed her. Lawler claims McBride scratched him, threw a candle and kicked him in a very painful place. Both were taken into custody and later released. Lawler has been suspended from the WWE.
Meanwhile in Des Moines, Craig Lee Miles, 58, was also arrested on domestic assault charges. He was booked into Polk County Jail on June 19 at approximately 8:55 p.m. No bond has been set for him. No word yet on a WWE contract.
The Ankeny Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the following subjects. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. If you have any information regarding the cases listed below, please contact the Ankeny Police Department 515-289-5264 with any information.
On May 16, 2016, a car was robbed and the victim’s credit card was stolen. The card was then used fraudulently to purchase a 50-inch television in Ankeny. The suspect is a white male wearing a yellow T-shirt, black shorts and a black baseball cap. The suspect appears to have tattoos on both arms and his left calf.
This information was obtained from the city of Ankeny’s Most Wanted list. Contact Detective Jeremey Ripperger at email@example.com or 515-289-5264 with any information.
Blotter — Des Moines
On June 21, officers responded to the W Bar, located at 508 Indianola Road, for a report of a fire. Upon arrival, the responding officer pulled up on Southwest Seventh Street and Indianola Road and could see visible flames on the roof. The traffic signals and street lights in front of the bar were out. The fire department arrived and extinguished the fire. Investigators later arrived and investigated the scene. The bar manager said she was alone in the closed bar, and had just finished meeting with a potential future performer when she thought she saw sparks by the kitchen area. She exited the bar, but didn’t call 911.
On June 20, at approximately 10:30 a.m., police were called by a victim reporting she’d been burglarized at gunpoint. The suspect was described as approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, stocky and as a light-skinned black male in his late 40s. He was wearing a black hoodie and jean shorts. The victim said the suspect was driving a newer blue SUV with Iowa license plates. The victim called from her mother’s house. When the officer arrived, he could see she had marks around both wrists as if she had been bound tightly. She also had a bump near her right eye. The victim stated that at about 9:40 a.m., she’d answered her door and the suspect was pointing a silver handgun at her. He pushed his way into the apartment and told the victim to sit on the couch, and then he tied her hands behind her back and used a lamp cord to tie her feet. The suspect then struck the victim on the right side of her face with the handgun, called the victim by a name that wasn’t hers, and said “you set me up with those (expletives).” The victim informed him she didn’t know what he was talking about. He then put an X-box, a Louis Vuitton purse, prescription medications and phone in a garbage can. The suspect then untied the victim and told her to wait in the back bedroom and count to 60 before she came out. When she heard the door close, she went to the window and saw the suspect in the parking lot. She left her apartment, went to her car and followed the suspect in her vehicle obtaining the license plate number. The victim’s sister later told police that they have a half-sister who goes by the name the suspect used during the altercation. CV