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Area man sentenced to prison for failing to register as sex offender
CEDAR RAPIDS | A man who failed to register as a sex offender was sentenced Tuesday to 21 months in federal prison.
March 05 2015
Breaking the cycle: Comprehensive re-entry programs key to reintegrating offenders
CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowa confines some 8,000 inmates in its prisons today. And once out, a large proportion of them again will find themselves in trouble with the law. The Iowa Department of...
January 25 2015
Cedar Rapids man acquitted of sexual abuse charges
A 37-year-old Cedar Rapids man charged with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in 2011 was acquitted Friday by a Linn County jury. The jury found Eddie Jones not guilty of felony third-degree sexual abuse and criminal transmission of a contagious or infectious disease, a misdemeanor, following a four-day trial. Jones started crying when the verdict was read Friday by 6th Judicial District ...
December 12 2014
Cedar Rapids man pleads guilty to charges related to heroin death
CEDAR RAPIDS — A Cedar Rapids man who provided heroin to a subject who died of an overdose has pleaded guilty to federal charges. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Iowa, 35-year-old Ramon C. Freeman has pleaded guilty on Monday to distribution of heroin resulting in death, three counts of distributing heroin and being a felon in possession of a firearm and ...
November 26 2014
Prosecutor seeks to amend criminal transmission of HIV charge
CEDAR RAPIDS — A prosecutor argued Monday to amend trial information for a Cedar Rapids man who was initially charged with felony criminal transmission of HIV to a misdemeanor charge which is...
September 19 2014
Judge rules charge related to repealed HIV offense can be amended
CEDAR RAPIDS — A judge will allow a prosecutor to amend a charge, initially filed as felony criminal transmission of HIV, to a misdemeanor with a lesser penalty. Sixth Judicial District Mary Chicchelly said in her order that after reviewing the relevant statutes and language she doesn’t think amending the charge is against the legislators’ intent in May in repealing code section 709C.1. An Iowa ...
September 19 2014
Cedar Rapids man accused of voting three times
CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowa’s system of absentee voting is too loose and so subject to fraud, said Joel Miller, Linn County auditor and commissioner of elections, and he said a new criminal case may prove his point. Linn County Attorney Jerry Vander Sanden has filed a felony charge of election misconduct in the first degree against Clarence Ellis of Cedar Rapids, who is accused of voting via absentee ...
August 15 2014
Iowa lowers the bar for criminals: Beginning July 1, lower-level offenders will be forced to give D
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Iowa law enforcement are about to get what Johnson County Sheriff Lonny Pulkrabek calls a “valuable and important tool” that will help close some “very important cases.”
June 29 2014
Man sentenced for leading officers on chase while drunk
MUSCATINE, Iowa — A Cedar Rapids man was sentenced June 13 for eluding law enforcement and operating while intoxicated, each a class D felony. 
June 21 2014
Cedar Rapids man faces federal weapons charge
A Cedar Rapids man caught with a handgun last month claimed he was helping police “get shooters off the street,” according to federal court documents. Timothy L. Rush, 24, is accused by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa of being a felon in possession of a firearm. In 2012, Rush was convicted at the state level of unauthorized possession of offensive weapons, a Class D ...
June 15 2014
Suspect in Sunday shooting in Iowa City arrested
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Police have arrested a Cedar Rapids man in connection with this weekend’s shots fired incident in Iowa City. According to criminal complaints, 19-year-old Daquan D. Jefferson, who goes by Cutthroat, faces charges of intimidation with a dangerous weapon, a Class C felony; going armed with intent, a Class D felony; and reckless use of a firearm, an aggravated misdemeanor. At 7:30 ...
May 22 2014
Sex offender indicted for registration violation
CEDAR RAPIDS | A federal grand jury has indicted a Sumner resident for allegedly failing to register as a sex offender after moving to Iowa.
May 04 2014
Two of Three Escaped Teenagers Found in Cedar Rapids
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Two of three teenagers who escaped from a state-run school for delinquent boys last week have been captured in Cedar Rapids.
April 15 2014
UPDATED: Boutwell sentenced to up to 75 years in prison
Cedar Rapids, iowa
A Clinton man has been sentenced to up to 75 years in prison in connection with charges of sexual abuse and exploitation of a little girl. In March, Jason Boutwell, 33, was found guilty of seven charges of second-degree sexual abuse, a Class B felony, and 60 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, production, a Class C felony.
April 13 2014
Iowa man pleads not guilty in apartment shooting - ABC5 News Des Moines, IA
Cedar Rapids, iowa
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - A Cedar Rapids man has pleaded not guilty in connection to an Iowa City apartment shooting that seriously injured one woman. Gage M. Rupp filed the written plea Thursday to felony charges of intimidation with a dangerous weapon and reckless use of a firearm.
April 13 2014
Four Teens Face Felony Charges after Attempted Burglary
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Cedar Rapids Police said they stopped a burglary in progress Wednesday afternoon. Authorities said at 1:15 a citizen reported what looked to be a burglary at 1920 Fifth Avenue Southeast. Police arrived two minutes later.
April 03 2014
Woman charged with assaulting jailer
WASHINGTON, Iowa (GTNS) – After being arrested Sunday morning for domestic abuse assault causing bodily injury, a serious misdemeanor, a Cedar Rapids woman was charged with the Class D felony of assault against a corrections officer while in the Washington County Jail. Treva Rai Rich, 26, of Cedar Rapids, was released on $3,000 bond with her first appearance in court scheduled for Wednesday. If ...
April 03 2014
Cedar Rapids Woman Accused of Assaulting Jail Guard
WASHINGTON, Iowa - A Cedar Rapids woman is accused of assaulting a guard in the Washington County Jail. Court records show 26-year-old Treva Rich is charged with felony assault on a corrections officer and criminal mischief.
April 03 2014
22 beers and a car chase land driver in trouble
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — A Cedar Rapids man pleaded guilty March 28 to eluding and operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, both class D felonies.
April 02 2014
Clifton Sparks homicide in Cedar Rapids still under investigation
Cedar, Iowa
Cedar Rapids police said Thursday they cannot release any additional information on the death of Clifton Sparks out of concerns it could compromise the investigation. “Information about specific details would be known by an offender or offenders and the investigators,” said Greg Buelow, the city’s public safety communications coordinator. “Therefore, the investigators don’t want to [...]
February 24 2014
Cedar Rapids Man Sentenced For 2012 Break-In Over Drug Debt
Andrew Meyer of Cedar Rapids, seated next to attorney Tom Frerichs, listens as Sixth District of Iowa Judge Ian Thornhill accepts Meyer's guilty plea on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, in Johnson County District Court in Iowa City. Meyer pleaded guilty to burglary in the second degree, a class C felony, and aiding or abetting assault causing serious injury, a class D felony, in relation to a November ...
February 14 2014
Cedar rapids ‘career burglar’ accepts fate for more prison time
Coralville, Iowa
A Cedar Rapids man, who has been convicted of felony burglary 14 times with his last conviction in December, decided at the last minute to accept the inevitable and stipulated on the record that has two or more felony convictions, and will be sentenced as a habitual offender. Last Friday, Darrell Bolden, 52, told a [...]
February 10 2014
"Career Burglar" Accepts Fate for More Prison Time
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - A Cedar Rapids man, who has been convicted of felony burglary 14 times with his last conviction in December, decided at the last minute to accept the inevitable and stipulated on the record that has two or more felony convictions, and will be sentenced as a habitual offender.
February 10 2014
Cedar Rapids man charged following car chase
Miles, iowa
MUSCATINE Iowa — A Cedar Rapids man was charged on Jan. 12 with one count eluding law enforcement, and one count of operating while intoxicated, both class D felonies.
January 23 2014
Johnathan Mitchell will serve 7 years in prison for assaulting man in 2010
A Cedar Rapids man, who was acquitted in October of first-degree murder, will now spend seven years in prison for assaulting a man in 2010. Johnathan Mitchell, 35, pleaded guilty in October to assault causing serious injury without intent to cause injury, a felony, and forgery, an aggravated misdemeanor, in a separate case also in [...]
January 17 2014
Cedar Rapids brothers in justice with different views learn from each other
Early, Iowa
Two Cedar Rapids brothers pursue careers in criminal justice. Yet one puts the offenders away, while his younger brother oversees punishment and prepares them to rejoin society. Linn County Attorney Jerry Vander Sanden and his brother, Bruce Vander Sanden, director of 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services, admitted they don’t always agree. But both [...]
December 02 2013
Law targeting workplace discrimination against gays could pass, Iowa’s Harkin says
Cedar Rapids, iowa
U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, said in Iowa on Friday that a proposed law designed to protect gays and lesbians from workplace discrimination would have enough support to pass in the House if it were introduced next week. Harkin said “powerful forces” want to stop the Employment Non-Discrimination Act or ENDA, which would outlaw discrimination in hiring and [...]
December 01 2013
Check the Iowa Sex Offender Website Before Trick or Treating
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa-- Sex offenders have been known to lure children in with offers of candy. But on Halloween, children may unknowingly be walking right up to the doors of sex offenders, asking for that candy.
October 31 2013
Iowa man gets 10 years for firearm possession - ABC5 News Des Moines, IA
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) - A central Iowa man who was convicted of possessing a firearm as a felon has been sent to federal prison. Delvonn Battle, of Des Moines, was sentenced Thursday in Cedar Rapids to 10 years in federal prison.
October 04 2013
Cedar Rapids to Revoke Cab, Limo Licenses for Unpaid Camera Fines
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Cedar Rapids city officials will start revoking taxicab and limousine licenses if owners don’t pay their red light and speed camera fines. The message went out to taxi and limo owners through letters late last month after city police noticed they had more than 90 delinquent citations for cabs alone.
October 02 2013
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