DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – A Davenport man faces expenses after police say he tried to rob a Davenport enterprise Wednesday to repay a drug debt.
Darien Michael Crowell, 27, was booked into the Scott County Jail Thursday night time on expenses of second-degree theft, a Class C felony, and interference with official acts, a easy misdemeanor.
Bond was set Friday morning at $10,000 money or surety. He has a preliminary listening to on Jan. 29.
Davenport police responded round 10:30 p.m. Wednesday to The Liquor Retailer, 211 W. 53rd St., for a report of a theft.
In keeping with an arrest affidavit, officers discovered Crowell shoved an worker right into a glass show and tried to take cash from the money register, however the worker locked the drawer.
He then assaulted the worker once more and stated he had a gun whereas pointing towards a cross draw bag on Crowell’s chest, in response to the affidavit.
He then left with the worker’s purse. Crowell was positively recognized by the worker in a photograph line-up, in response to the affidavit.
Round 6 p.m. Wednesday, officers positioned Crowell within the 5100 block of Ripley Avenue. He took off operating when officers recognized themselves, in response to the affidavit.
Police arrested him a short while later. In keeping with the affidavit, he had the Liquor Retailer worker’s driver’s license with him.
A search of Crowell’s bed room turned up the remainder of the gadgets taken from the worker.
In keeping with the affidavit, he admitted to planning to rob the enterprise with the intent of paying a drug debt off.
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