Here's a summary of crimes Detective Leach says they need help in solving:
--On April 11, the male black subject pictured entered Walmart in Moline. He walked back to the electronics department, selected a Bose speaker and put it in his cart. He then went to the automotive section and selected several items. He went back to the electronics department again and selected another Bose speaker. He walked to the pet department and hid the speakers under 3 bags of dog food. He then walked out of the store without paying for any of it.
--On May 4, two women entered Burlington Coat Factory in Bettendorf and stole a detacher tool that employees use to remove security tags off merchandise. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize why they stole it. These ladies are likely career shoplifters.
Detective Leach says they need helping locating a man who's been missing for a year:
--David McAllister is a 22 year old white male, 5'9" tall. 160 pounds. He has medium length dark blonde hair, blue eyes. He has a number of tattoos. Most visible are the words "STAY" inside right elbow and "TRUE" inside left elbow. Also has small symbol between thumb and forefinger on right hand, and small smiley face between the thumb and forefinger on his left hand. He was last seen at home in Bettendorf, on May 10, 2017.
Detective Leach mentions they need assistance locating the following wanted fugitives:
--Tre Desean Henderson. On Friday, April 27, Henderson assaulted a 5 year old child, who has since died. Davenport Police are urgently trying to locate him. He is dangerous to children.
--Rasheem Demonte Bogan. Bogan is wanted by Rock Island Police for Aggravated Flee/Elude Police ($50,000 bond). On April 4,police attempted a traffic stop on him and he fled from officers, leaving the roadway at one point and running stop lights and stop signs. The officer stopped pursuing him for everyone’s safety. Bogan is considered armed and dangerous, having a previous murder charge, weapons, charge and he has been a drug user and gang member.
--Arthur Keith Lobley. Lobley failed to report back to the Davenport Work Release Center as required on Friday, morning January 19. He is convicted of two counts of Robbery in Scott County and should be considered armed and dangerous. Do not approach him.
Detective Leach also wanted to remind everyone tomorrow night is Crime Stoppers Night as the Quad City Steamwheelers host the Wichita Force at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline. The first 500 children between the ages of 6 and 12 will receive a free Crime Stoppers Steamwheelers tee shirt.
If you have information about any of these crimes or individuals, submit your tips to 309-762-9500 or by utilizing their Mobile App.