COLLEGE ROBBERY: Four Arrested At Basketball Game | Crime
At approximately 7:36 PM on Thursday, January 31, the Fort Dodge Police Department responded to the report of a theft that had just taken place at an Iowa Central Community College basketball game.
According the report, four black male suspects had stolen the cash box from the auditorium and were being pursued by the ICCC Security staff. During the theft, ICCC student Kuaniyal Malual Chol (20), who was tending the cash box, was assaulted as he attempted to prevent the theft from occurring. Chol received minor injuries that did not require medical attention.
Upon arriving on the scene, officers were informed that three suspects had fled into a wooded area on the north side of campus. Thanks to excellent, detailed witness statements, the Webster County Sheriff’s Department, and the ICCC Security staff, officers quickly located those three suspects. However, when ordered to stop, the three men fled. One suspect, later identified as Quenton Dean Morrison (19), was immediately apprehended. Sir Jonathon Leon Barnes (22) was later discovered hiding in a vehicle in the 500 block of F Street. Johnathin Jordan Hall (20) was found on Hwy 169 west of the ICCC campus, and Calvin Jamal Clark (20) was detained on campus by the ICCC Security staff. All four were arrested without further incident. None of the suspects were students at ICCC or residents of Fort Dodge. The Webster County Attorney’s Office assisted the ICCC staff today in filing the appropriate charges against the suspects.
According to FDPD Chief Tim Carmody, this is “another great example of witnesses providing timely and accurate information, and the great working relationship and partnerships that exist between ICCC staff and security, the Webster County Sheriff’s Department, and the Webster County Attorney’s Office.”