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Two Rescued after Fall in Mineshaft

On 10/15/16 at approximately 01:26 A.M. officers of the Dubuque Police Department responded to North Grandview Ave. near Bunker Hill Golf Course/Pet Park after receiving a third party report that two subjects were trapped in a mine shaft and one was injured.

Officers arrived on scene and were directed to a storm drain the subjects used to access the mine shaft.  Officers entered the storm drain and were able locate the subjects at the end of a long tunnel.  They were identified as 28 year old Dallas Julian Blake, of 886 Tatum St. St. Paul, MN and 23 year old Madeleine Rae Fiksdal, 3615 Nottingham Dr. NW Rochester.  Fiksdal sustained multiple injuries from a fall.  

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Dubuque Police Department Launches P2C
On Monday, October 10th, 2016, the Dubuque Police Department and its partner agencies, the Dubuque Fire Department, Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office, and Dubuque 911 Emergency Communications Center, launched a new website called Police to Citizen (P2C) (http://p2c.cityofdubuque.org/). P2C is an internet-based solution that allows citizens quick and easy access to general information on calls for service (including a mapping feature), police reports, recent arrests, & wanted individuals. read more...
Suspect Arrested on Attempted Murder Warrant
On September 21st, 2016, at approximately 7:17 a.m., Dubuque Police arrested Charles A. Layfield, 29, of 2227 Washington Street, at the Dubuque Law Enforcement Center on charges of Attempted Murder, Going Armed with Intent, and Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon. The charges stem from Layfield’s alleged involvement in a shooting near 19th and Jackson Street around 1:00 a.m. on September 11th. Also arrested immediately following the shooting was Shadeed J. Monroe, 22, of 1593½ Main read more...
The Jule Implements Changes to Youth Bus Fare
DUBUQUE, Iowa -- Beginning August 1, students will no longer ride the Jule for free. A change to Jule policy will require students to swipe an Annual Youth Pass or pay the bus fare each time they ride the bus.Annual Youth Passes are now available for purchase and will remain valid through July 31, 2017. Students ages 11 to 18 may purchase an annual pass for $10. Students ages 6 to 10 receive their annual pass at no cost but still must be issued a card and swipe each time they read more...
Man Involved in Standoff Arrested
On June 21st, 2016, at approximately 4:30 p.m., a Dubuque County Sheriff’s Deputy located a vehicle occupied by an individual who was the subject of a welfare check issued to area law enforcement personnel. The individual exited his vehicle on Sky Blue Drive wearing a bullet resistant vest and armed with a rifle. Despite being ordered to disarm himself, the subject remained armed and retreated into a nearby wooded area. Additional law enforcement personnel responded, established a sec read more...
Multiple Arrests Stemming from Recent Disturbances and Shots Fired
On June 28th, 2016, Dubuque Police arrested several individuals believed to be involved in recent disturbances in the downtown area, some involving weapons & gunfire. These individuals are:  Frank D. Washington Jr., 21, of 31 East 24th Street, DubuqueCharges: Harassment 1st Degree (x2), Going Armed with Intent, Carrying Weapons Imla Alvarenga, 18, of 1464 Central Avenue #3, DubuqueCharges: Aiding & Abetting: Harassment 1st Degree (x2), Going Armed with Intent, Carrying WeaponsVinc read more...
Shots Fired Investigation Leads to Arrest
On June 23rd, 2016, at 11:02 p.m., Dubuque Police responded to a report of shots fired in the 1400 block of Bluff Street. As officers arrived, several individuals attempting to leave the area were detained and identified. Among them was Martell D. Wilson, 19, of Zion, IL. Officers also located shell casings from expended ammunition in the immediate area but received minimal cooperation from those detained. The investigation continued into June 24th and included reviewing traffic camera footage i read more...
Public Input Sought on Body Worn Camera Policy
The Dubuque Police Department is developing an officer body-worn camera (BWC) program. Funding for the cameras is available through the City of Dubuque budget, a Department of Justice (DOJ) grant, as well as donations from concerned citizens. As part of the program, the department is developing an internal policy to offer guidance to officers pertaining to such issues as wearing, use, record retention & dissemination, and other facets of recommended BWC usage. As the department works to deve read more...

Local arrests for Dubuque Iowa entered into the Arrest Database in the last 7 days.
This is a list of arrests, not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law.

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