The Marshalltown Police Department is seeking public assistance in locating a wanted person.  Johnqwez Deanthony LEWIS, age 19, of Marshalltown has outstanding arrest warrants for probation violation and failure to appear in court.  Lewis is described as an African-American, male.  He is approximately 6”2” and 250 pounds.

Anyone with information concerning LEWIS and his whereabouts is asked to contact the Marshalltown Police Department at 641.754.5725.  Information can also be submitted to Marshall County Crime Stoppers by calling 641.753.1234 or via text by texting the word “marshall” followed by the tip to CRIMES (274637), or online at www.marshallcountycs.com.  All tips are completely anonymous and could earn a reward of up to $1,000 if the tip results in an arrest.
 
 
The Marshall County Crimes Stoppers presented the Outstanding Crime Fighter Award to Marshalltown Police Department Detective Brian Siegert at the Marshalltown City Council meeting on October 10, 2016. The award was present to Siegert in recognition of his outstanding service and commitment to the citizens of Marshalltown. The award was present by Mark Osmundson, Marshall County Crime Stoppers Chair and Marshalltown Police Chief Michael Tupper.

Marshalltown Police Chief Michael Tupper has these comments during the presentation of the award, “Detective Brian Siegert has served the Marshalltown community with pride and distinction for 14 years.  Brian has served the past 5 years as a detective assigned to the police department’s Special Services Division.”

“Over the past 5 years, Brian has worked several high profile cases.  Brian has done an exceptional job as a detective.  Brian is a dependable and knowledgeable team member.  He is a tenacious investigator who strives to ensure crime victims are served compassionately.  Brian has been a go to guy in many respects and can be counted upon to professionally serve his department and community each day.”

“In 2015, Brian was assigned a complicated investigation involving the sexual assault of a very young child.  This was a true “Who done it” case.  If not for Brian’s hard work, dedication and refusal to give up, this case would have gone unsolved.  Brian worked diligently with the victim, the victim’s family and several other agency partners to ensure that this case was not only solved but that the offender was held accountable for his actions.  Brian is extremely humble and will tell people that he was just doing his job.  However, Brian did more than just his job.  Brian went above and beyond the call of duty to make sure this heinous crime was solved.  We cannot put to words what Brian’s efforts meant for this case.  We can safely say that Brian made a difference.  Thanks to Brian’s efforts, a violent criminal offender is serving time in a State of Iowa penitentiary and our community is a safer place to live, work and call home.”

Marshall County Crime Stoppers is a local crime prevention agency that helps local law enforcement agencies. Crime Stoppers provides many ways for the public to report criminal activity and help local law enforcement solve crimes.

The Crime Stoppers phone line is available 24/7:   641.753.1234

Tips can also be sent online:  www.marshallcountycs.com

By text: 274637 (CRIMES) Put "Marshall" first followed by text message

All tips remain anonymous and may qualify for a reward of up to $1000.

Marshall County Crime Stoppers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and donations can be sent to the following address:  Marshall County Crime Stoppers, 112 W Church St., Marshalltown, IA 50158 or online at their website: marshallcountycs.com

T-R PHOTO By MIKE DONAHEY
Det. Brian Siegert, center, of the Marshalltown Police Department, was presented the Marshall County Crime Stoppers Outstanding Crime Fighter Award by Mark Osmundson, left, and Marshalltown Police Chief Mike Tupper, at a city council meeting earlier this week. Osmundson, co-owner of Eldora Broadcasting, Inc., and MTN Broadcasting, Inc., is chairman of the all-volunteer MCCS. “Det. Siegert has served the community with pride and distinction for 15 years,” said Tupper. “He has served the past five years as a detective assigned to the MPD’s Special Services Division. Tupper also lauded Siegert’s ability in investigating an incident involving the sexual assault of a young child in 2015. “Brian went above and beyond the call of duty to make sure this heinous crime was solved.”