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Woman seriously injured in Fort Dodge shooting incident; 3 juveniles arrested on felony gang charges

FORT DODGE – A woman was seriously injured in a Fort Dodge shooting incident and three juveniles were tracked down and arrested on felony gang charges, police say.

On the afternoon of July 27, at approximately 4:40 PM, officers with the Fort Dodge Police Department were dispatched to the area of the 1000 block of South 20th Street in Fort Dodge after receiving several reports of shots fired in the area. Additional calls were received indicating that one female was shot as well.

When officers arrived on scene, they located a 26‐year‐old female who had sustained gunshot wounds resulting in life threatening injuries. Officers on scene immediately began rendering aid to the female along with witnesses at the scene assisting them. The Fort Dodge Fire Department arrived on scene shortly after and transported the female to Unity Point – Trinity Regional Medical Center for further treatment. The female’s medical condition was believed to be critical at the time.

Upon further investigation from the Fort Dodge Police Patrol and Criminal Investigation Division, officers located numerous witnesses in the area. Officers also located several houses in the surrounding area that were struck by gunfire, along with a large amount of physical evidence at the scene.

Officers and investigators are continuing to process evidence and follow up with witnesses of this incident.

The Fort Dodge Police Department was assisted by the Webster County Sheriff’s Office, Webster County Attorney’s Office, and Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation in the investigation. The Fort Dodge Fire Department also assisted at the scene.

Following this incident, the Fort Dodge Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division along with the Division of Criminal Investigation, the Webster County Attorney’s Office and Webster County Sheriffs continued to track down leads and gather information. As a result of the investigation multiple search warrants were conducted in the 600 Blk N 22nd St as well as another in the 600 Blk 8th Ave N with the assistance of the Special Emergency Response Team (SERT) and the Iowa State Patrol Tactical Team. As a result of the ongoing investigation, arrest warrants were issued for the three juveniles listed below. The charges include one or more forcible felonies which has resulted in the juveniles being charged as adults.

Jamarrion J. Davis (AKA J.J.)
– Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon (C Felony)
– Going Armed with Intent (D Felony)
– Willful Injury (C Felony)
– Criminal Gang Participation (D Felony)
– Minor Armed with a Dangerous Weapon (Serious Misdemeanor)
Davis was described as being 17 years of age, 5’8” tall, and weighing 115 pounds. Mr. Davis should be considered armed and dangerous. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Mr. Davis, they are encouraged to contact law enforcement immediately.

Patrick E. Walker (AKA Mo Mo)
– Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon (C Felony)
– Going Armed with Intent (D Felony)
– Willful Injury (C Felony)
– Criminal Gang Participation (D Felony)
– Minor Armed with a Dangerous Weapon (Serious Misdemeanor)
– Possession of a Firearm as a Felon (D Felony)
Walker was described as being 17 years of age, 6’2” tall, and weighing 205 pounds. Mr. Walker should be considered armed and dangerous. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Mr. Walker, they are encouraged to contact law enforcement immediately.

Javen C. Preston (AKA Dun Dotta)
– Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon (C Felony)
– Going Armed with Intent (D Felony)
– Willful Injury (C Felony)
– Criminal Gang Participation (D Felony)
– Minor Armed with a Dangerous Weapon (Serious Misdemeanor)

Preston was described as being 16 years of age, 5’2” tall, and weighing 116 pounds. Mr. Preston should be considered armed and dangerous. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Mr. Preston, they are encouraged to contact law enforcement immediately.

After the search warrants were conducted, the Fort Dodge Police Departments Criminal Investigations Division along the Division of Criminal Investigation, and Webster County Attorneys Office continued to investigate the incident.

At approximately 12:11 P.M. Thursday afternoon, August 4, Javen C. Preston was taken into custody without incident. Preston was arrested on the following charges:
• Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon (C Felony)
• Going Armed with Intent (D Felony)
• Willful Injury (C Felony)
• Criminal Gang Participation (D Felony)
• Minor Armed with a Dangerous Weapon (Serious Misdemeanor)

At approximately 2:37 P.M. Thursday afternoon, August 4, Jamarrion J. Davis was taken into custody without incident. Davis was arrested on the following charges:
• Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon (C Felony)
• Going Armed with Intent (D Felony)
• Willful Injury (C Felony)
• Criminal Gang Participation (D Felony)
• Minor Armed with a Dangerous Weapon (Serious Misdemeanor)

At approximately 4:54 P.M. Thursday afternoon, August 4, Patrick E. Walker turned himself in to Officers at the Webster County Law Enforcement Center without incident. Walker was arrested on the following charges:
• Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon (C Felony)
• Going Armed with Intent (D Felony)
• Willful Injury (C Felony)
• Criminal Gang Participation (D Felony)
• Minor Armed with a Dangerous Weapon (Serious Misdemeanor)
• Possession of a Firearm as a Felon (D Felony)

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