KQRadio.com • KQWC • Sunday, April 20, 2014 Weather: Fair N/AF FacebookRSS
Local News
Tip leads to the arrest one of Hamilton County Crimestoppers Most Wanted.
Posted: Feb 17 2013 by ppowers

 

Webster City Police on Friday received information that Jaime Cervantes who is featured on this month's Hamilton County Crimestoppers most wanted poster,had been observed at 1222 Water Street,Apartment #2 in Webster City. The information was received through its TipSoft program. Tipsoft is a program that allows citizens to anonymously send text and web based information to law enforcement in Hamilton County.

When city police officers knocked on the door, Cervantes answered the door. Initially he denied being Jaime Cervantes and stated he was not in the apartment,but when officers confronted him with his picture on the most wanted poster,he admitted he was in fact Jaime Cervantes and knew he had an active warrant. Officers then arrested Cervantes and transported him to the Hamilton County Jail. Upon further investigation it was discovered that Cervantes had provided law enforcement with a fake name. His real name is Gonzales Cervantes Yolman Guadalupe. This was verified by his Mexican identification. Webster City Police Chief Brian Hughes said the tipster received a $100 cash reward.

 

Webster City Police on Friday received information that Jaime Cervantes who is featured on this month's Hamilton County Crimestoppers most wanted poster,had been observed at 1222 Water Street,Apartment #2 in Webster City. The information was received through its TipSoft program. Tipsoft is a program that allows citizens to anonymously send text and web based information to law enforcement in Hamilton County.

When city police officers knocked on the door, Cervantes answered the door. Initially he denied being Jaime Cervantes and stated he was not in the apartment,but when officers confronted him with his picture on the most wanted poster,he admitted he was in fact Jaime Cervantes and knew he had an active warrant. Officers then arrested Cervantes and transported him to the Hamilton County Jail. Upon further investigation it was discovered that Cervantes had provided law enforcement with a fake name. His real name is Gonzales Cervantes Yolman Guadalupe. This was verified by his Mexican identification. Webster City Police Chief Brian Hughes said the tipster received a $100 cash reward.

Back

Latest News Headlines
Current Conditions

Fair

N/AF
Full Forecast