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Bond was set at $200,000 for a Rock Island man accused of sexually abusing an 11-year-old.

Alberto W. Dunbar, 21, was arrested and taken to the Rock Island County Jail just before 6 p.m. Sunday, according to a Rock Island police public arrest report.

He is charged with predatory criminal sexual assault, a Class X felony punishable by an extended term of six to 60 years in prison; aggravated criminal sexual abuse, a Class 2 felony punishable by three to seven years in prison; and criminal sexual assault, a Class 1 felony punishable by four to 15 years in prison.

He will be back in court May 2 for a preliminary hearing.

Prosecutors claim in court documents that Dunbar abused the child on Sunday.\u00a0

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A Davenport man was arrested Sunday after police say he committed an armed robbery and stole a gaming system.

Austin Phillip Beadel, 18, faces charges of first-degree robbery, a Class B felony punishable by up to 25 years in prison, and possession of marijuana, a serious misdemeanor.

Beadel was booked into the Scott County Jail at 12:40 a.m. Monday, online records show. Bond was set at $25,000 cash-only.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for May 4.

At 12:18 a.m. Sunday, Davenport police received a call about a robbery that occurred near the 5900 block of Scott Street.

Police say Beadel pointed a firearm at the victims and robbed them of a blue backpack that contained an Xbox 360 and a controller. They were in fear of being shot during the robbery, according to police.

When Beadel was arrested, police say he was in possession of 7.25 grams of marijuana.

He was adjudicated as a juvenile to one count of second-degree robbery and was sentenced in 2014 to 12 months of probation, according to court records.

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Agents with Scott County Sheriff\u2019s Special Operations Unit have arrested two Davenport men in connection with a cocaine trafficking operation.

Jesse Lee Doran, 26, and Christopher Giovanny Patricio, 19, both of 1341 W 4th St., were arrested late Thursday and booked into the Scott County Jail early Friday.

Doran is charged with two counts of possession with intent to deliver no more than 100 grams of cocaine, each a Class C felony under Iowa law, and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia, a simple misdemeanor.

Patricio is charged with one count of conspiracy to deliver no more than 100 grams of cocaine, a Class C felony, and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Under Iowa law, a Class C felony carries a prison sentence of up to 10 years.

According to the arrest affidavits filed by Scott County Sheriff\u2019s agents, twice in March Doran delivered an amount of powder cocaine to a confidential source working under the direction of law enforcement. Each of the deliveries was witnessed by law enforcement officers.

At 10:39 p.m. Thursday, Scott County agents served a search warrant at the home of Doran and Patricio. The warrant was based off of the cocaine and a residential burglary investigation.

During their search officers seized a handgun, several shotguns, cocaine snort tubes, a marijuana pipe, an empty bag that once held cocaine and $200 in cash.

Agents also seized five video games, an Xbox system and an Xbox controller that matched items taken in a recent burglary of a Davenport home in which Patricio is a suspect. Scott County Sheriff\u2019s agents said Davenport Police will be contacted to file the burglary charges.

Agents searching Doran\u2019s cell phone found text messages from people asking for cocaine. If Doran did not have any, he would direct them to Patricio.

Doran was being held Friday night in the Scott County Jail on $100,000 bond. Patricio also was being held Friday night in the Scott County Jail with a bond set at $50,000.

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Davenport Alderman Ray Ambrose's stone-cold poor-shaming\u00a0is an utter embarrassment.

Ambrose shed any veneer usually hiding the worst aspects of NIMBYism Wednesday, attacking the homeless and a religious center founded to feed them, Timothy\u2019s House of Hope.

Northwest Davenport is no place for bums, Ambrose proudly exclaimed. The homeless are bad for business. They're bad for the aesthetics. They're just plain bad.

\u201cIt\u2019s a huge issue with me and I\u2019ll fight it to the very end,\u201d Ambrose said. \u201cI don\u2019t have a warm and fuzzy feeling for the homeless as other people do.\u201d

Seemingly without any sense of irony, Ambrose doubled-down on his poor-shaming on KWQC, clad in a sweatshirt representing St. Raymond Catholic School in Dublin, California. Yes, because Jesus couldn't\u00a0stand the poor hanging around.\u00a0

Now that's out of the way, let's broach the real issue at hand.

For years, Timothy's House of Hope has offered a warm meal to the destitute in downtown Davenport. Earlier this month, it moved to Washington Street. City officials on Wednesday shuttered the meal site citing zoning violations.

To be clear, this kind of thing happens all the time. In less antagonistic settings, Pastor Jim Swope would simply seek an exemption from the zoning ordinance. It's not uncommon for cases involving centers for the homeless, drug addicts or other \"undesirables\" to turn into a local firestorm of Not in My Backyard syndrome.

Even the most charitable tend to get touchy when it's their property value at stake.

This situation is neither new nor extraordinary.

But Ambrose's vocal lack of compassion is exceptional. He boldly pronounced sentiments at which most only hint. Ambrose had no time for subtext.

There's something almost refreshing about Ambrose's candor. Pundits and voters alike regularly lament a politician's unwillingness to lay it all out.\u00a0

But none of that detracts from the utter loathsomeness of Ambrose's words. It's an unnecessary black eye for a City Council that, earlier this week, lost another member to a felony conviction.\u00a0

In a fit of rank classism, he lumped an entire population of Davenport's most vulnerable into a caste. And, perhaps of greatest concern, he stated unequivocally\u00a0that a segment of town isn't welcoming or available to an economic strata. The homeless could be former teachers. They could be out of work laborers. They could be parents. They could be veterans. Maybe drugs or gambling took hold.

Ambrose doesn't know nor much care who they are. \u00a0

Out of sight, out of mind.

The homelessness problem isn't unique to Davenport. Urban centers across the developed world struggle to respond to the epidemic, and they have for years. Some cities have tried to boot them through unconstitutional crackdowns on panhandling. Others have looked the other way as tent cities sprung up in municipal parks. And some have built full-blown shelters, complete with rehab and educational facilities.

Ambrose isn't interested in any of that, though. His only impulse is to move the poor from his fiefdom and slam the gate. It's a close cousin to the type of thought that's segregated cities and schools by class and race for centuries.\u00a0

An elected official, Ambrose isn't interested in facing the complicated racial, economic and social web that feeds the homeless crisis. His only concern is making it someone else's problem.\u00a0

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A Davenport woman and a Muscatine man were behind bars Monday after police say the tried to pass counterfeit money in at least two cities.

Brittany Elizabeth Purscell, 21, and Robert Stanley Nelson III, 36, face three counts each of conspiracy to commit a nonforcible felony and forgery. All the charges are Class D felonies, which are punishable by up to five years on prison.

They are being held in the Scott County Jail on $5,000 bail or surety bond.

Purscell waived her right to a preliminary hearing. Nelson has a preliminary hearing May 4.

According to arrest affidavits filed by Walcott Police Department, the two drove to multiple locations in the city late afternoon and early evening on Sunday and tried to pass off counterfeit money at businesses with the intent to get real money as change.

Just before 10 p.m. Sunday, Purscell went into Subway, 1303 Eagle Ridge Road, LeClaire, with a counterfeit $20 bill to exchange it for real money, according to an arrest affidavit filed by LeClaire Police Department.

Nelson waited for her in the parking lot, according to the affidavit.

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DAVENPORT - Lew\u2019Trevious \u201cLewdy\u201d Davis, 19, departed this life unexpectedly on April 16, 2017 in Davenport. Services will be 11 a.m. Thursday, April 27, 2017, at Third Missionary Baptist Church, 222 W. 14th St., Davenport. Visitation will be\u00a010 a.m. until the time of the service at the church. Burial will be in Davenport Memorial Park.

Lewdy was born Nov. 2, 1997 in Davenport to Regan Davis and Lewis Woodson. He attended Davenport West High School, and currently worked at Frank\u2019s Tree Service. He was known for his bright smile and his laid-back personality. He enjoyed doing landscaping, hanging out with his friends, and playing basketball.

Those left to cherish his memory include his parents, Regan Davis and Lewis Woodson; siblings, Alexis Davis, Ke\u2019Juan Davis, Kalieyah Hughes, Shamaury Woodson, LaTavia Woodson, Amaurian Woodson, Lew\u2019Aijha Woodson and Kinte Woodson; grandfather, Thomas Woodson; and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by maternal grandparents, Urgertean Reyes and Willie Miller; paternal grandmother, Betty Emory; and brothers, Lewis \u201cLewy\u201d Woodson, and Demetrius \u201cFat Cat\u201d Allen.

Online condolences may be expressed to Lewdy\u2019s family by visiting his obituary at www.weertsfh.com

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Within a matter of seconds in the summer of 2015, Trevor Anderson\u2019s life took a drastic turn.

Fresh out of United Township High School, the then-18-year-old landed a gig with Moline-based mobile food vendor, United States Food King.

Anderson quickly \"climbed the ladder\" and earned the opportunity to work over Fourth of July weekend in Bettendorf, where an accident occurred the afternoon of July 3.\u00a0

While Anderson was attaching a flagpole to a marquee atop his employer's trailer at Cumberland Square, 2300 Spruce Hills Drive, the pole buckled.\u00a0He managed to catch it with his right hand, but momentum sent the aluminum object into a nearby power line.

The force of the massive electric shock jolted Anderson almost 20 feet to the ground and knocked out power to\u00a0parts of the shopping center, Bettendorf police confirmed.

\"I saw everything flash blue in front of me,\" the 20-year-old recalled last week. \"I hit the awning of the trailer with my face, then fell onto the ground.\"

Bettendorf Police Sgt. Rich Streepy resuscitated Anderson, who drifted in and out of consciousness on site. Streepy, who declined an interview for this story, later received a life saving award from the city of Bettendorf for his actions. \u00a0

Emergency responders originally transported Anderson to Genesis Medical Center-East Rusholme Street in Davenport before airlifting him to University Hospitals in Iowa City.

He said he spent about a month recovering there, plus an additional two weeks at St. Luke's Hospital in Cedar Rapids.

\"It still feels like it happened yesterday,\" said Anderson, who lives with his father in a mobile home in East Moline. \"Part of me is still trying to move on and realize it\u2019s over.\"

Stuck in a 'fog'

Scar tissue, the remnants of the severe burns Anderson suffered, cover most of his right arm, which he routinely coats with a moisturizing lotion.

Extreme fatigue and soreness keep him inside most days, away from the outdoor activities he used to enjoy, including parkour and hiking.

\"I can\u2019t ever wake up feeling fresh,\" Anderson said.

Prior to the accident, he planned to enter the U.S. Air Force.\u00a0

Instead, he spends most days inside watching TV and playing video games.\u00a0

\"Trevor

East Moline resident Trevor Anderson shows the scars on his right hand caused by an electric shock he suffered in July 2015. The burns cover a large portion of the right side of Anderson's body including his arm, side and the upper portion of his leg.

Although his affected skin remains hypersensitive, Anderson said he struggles more mentally.

He finds it tough to focus, solve problems, retrieve memories and stay on task, which has barred him from returning to work.

\u201cThere\u2019s a fog that makes me feel slower,\u201d he said. \u201cThat\u2019s something that\u2019s been very frustrating to deal with in my life.\u201d

Meanwhile, certain things, such as bright blue lights, trigger nightmarish flashbacks, Anderson said.\u00a0

Every week, he travels to Iowa City, where he undergoes Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR, therapy to treat his trauma.

Scott Anderson said his son, who \"had a bright future ahead of him,\" now is \u201calmost disabled.\u201d

\u201cHe would work if he could,\u201d said Scott, who has a full-time job as a truck driver. \u201cHe\u2019d love to have his own place. I guarantee that.\u201d

U.S. Food King's workers' compensation insurance has covered all of Anderson's medical expenses up to this point, John Enright, who owns the mobile food business, said.\u00a0

OSHA investigation

Just before 2:30 p.m. Friday, July 3, 2015, the lights in Enright's trailer suddenly shut off.\u00a0

\u201cThen I heard a big thump,\" said the longtime food vendor, who was catching up on paperwork in the trailer when it happened. \"I went outside and he (Anderson) was on the ground in a fetal position.\"

Enright called his previous employee a \"good kid,\" who \"showed up and worked hard.\" Last week, however, he said he suspects the accident could have been avoided.

\u201cI think it was his (Anderson's) fault, but he paid his own price for it,\u201d Enright continued. \"Everybody makes mistakes.\"

On July 10, 2015, Iowa\u2019s Occupational Safety & Health Administration, or OSHA, investigated the incident.\u00a0

The following October, the agency cited Enright for three \u201cserious\u201d violations, each carrying a $750 fine.

OSHA determined Enright\u00a0failed to conduct any \u201cformal hazard assessment\u201d of the job site, leaving personnel exposed to dangers, including power lines, atop the trailer, according to documents provided by Anderson. An OSHA inspector also cited the employer for exposing his workers to possible electric shock without providing any form of safety training.

Additionally, the agency charged Enright for allowing untrained employees with conductive material to work on top of the trailer within 10 feet of an active power line, which resulted in the accident, the report states.\u00a0

Enright, who dismissed OSHA's claims and its entire investigation in an interview with the Times, paid $2,250 in fines, closing the case last May, Jens Nissen,\u00a0Iowa\u00a0OSHA\u00a0administrator, said.

This summer, Enright said he plans to bring his food trailer back to Bettendorf for the city's Fourth of July activities. \u00a0

In the coming years, Anderson hopes to continue improving his physical and mental health so he eventually can go back to school or work. For now, he is taking one day at a time.\u00a0

\"You can't really control what happens in life sometimes,\" Anderson said. \"Sometimes, life just happens, and if you're forced to wear the shoes, you might as well walk a couple miles.\"\u00a0

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