A man has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run crash that killed a Des Moines motorcyclist last fall, authorities said. Jack Jay Janda, 67, of Woodward has been charged with vehicular homicide by reckless driving, vehicular homicide by operating while intoxicated and leaving the scene of a fatal accident, jail records show. Janda was booked into the Polk County Jail on Tuesday.
Defense attorneys for Iowa celebrity Chris Soules are arguing that the state law prosecutors accuse him of violating in a fatal hit-and-run crash earlier this year is unconstitutional. Soules, 35, a former contestant on reality TV show "The Bachelorette" and star of a season of "The Bachelor," was arrested in April and charged with leaving the scene of a deadly crash, a Class D felony in Iowa.
A 27-year-old Des Moines man was found guilty Monday for in connection with a fatal shooting outside an east-side bar last fall. A jury found Devin Carter guilty of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted murder and intimidation with a dangerous weapon, court records show. Carter fatally shot William Dawson Sr., 40, in the early morning hours of Aug. 6, 2016, outside Johnny Mac's Bar and Grill, 2279 Hubbell Ave.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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