Two arrested following shooting outside Des Moines bar
A man in his 30s suffered a minor injury Wednesday during a shooting in front of a troubled bar on the north side of Des Moines, police said. Des Moines Register
Two suspects were booked into Polk County Jail on Thursday morning in connection with a shooting outside of a Des Moines bar.
Des Moines residents Remy Ramone Perry, 26, and Devonce Armstrong, 24, are charged with willful injury causing bodily injury, intimidation with a weapon and carrying weapons, according to jail records.
The shooting in front of the troubled bar Wednesday afternoon was the third in five months, according to police.
A man in his 30s suffered a minor injury Wednesday during the shooting on the north side of Des Moines, police said.
Officers responded to the shooting at about 4:10 p.m. at Triple Double at 910 Hull Ave. in the city's Highland Park neighborhood, where the owner's brother was grazed in the arm with a bullet or glass that shattered when three bullets pierced through the front door window. Police described the injury as “incredibly minor.”
Three bullet holes could be seen in the front window of the restaurant and a police spokesman said three shell casings were found in the parking lot.
A firearm was recovered from a suspect vehicle, a Dodge Charger, which was pulled over nearby, police said.