Man charged with robbery, burglary
Fort Dodge Police have arrested a man and charged him with two separate crimes that happened this summer.
Devontae Mosley-Smith, 20, of Fort Dodge, has been charged with first-degree robbery and second-degree burglary.
Mosley-Smith is accused of breaking into a man's home on July 17. According to the criminal complaint, filed with the Webster County attorney's office, Mosley-Smith stole a firearm, coins and jewelry from the man's home.
More than a month later, on Aug. 25, Mosley-Smith allegedly robbed a man on North Ninth Street. The criminal complaint said an unnamed co-defendant was armed during the robbery.
Mosley-Smith was arrested by Fort Dodge police officers on Friday after investigators determined he was the suspect in both cases.
At his initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court Saturday, Mosley-Smith was ordered held on $26,000 cash bond.
His preliminary hearing is set for Sept. 7.
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Violation of probation - Edward J. Brown, 21, 1336 S. 26th St., sent to District Court.
Domestic assault - Falon M. Goodpaster, 22, Dayton, trial set for Sept. 27.
First-degree theft - Randall J. Hamilton, 31, Charleston, S.C., preliminary hearing set for Sept. 7.
Public intoxication - Dalton R. Gurnett, 22, Otho, $330; Charlie L. Fox II, 20, 1109 1/2 Central Ave., No. 2, $330.
Fifth-degree theft - Molly M. Mogler, 29, Hartley, $320.
Operating while intoxicated, first offense - Jason B. Schultz, 28, 261 Kenyon Road, preliminary hearing set for Sept. 14; Craig D. Lawton, 21, 1912 S. 11th St., preliminary hearing set for Sept. 21.
No valid driver's license - Jason B. Schultz, 28, 261 Kenyon Road, continued 180 days.