Drunken Clive teen raises ruckus with Waukee police officers

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Owen D. Schlapkohl, 19, of Clive was arrested Tuesday on charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct-loud, raucous noise, providing false identification information, harassment of a public official or employee and first-offense possession of a controlled substance-marijuana and was issued a citation for first-offense possession or purchase of alcohol by a person 18, 19 or 20.

A Clive teenager was arrested early Tuesday after his drunken belligerence allegedly violated several laws in Waukee.

Owen D. Schlapkohl, 19, of 14077 Lakeview Dr., Clive, was charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct-loud, raucous noise, providing false identification information, harassment of a public official or employee and first-offense possession of a controlled substance-marijuana and was issued a citation for first-offense possession or purchase of alcohol by a person 18, 19 or 20.

The incident began about 1 a.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of E. Hickman Road in Waukee, where officers of the Waukee Police Department made contact with Schlapkohl, who allegedly “began to yell, swear and throw an alcohol can into the street,” according to court records.

A probable-cause search of Schlapkohl’s 2022 Honda Civic disclosed “two open containers” and a “plastic baggy” containing marijuana, according to court records.

The Clive teen blew a .140 on the preliminary breath test.

Schlapkohl “continued to be disruptive after officers advised him to be quiet,” and he misidentified himself by means of a fake Florida driver’s license, according to court records.

The Clive teen was taken into custody, handcuffed and placed in the rear of the patrol vehicle, where he began to “yell and kick” and threaten to “kill” the officer while en route to the Dallas County Jail.

Schlapkohl is held in the Dallas County Jail on a $1,000 cash or surety bond. He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing July 19 in Dallas County District Court.

*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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