Waukee man found passed out in Jeep with pistols, knives

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Curtis William Milburn, 55, of Waukee arrested Saturday on a charge of possession or carrying of dangerous weapon while intoxicated.

A Waukee man was arrested Saturday night after he was found passed out in his vehicle and with a multitude of pistols and knives on his person.

Curtis William Milburn, 55, of 55 S.E. Windfield Parkway, Waukee, was charged with possession or carrying of dangerous weapon while intoxicated.

The incident began shortly before midnight Saturday outside the Windfield West Apartment complex in Waukee, where officers of the Waukee Police Department responded to a request for a welfare check from a caller who reported that “a male was passed out in a
black Jeep” and “had been there for two hours,” according to court records.

The officers arrived and found Milburn “passed out in the driver’s seat” of his 2017 Jeep Cherokee, according to court records.

The officers “identified a handgun in a holster on” Milburn’s “person,” and the officers “took the handgun out of the holster for safety” after waking Milburn, according to court records.

A further search of Milburn disclosed “a second handgun and three knives on his person,” according to court records.

The officers allegedly “located several Coors Light cans in his vehicle and one behind his vehicle,” and Milburn appeared to be “slurring his speech and having difficulty with his balance,” according to court records.

Milburn was held in the Dallas County Jail on a $300 cash or surety bond in advance of an initial appearance in the Dallas County District Court.

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

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