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Man charged with 16 more burglaries
Thursday, 09 August 2012 14:27

A Waterloo man being held in the Black Hawk County Jail since May 20, 2012 has been charged with sixteen (16) additional counts of Burglary.

James Jack Cowan, age 46, of Waterloo has been charged with the following burglaries:

March 17,2011, Central Christian Church, 3475 Kimball Avenue
April 3, 2011,Cedar Valley Hospice Office, 2101 Kimball Avenue
April 4, 2011, St. Edwards Day Care Center, 1425 Kimball Avenue
April 4, 2011, St. Calvary Cathedral Church, 3929 Richland Street
April 11, 2011, Camp Fire Productions, 3641 Kimball Avenue, #207
April 11, 2011, Cedar Valley Savers, 3641 Kimball Avenue, #208
April 11, 2011, Central Christian Church, 3475 Kimball Avenue
May 1, 2011, Northeast Iowa Family Practice, 2055 Kimball Avenue
May 2, 2011, St. Edwards Church, 1423 Kimball Avenue
May 16, 2011, Greater Cedar Valley Alliance, 10 West 4th Street, #310
May 15, 2011, Employers Partnering in Child Support, 501 Sycamore Street, #500
June 7, 2011, Greater Cedar Valley Alliance, 10 West 4th Street, #310
December 21, 2011, Hawkeye Valley Area Agency on Aging, 2101 Kimball Avenue
December 27, 2011, Hope Haven, 531 Commercial Street, #400
February 27, 2012, Sacred Heart Church, 627 West 4th Street
February 27, 2012, Zion Lutheran Church, 810 Kimball Avenue

During most of these burglaries, cash was taken along with other small items. Cowan has admitted to Investigators that he committed these burglaries.

Captain Tim Pillack
Waterloo Police Investigations
319-291-4336

 
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