Cancel Operation Locate

In regards to the previous Operation Locate issued today, missing person Jody Kreb has been located and she is safe.

The Waterloo Police Department would like to thank all who called and shared information with us.



Sgt. Melissa Ludwig

Waterloo Police Department


Operation Locate Alert

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The Waterloo Police Department is asking for the public's assistance inn locating a missing Waterloo resident.  Jody Kreb was last seen approximately one week ago at the Salvation Army on Franklin Street in Waterloo.  She was seen with a white male, who had grey hair, a beard and was unkept.  Jody is a white female, 30 years of age with blue eyes and brown hair.  She is 5-10, 140 lbs.  Jody sufferes from mental disabilities and is on daily medication.  Jody has pronounced lips and a large overbite.  If you have any information on Jody Kreb or have seen her please call the Waterloo Police Department via Black Hawk County consolidated dispatch at 319-291-2515







Sgt. Brooke M. Carter

Waterloo Police Department



Officers Recover Firearms after Suspects Crash Vehicle

On Friday September 25, 2015 round  12:30am Officers with the Waterloo Police Department attempted to stop a black Ford Taurus in the area of Washington St. and Highway 63 reference a warrant investigation.  Officers had identified the driver as eighteen-year-old Nicholas Campbell-Scott of Palo.  Officers recognized Campbell-Scott and knew he had a no bond probation violation warrant and warrants out of other jurisdictions.  Officers later determined Campbell-Scott was listed as an escapee from the residential center in Linn County.  Campbell-Scott began to accelerate and led Officers on a vehicle pursuit.  The vehicle pursuit ended at W. 2nd St. and Western Ave. after Campbell-Scott lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a utility pole.  Campbell-Scott attempted to flee from the vehicle and he was taken into custody after a brief struggle.  The passenger was identified as sixteen-year-old Dewon Campbell Jr.  Campbell Jr. also attempted to flee from the vehicle and was taken into custody.  Officers recovered two loaded handguns several feet away from the vehicle that had been thrown at the end of the pursuit.  Both subjects were booked into the Black Hawk County Jail where Campbell-Scott was charged with Inteference with Official acts involving a firearm, carrying weapons, OWI-eluding and Driving While License Suspended.  Campbell Jr. was charged with interference with official acts involving a firearm and carrying weapons. 


Sgt. Matt McGeough

Waterloo Officers Arrest Subject with Gun after Struggle

On Saturday September 26, 2015 around 10:40pm Waterloo Officers received multiple reports of shots fired in the area of the 500 block of Western Ave. with subjects running toward the 1100 block of W. 5th St.  During the incident Officers made contact with several subjects involved in a disturbance at 1122 W. 5th St.  One of the subjects involved in the disturbance was identified as eighteen-year-old Diamond Jackson of Waterloo.  At one point Officers went to arrest Diamond Jackson as he was interfering in the investigation.  Jackson immediately began struggling and resisting arrest.  During the struggle Officers wrestled Jackson to the ground and eventually deployed a taser to gain control.  During a search of Jackson Officers located a loaded .380 semi-auto handgun in his pants pocket.  The firearm was later determined to be stolen.  Officers with the Waterloo Police Department's Violent Crime Apprehension Team secured the residence and eventually executed a search warrant.  Officers located a stolen .38 special revolver along with various ammunition and drug paraphernalia inside.  Jackson was charged with interference with official acts involving a firearm (Class D Felony), inteference with official acts causing injury (Serious Misdemeanor) and carrying weapons (Aggravated Misdemeanor).  Jackson was booked into the Black Hawk County Jail.


Sgt. Matt McGeough

Update on I-Wireless Robbery

Update on I-Wireless Robbery on September 15th, 2015.

On Wednesday, September 16, 2015, as a result of the robbery investigation at the I-Wireless cellular store in Waterloo the following six suspects have been charged in Black Hawk County District Court for the following crimes.

-          Roosevelt Brown, Age 20 of Harvey, IL, Robbery 1st Degree.

-          James Harden, Age 29 of Markham, IL, Robbery 1st Degree.

-          Don N. Redmond, Age 29 of Harvey, IL, Robbery 1st Degree.

-          Jeffrey A. Kemp, Age 39 of Chicago, IL, Robbery 1st Degree.

-          Lawerence D. Adkinson, Age 27 of Hazel Crest, IL, Robbery 1st Degree.

Dominique Walker, Age 22 of Harvey, IL, Accessory After the
 Fact-Robbery 1st Degree, and Theft 3rd Degree.

 All the suspects are being held at the Clayton County Sheriff’s Department.

 Captain Dave Mohlis
 Investigations Division
 Waterloo Police Department