Three people detained for guns stolen in Elk Run home invasion | News



Black Hawk County Courthouse.

WATERLOO – Three people were arrested in connection with numerous weapons stolen in a robbery in Elk Run Heights.

Waterloo Police Department officials arrested Davon Marcell Oliver, 21, of Waterloo on Thursday for eight crimes involving the possession of a firearm.



Daymion Ohrt

Daymion Ohrt

Evansdale Police arrested Daymion Eugene Ohrt, 20, of Waterloo for robbery and first degree conspiracy.

You are currently being detained at Black Hawk County Prison in Waterloo, without bond.

A 14-year-old girl was also arrested for fourth degree theft. Police said it carried weapons and traded stolen weapons.

According to court records, officers arrested Oliver while executing a search warrant on 6111 Stardust Drive at around 1:15 a.m. on Thursday and found seven weapons stolen from a home in Elk Run Heights during a robbery Tuesday.

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Of which Marcell Oliver

Of which Marcell Oliver

Authorities claim Oliver had a Freedom Ordnance 9mm AR pistol, a 9mm Taurus pistol, a 9mm SCCY pistol, a 5.56mm AR-15 and Springfield armory a 12-gauge tank gun shotgun in .22 caliber. GSG pistol, 5.56 mm DPMS AR-15 and caliber .22. Smith and Wesson AR-15 rifle.

The investigation into the robbery continues.

Oliver is banned from owning firearms because he was convicted of criminal offenses in 2016 for a series of vehicle break-ins.

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