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Update: Moline Suspect In Custody

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Update: A woman accused of ramming into a Moline police squad car is now in custody. Davenport police confirm 25-year-old Jalissa March has been caught.

She's accused of ramming her car into a Moline squad car at SouthPark Mall, and then driving away. March is facing a felony charge of assault while displaying weapon and a misdemeanor count of driving while barred. Moline police say March is also suspected of running a shoplifting ring in which she had juveniles steal from area retail stores.


It started Tuesday at SouthPark Mall. 

Now, police are still looking for 25-year-old Jalissa March, wanted on four felonies: Aggravated battery, aggravated resisting of arrest, criminal damage to property, and aggravated fleeing and eluding. 

Police say March may also be connected to a shoplifting ring, involving juveniles.

Tuesday, they were looking at a connection between 3 female juveniles and an adult, stealing thousands of dollars worth of items from retail stores in Iowa and Illinois. 
Moline police say they caught the three juveniles, but they say the adult - Jalissa March, got away while ramming a police car with her vehicle, knocking over a Moline police officer. 

As of now- March still hasn't been caught. 

She is also wanted on a count of retail theft in Rock Island County in an unrelated incident. 
March does have a checkered past also with the law in Scott County.

She has been arrested dozens of times in Scott County for crimes ranging from simple theft and assault - to fighting in public and several driving violations. 

Davenport police also confirm they're investigating four different thefts in Davenport - from February until now...that involve the shoplifting ring, of three juveniles and an adult. 

Moline police are asking for your help to find Jalissa march.

If you have any information regarding where she is, you are asked to call Crimestoppers.

They are offering a reward for information leading to her capture.


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