Shooting Death of Clinton Man: Three persons have been accused of the early New Year’s Day shooting killing of a 42-year-old Clinton man.
In a press release, Clinton Police Chief Kevin Gyrion stated that at 2:11 a.m. on Sunday, Clinton police were called to 420 Glenwood Place for a gunshot.
When police arrived, they discovered Randy Ronald Weimerskirch, a man with a gunshot wound. At MercyOne Clinton Medical Center, Weimerskirch was declared dead after being transported there.
Kimberly Anne Hammond, 25, and Justice Kiara Foley, 24, were detained by Clinton Police and officials from the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation. Kimberly Anne Hammond is also listed in court documents for Clinton County District Court as Kimberly Anne Kracht.
First-degree robbery and murder in the first degree are counted separately against Hammond and Foley. First-degree theft in Iowa carries a mandatory 25-year prison sentence, of which 50% to 70%, or 12 12 years to 17 12 years, must be spent before parole or work release is permitted. First-degree murder in Iowa carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Donivan Williams James Chambers, 28, was also detained by the police. Chambers is accused of being an accessory after the fact, a serious misdemeanor punishable by up to two years in jail.
On $1 million cash-only bonds, Hammond and Foley were being held in the Clinton County Jail as of Monday night. On a $2,000 cash or surety bond, Chambers was being held in the Clinton County Jail as of Monday night.
District court electronic data reveal Foley, Hammond, and Chambers’s criminal histories. Foley was arrested on December 19 for violating the terms of her probation following a July 8 conviction of operating while intoxicated—second offense—as well as for charges of possessing a controlled substance—marijuana—first offense and possessing a controlled substance—methamphetamine—first offense.
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According to electronic records maintained by the Clinton County District Court, Foley was released from the Clinton County Jail on December 28. She accepted responsibility for the drug charges and was given a year’s unsupervised probation.
Foley was also found guilty in 2022 of fifth-degree larceny, giving police false identification, driving while her license was suspended, and possessing drug paraphernalia.
Additionally, according to documents from the Clinton County District Court, Chambers is currently on unsupervised probation for a year after pleading guilty on February 16 to operating while intoxicated (OWI), a first offense, and marijuana possession, a second offense.
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On May 16, Hammond entered a plea of guilty to a fifth-degree theft charge in Johnson County District Court and paid $347.50 in fines and court costs.
On March 29 at 3 p.m., Hammond was observed pushing a cart out of the Coralville Walmart without paying for the items within. According to court documents, she allegedly implied that her spouse was an accomplice.
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