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Iowa City police sergeant Chris ...
www.kcrg.com, 1 June 2013 [cached]
Iowa City police sergeant Chris Akers said the driver was shaken up after the incident but unharmed.
It's not clear why he drove into the river and alcohol does not appear to be a factor, police said.
According to police reports, Iowa City ...
www.presscitizen.com, 13 July 2007 [cached]
According to police reports, Iowa City police officer Chris Akers was investigating an assault on Wright's sister following a game.Wright then approached Akers and chest-bumped him, police said.During the ensuing scuffle, Wright punched Akers in the face, according to the police report.
www.dmregister.com, 4 Mar 2006 [cached]
Chris Akers wore long hair as an undercover drug investigator and decided to give it to Locks of Love.
Iowa City, Ia. - Chris Akers'
lion-like hair and grizzled goatee gave him cover for five years as an undercover investigator, busting cocaine dealers.
But when Akers
recently returned to patrol, the mane had to go.The 41-year-old Iowa City police officer donated the foot-long blond ponytail to Locks of Love
, an organization that makes hairpieces for needy children with long-term hair loss.
"It's been a friend for a long time, that hair," Akers
said.Akers, who has worked for the Iowa City Police Department for 17 years, used his looks and size - he's 6 feet, 5 inches and 260 pounds - to his advantage doing undercover jobs around the state as part of the Johnson County Narcotics Task Force.
Cocaine and methamphetamine dealers never suspected the somewhat-menacing man with a ponytail halfway down his
back was a cop, Akers
said.Even people who met him when he was a clean-cut patrol officer didn't recognize him when he was undercover, he said.
was able to change his
appearance dramatically to work in an undercover capacity."
At first, Akers
hair because he
could.After 12 years on patrol - where officers wear blue suits and crew cuts - he
had the option, as a drug investigator, to look scruffy.Then he
heard about Locks of Love
, which requires a ponytail or braid at least 10 inches long.So he
hair longer, only getting trims to keep it healthy.
Police Department - Beat 1 Community Policing Officers
www.icgov.org, 28 April 2012 [cached]
Sergeant Chris Akers
(319) 356-5275 ext. 2591
www.press-citizen.com, 3 April 2010 [cached]