The North Liberty man who claims to protect women under the name “Captain Save a Ho” has been arrested once again, this time after pushing a one-legged man off of his scooter.
A report was made at 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday night at 101 S. Dubuque Street in Iowa City.
Thirty-six-year-old Jerald Thomas Navarre was accused of pushing a man from his wheeled mobility device near a Sharaton, according to Iowa City police. The disabled man fell onto the street and received cuts on his left elbow and stump of his left leg.
According to police, Navarre stooped to the ground and grabbed the man’s face in hands. While police attempted to arrest him, he yelled and screamed at the victim and at witnesses.
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Navarre was booked in the Johnson County Jail in Iowa City and charged with public intoxication and serious misdemeanor count for assault causing bodily injury, with a bond set at $2,500.
Police arrested Navarre in 2011 for public intoxication after several reports of harassment. He told police that he was needed to save women, and called himself “Captain Save a Ho”.
Navarre was arrested again, just months afterward, after he was caught throwing rocks at a homeless couple in Iowa City.