Police Beat: 10/13-10/19

TKC Staff

On Monday, 10-13-2014, detectives received a report of fraud from a victim

living in Independence, Missouri. The victim reported having his credit card

account charged for purchases of money orders in excess of $2600.00 from a

retail store in the 1000 block of South Kirkwood Road. The victim was still in

possession of his credit card.


On Wednesday, 10-15-2014, police were called by a resident in the 400 block of

Alice who reported his vehicle had been entered overnight. The resident reported

nothing was stolen from the unlocked vehicle. A neighbor also reported someone

entering his vehicle. That vehicle, which was unlocked, also had nothing stolen.

On Wednesday, 10-15-2014, a resident from the 400 block of Alsobrook reported

a residential burglary. The resident arrived home to find two TVs and an iPad

stolen from the residence.


On Friday, 10-17-2014, police responded to the 1600 block of Dougherty Ferry

for a business burglary. The building had several offices ransacked. Numerous

keys were stolen from the building.


On Saturday 10-18-14, a resident from the 300 block of Midway called police to

report a stolen vehicle. The resident’s truck was stolen after being parked in the

driveway. The truck was unlocked and keys were left inside.


On Saturday, 10-18-14, police received three separate reports of larceny from

vehicles in the 2300 block of Marshall Road. The windows of the vehicles had

been broken out and purses that were left in the vehicles were stolen.


On Saturday, 10-18-14, officers were dispatched to the 800 block of West Essex

for a stolen bicycle report. The bicycle was left unattended and not secured.

Kirkwood Police arrested three adults for shoplifting merchandise from businesses

located in the 1200 block of South Kirkwood during the week of Monday, 10-

13-2014, through Sunday, 10-19-2014. The stealing cases were referred

to municipal court. One of the suspects was also charged with fraudulently

attempting to obtain a controlled substance and possession of controlled

substance, both felonies. Those cases will be referred to the St Louis County

Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for review.

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