Police Beat: 2/12-2/18

Police Beat: 2/12-2/18

TKC Staff

Des Peres Police Department

 

On Monday, February 12, male subject was arrested for stealing food from Schnuck’s on Manchester Road.

On Monday, February 12, officers arrested and release a juvenile that is banned from West County Center.

On Monday, February 12, the husband of a former employee of Marble Slab Creamery approached an employee and stated that his wife’s paycheck was short $200. While the employee was ringing out a customer, the husband reached into the cash till and took five  $20.00 bills from the register and left. Police were able to reach the husband who stated he would return the money to the station.

On Tuesday, February 13, a $1400 suitcase was stolen out of the display window of Riviera Luggage at West County Center.

On Tuesday, February 13, license plates were stolen from a car parked at Trader Joe’s on Manchester Road.

On Wednesday, February 14, a grab and run occurred at Victoria’s Secret at West County Center.

On Wednesday, February 14, subject was arrested for trespassing at West County Center.

On Wednesday, February 14, three females stole merchandise from Victoria’s Secret at West County Center.

On Saturday, February 17, sales associate at H&M in West County Center was spit on by female that entered the store with a large group that had a booster bag.

On Saturday, February 17, three females believed to have stolen merchandise from a store at West County Center. Subjects were located and found to be in possession of stolen merchandise. Subjects later released on summons.

 

Glendale Police Department

 

On Monday, February 12, a resident of the unit block of Kings Pond Road reported finding a box of electrical components at the end of her driveway. A nearby neighbor recently had work performed at her house and police are checking with that contractor to see if the equipment belongs to them.

On Wednesday, February 14, a resident of the 100 block of Trevillian Avenue reported she placed her work laptop on the roof of her vehicle before leaving home, but forgot to secure it inside the vehicle before leaving to drop off children at school. She believes the laptop fell from the roof somewhere between her home and the children’s school.

On Wednesday, February 14, a 21 year old Rock Hill man was arrested in the 600 block of N. Berry Road and charged in Municipal Court with Operating a Motor Vehicle without State License Plates, No Proof of Insurance, No Seatbelt and as a Fugitive of the Webster Groves, Rock Hill, St. Louis City and St. Louis County Police Departments. He was released to Webster Groves authorities.

On Friday, February 16, a 22 year old Florissant man was arrested in the 9900 block of Manchester Road and charged in Municipal Court with Expired License Plates, No Proof of Insurance and as a Fugitive of the Florissant, St. Louis City and St. Louis County Police Departments. He was released to Florissant authorities.

On Sunday, February 18, a resident of the unit block of Hillard Road reported finding a rosary on Hillard Road near his residence. The rosary was brought to the Police Department for safekeeping until the owner can be identified.

On Sunday, February 18, officers responded to the parking lot of the Glendale Police Department, 424 N. Sappington Road, to contact two drivers who had been involved in a road rage incident on Brentwood Boulevard at W. Thornton Avenue in Webster Groves. The two female drivers were separated and, while officers were speaking with one of the drivers, the other driver left without providing “her side of the story”. The driver who remained with the officers was counseled on how to better handle road rage situations in the future, i.e., do not attempt to follow the other driver – obtain a good vehicle and driver description and report it to the local police.

 

Kirkwood Police Department

 

On Monday, February 12, an Officer responded to the 11200 block of Manchester Rd for the theft of 10 tires from the business tire rack.

On Monday, February 12, Officers responded the 700 block of Linwood for a burglary.  An unknown person entered the residence by breaking the rear door glass. The victim reported the theft of jewelry and a small safe.  The detective bureau is investigating this report.

On Monday, February 12, an officer responded to an address on Ponca Trail for a report of credit card fraud.  The investigation is ongoing.

On Tuesday, February 13, an officer responded to the 10800 block of Manchester Rd for a larceny report.  The business reported a black female entered the store and stolen several bottles of alcohol then left the area in a 4 door vehicle.

On Tuesday, February 13, an officer responded to the 100 block of Sappington Road and took a larceny report for two iPads.  The detective bureau is investigating.

On Wednesday, February 14, an officer responded and investigated two forgery/fraud cases, one in the 800 block of Stable Ridge and the other in the 200 block of Commerce.

On Wednesday, February 14, an officer responded to a burglary in the 1700 block of W. Woodbine Ave.  The victim said an unknown person entered their attached garage and stripped several items of a 1999 Ford Mustang.  The report is being investigated.

On Thursday, February 16, an officer responded to the 12500 block of Big Bend and took a fraud report.  The victim said and unknown person opened several credit accounts using their social security number.

During the week of February 12 through February 18, 2018, four cases of shoplifting were reported and investigated from businesses in the 1000-1200 block of South Kirkwood Road.

During the week of February 12 through February 18, 2018, along with regular calls for service and traffic enforcement, the Kirkwood Police Department responded to 38 residential/business alarms, 26 motor vehicle accidents and assisted the Fire/EMS Department on 64 calls.