The Kirkwood Call

Ryder George-Lander (Left), Devon Bennett (Center) and Camden Davis (Right) standing together with their skateboards.

A skate park where all are welcome

Lila Shepard, features writer February 21, 2021

The sun is in his eyes and he is about to finally land the trick that he had been working on for weeks. He is excited to show his friends who are watching with anticipation until they notice a police car...

Malik Spinks, junior, takes part in the march.

Photo gallery: BLM march

Ella Davies, Sophia Beckmann, and Lawrence McKee January 20, 2021

In response to the recent vandalism of racial slurs spray-painted on Kirkwood High School, North Kirkwood Middle School and Nipher Middle School on Wednesday, Jan. 6, KHS students held a Black Lives Matter...

On Monday, Oct. 7 , a retail department store in the 1200 block of South Kirkwood Road reported the theft of items from an outside storage container. The theft occurred on September 29th . Detectives are investigating.

Police Beat 10/7-10/13

TKC Staff October 18, 2019
Police beat from 10/7-10/13.
Cynthia Casserly, Police Officer

“I’ve always wanted to be a police officer ever since I was a kid. I finally realized that I need to make my dream come true, and that’s when I got hired at Kirkwood. [I like] the diversity of Kirkwood. We have a little bit of everything from all walks of life. That’s what makes it so interesting.” 

TKC: What is your proudest moment or accomplishment you’ve had with your job? 
“My proudest moment was [when] I had a young lady involved in heroine. Her parents were having a lot of trouble and she was obviously having a lot of trouble. I talked to [the young lady] at length. Then not until about a month later I saw the mother on the street and she actually hugged me and thanked me. Her daughter had gone to treatment. She was getting a job and starting to turn her life around. That’s why I do what I do. But a lot of times, we don’t get the closure. With the calls like that, we don’t always know what happens [in the end]. We don’t [always] know if we’ve had any impact.” 

TKC: Do you have any advice for anyone interested in law enforcement? 
“[My advice] is to finish schooling and get a college degree. More doors are open that way. Have a love for it, be able to talk to people, and don’t have any criminal history at all.”

VOK: Kirkwood Police

Anna Poe, photographer January 25, 2017

 

Photo by Hannah Cohen

The clown scare enters Kirkwood

Hannah Cohen, social media editor October 4, 2016

Update: Dr. Michael Havener, principal, made an announcement at 1:36 p.m Oct. 4, stating that a picture with a clown on the Dougherty Ferry parking lot is photoshopped. After reviewing security footage...

Police Beat: 8/22-8/28

Police Beat: 8/22-8/28

TKC Staff September 9, 2016

On Wednesday, 08-24-2016, police arrested a suspect at a residence in St Louis believed to be responsible for a burglary at a business in the 800 block of South Holmes. An item stolen in the burglary was...

Police Beat: 2/1-2/14

Police Beat: 2/1-2/14

TKC Staff February 19, 2016

Kirkwood Police Pancake Dinner   Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016 The Kirkwood Police Department would like to openly invite all residents and business employees to attend the annual Kirkwood Police Department...

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