CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 18th

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

NORTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 18th

7/18/16 (49XX BLOCK OF CHIPPEWA) ASSAULT 1ST: OFFICERS RECEIVED A CALL FOR A “CUTTING.” SUBJECT WAS ARGUING OVER A CELL PHONE WITH VICTIM. THE SUBJECT GOT OUTRAGED AND CUT THE VICTIM WITH A KITCHEN KNIFE. SUBJECT PLACED AS WANTED FOR INCIDENT.
 

7/18/16 (57XX BLOCK OF MARQUETTE) FRAUD: VICTIM SAID PERSON(S) FRAUDULENTLY OBTAINED HER PERSONAL INFORMATION AND OPEN A CREDIT CARD IN HER NAME.
 
 
7/18/16 (50XX BLOCK OF THOLOZAN) FRAUD: VICTIM SAID MALE SUBJECT KNOWN BY HER DAUGHTER STOLE A PERSONAL CHECK FROM HER CHECKBOOK AND CASHED SAME IN THE AMOUNT OF $320.00. BANK SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS CAPTURED INCIDENT. SUBJECT PLACED AS WANTED FOR INCIDENT.
 
 
7/18/16 (38XX BLOCK OF S. KINGSHIGHWAY) LARCENY: VICTIM SAID W/M SUBJECT ENTERED RESTAURANT GIVING THE IMPRESSION HE WAS GOING TO PURCHASE FOOD. WHILE NEAR CHECKOUT AREA THE SUBJECT STOLE THE VICTIM’S CELL PHONE.
 
7/18/16 (58XX BLOCK OF FYLER) RAPE: RAPE REPORTED, INCIDENT BEING INVESTIGATED BY SEX CRIMES UNIT.
 
 
7/19/16 (34XX BLOCK OF S. KINGSHIGHWAY): ROBBERY 1ST: (2) B/M SUBJECTS ENTERED UNCLE BILL’S THROUGH AN UNLOCKED REAR KITCHEN DOOR. ONCE INSIDE ONE SUBJECT STAYED IN KITCHEN THE OTHER SUBJECT TOOK CLERK TO CASH REGISTER AND REMOVED $424.00 FROM SAME.
 
 
7/21/16 (34XX BLOCK OF LAWN) BURGLARY 2ND: VICTIM REPORTED A WINDOW BROKEN OUT OF THE REAR BEDROOM OF HIS APARTMENT AND HIS SAMSUNG SMART TV MISSING. WITNESS ADVISED OFFICERS THAT HE OBSERVED A W/M SUBJECT EXITING THE APARTMENT WITH THE TV COVERED IN A SHEET. INVESTIGATION ONGOING.
 
 
7/24/16 (34XX BLOCK OF S. KINGSHIGHWAY) ASSAULT: OFFICERS RECEIVED A CALL FOR POLICE. VICTIM SAID SHE WAS INVOLVED IN A VERBAL ARGUEMENT WITH HER SISTERS BOYFRIEND AT HER RESIDENCE. SHE STATED HE THEN FOLLOWED HER TO WORK AND ATTEMPTED TO STRIKE HER WITH HIS VEHICLE SEVERAL TIMES ON THE UNCLE BILLS PARKING LOT. SUBJECT WAS LAST SEEN NORTH ON KINGSHIGHWAY. SUBJECT PLACED AS WANTED FOR THE INCIDENT.
 
 
7/24/16 (49XX BLOCK OF LINDENWOOD) STOLEN AUTO: VICTIM SAID PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE HER GREY 2004 MERCURY SABLE FROM IN FRONT OF HER RESIDENCE.
 
SOUTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 18th

 
7/18/16 (55XX BLOCK OF DELOR) DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: VICTIM REPORTED SMALL WINDOWN BROKEN OUT OF OVERHEAD GARAGE DOOR.
 

7/20/16 (49XX BLOCK OF WALSH) LARCENY: VICTIM REPORTED PERSON(S) UNKNOWN ENTERED HIS WIFE’S VEHICLE THROUGH AN OPEN WINDOW AND STOLE SPARE CHANGE, CD’S AND A GPS DEVICE. 
 
 
7/20/16 (42XX BLOCK OF S. KINGSHIGHWAY) LARCENY: VICTIM REPORTED MEDICATION STOLEN FROM HIM BY AN AQUAINTANCE WHO WAS INSIDE HIS RESIDENCE.
 
 
7/22/16 (56XX BLOCK OF DEVONSHIRE) LARCENY: VICTIM REPORTED HIS MISSOURI LICENSE PLATE WAS STOLEN OFF OF HIS VEHICLE.
 
LINDENWOOD CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 18th


 

7/18/16 (67XX BLOCK OF BRADLEY) LARCENY: HOMEOWNER REPORTED TRASH BIN STOLEN.
 
 
7/19/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: STORE CLERK SAID AN UNKNOWN B/M WALKED INTO THE STORE AND STOLE (4) BOTTLES OF LIQUOR.
 
 
7/21/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: STORE CLERK SAID AN UNKNOWN W/M FUELED HIS VEHICLE AND DROVE OFF WITHOUT PAYING FOR THE GAS.


7/22/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: STORE CLERK SAID AN UNKNOWN W/M FUELED HIS VEHICLE AND DROVE OFF WITHOUT PAYING FOR THE GAS.


7/22/16 (60XX BLOCK OF JUNIATA) STOLEN AUTO: VICTIM SAID PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE HIS BLUE 2013 TOYOTA COROLLA FROM IN FRONT OF HIS RESIDENCE. VICTIM SAID HE HAD THE KEYS TO THE VEHICLE BUT THERE WAS A SPARE IN THE GLOVE BOX.
 
 
7/24/16 (63XX BLOCK OF WYOMING) LARCENY/UNLOCKED VEHICLE: VICTIM REPORTED VEHICLE RANSACKED, NOTHING TAKEN.
 
 

P.O. VINCE STEHLIN
LINDENWOOD LIAISON OFFICER
DISTRICT TWO
PER THE AUTHORITY OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL DEEBA
COMMANDER, DISTRICT TWO

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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United States

Please come join me this Tuesday

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23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

As you know I am running for Sheriff . I am asking you to please get out on this Tuesday and vote for me. Every vote is important to me. Also, I would like to invite you to my “watch party.” It will be held at the Glaziers Hall.  It is located at Hampton and Wilson behind Hardees 

This will start at 7:30pm. Doors will open at 7:00 pm We have food and drinks as well a 9 piece orchestra. Please come join us as we await the election results. . 

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United States

Monthly Lindenwood Park Newsletter

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

There are many resources available to the residents of the Lindenwood Park neighborhood. We have gathered some pertinent links to help you live better in Lindenwood Park.

Helpful Numbers

Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency Police Response: 231-1212
2nd District Police Commander, Captain Deeba: 444-0120 madeeba@slmpd.org
Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Liaison Officer (NOM), Officer Vince Stehlin: 444-0100,vstehlin@slmpd.org
Community Outreach/Business Liaison (AKA Public Affairs), Don Veile: 444-0168,dlveile@slmpd.org
District Two Problem Properties Officer, Tom Hickel: 444-0177 tjhickel@slmpd.org.
Drug, Gang, Homicide Hotline:     241-COPS  (241-2677) (Anonymous and Non-Traceable)
Crimestoppers – (866) 371-TIPS

It’s toll free and anonymous


Citizen Service Bureau (Request City Services):    622-4800
Refuse Division (Dumpsters/Roll-Out Carts):    353-8877
City Fraud Hotline:    641-8600
Neighborhood Stabilization Team
Neighborhood Improvement Specialist (formerly NSO), 23rd Ward:
Annette Bridges 657-1352 1352 bridgesa@stlouis-mo.gov Neighborhood Improvement Specialist (formerly NSO), 16th Ward:
Chloe Hollett   613-3120

The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood is primarily located in the 23rd Ward with a small portion touching the 16th Ward.


Elected Officials
Joe Vacarro
23rd Ward Alderman
718-0131
carwashdaddy@sbcglobal.net
http://ward23stl.com/Donna Baringer
16th Ward Alderwoman
641-8377

Michele Kratky
State Representative – District 82
6001 Bishops Place
St. Louis, MO 63109
481-0444
mrkratcky@gmail.com

Joseph P. Keaveny
State Senator – District 4
573-751-3599

William “Lacy” Clay
US Representative – Dist. 1
202-225-2406
314-367-1970
314-669-9393

Roy Blunt
US Senator
202-224-5721
314.725.4484

Claire McCaskill
US Senator
202.224.6154
202.367.1364

LPNA Board Contacts
President: Janet Desnoyer  644-2205
Vice President: Doug Dick    644-4937
Treasurer: Lindsay Alsop    645-9257
Secretary: Pat Acquisto    781-2129
Park Chair: Craig Strohbeck    537-1458

Business Directory
Virginia Publishing creates a business directory for the neighborhood each year.  You can pick one up at the library or at many area businesses. To see the latest edition, click here: Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Directory

 


Tweetup at Biggie’s

 Our next Tweetup will be held atBiggie’s Restaurant
3332 Watson Rd., 63139.

We hope you’ll join us at Biggie’s for another fantastic Tweetup. 

Come and meet your Alderman and Neighborhood Improvement Specialist. 

This is a great opportunity to meet new people, bring friends and neighbors with you, sample food and drinks from a local restaurant and just have a great time with some fun people.

Tweetups are not formal meetings.  There is no agenda.  We are just there to have fun and socialize and mingle with people from our neighborhood (other neighborhoods are welcome to visit).

Make sure you have the date in your calendar:

Date: Tuesday, July 26th
Time: Anytime between 5.30pm and 7.30pm

Remember that you’re responsible for payment of your own food and drinks.

See you at Biggie’s!

 


Lindenwood Live!

Join us at “LINDENWOOD LIVE!”

The third and final concert in the Park for 2016 will be held Sunday, August 21, from 6 to 8pm at Lindenwood Park.

Gather up your neighbors and friends and come enjoy the sounds of the Soulard Blues Band.

After 25 years and many incarnations, the Soulard Blues Band – arguably the hardest working band in town – still tears up the town one show at a time.

It is not every band you run across that has a mission beyond just steady giggin’, but then again, as one of the longest-lasting acts around – and with nine straight wins in the “Best Blues Band” category in a popular local poll – the Soulard Blues Band is not just any band.

As bassist and sole remaining founder Art Dwyer will tell you, “Our mission always is just to leave things around a little better than we found ’em.” That ethic applies equally to song arrangements, the mood of the audience and the entire musical scene in this city that birthed such towering talents as Miles Davis, Johnny Johnson, Henry Townsend, Oliver Sain and many more.

Also: There will be more food trucks than ever! Food trucks begin serving at 5pm:

“Lindenwood Live” is sponsored by the Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association.

Find out more about the Lindenwood Neighborhood Association and south St. Louis on our website. 
 

Follow us on Twitter @LindenwoodPark for updates to the website.

We sponsor many activities and opportunities for our residents and friends. We hope to see you at some of those events!


Facebook LinkYou can also get quick updates and join the conversation about the neighborhood on Facebook.

Come join our group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lindenwoodpark/

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st louis Missouri 63139
United States

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Tweetup at Biggie’s

 Our next Tweetup will be held atBiggie’s Restaurant
3332 Watson Rd., 63139.

We hope you’ll join us at Biggie’s for another fantastic Tweetup. 

Come and meet your Alderman and Neighborhood Improvement Specialist. 

This is a great opportunity to meet new people, bring friends and neighbors with you, sample food and drinks from a local restaurant and just have a great time with some fun people.

Tweetups are not formal meetings.  There is no agenda.  We are just there to have fun and socialize and mingle with people from our neighborhood (other neighborhoods are welcome to visit).

Make sure you have the date in your calendar:

Date: Tuesday, July 26th
Time: Anytime between 5.30pm and 7.30pm

Remember that you’re responsible for payment of your own food and drinks.

See you at Biggie’s!

 

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Tilles park neighborhood meeting this Tuesday

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

Tilles park neighborhood meeting this Tuesday  

July 26, 2016 – 7:00 PM* 

 St. Louis police officers assoc.

3710 Hampton

 

message from the president

“We have many changes at Tilles Park with more in the works.

There may be some candidates who wish to address our neighborhood residents as

well with the Primary Election a week from Tuesday.  We will also remind people about 

Music in the Park on August 11th.”

 

 

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6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 11th

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

NORTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 11th

 

 

 

 

 

7/11/16 (34XX BLOCK OF S. KINGSHIGHWAY) DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: VICTIM SAID PERSON(S) UNKNOWN SLASHED SEVERAL TIRES ON HER VEHICLE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7/14/16 (36XX BLOCK OF HEREFORD) STOLEN AUTO: VICTIM SAID PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE HIS 2009 KAWASAKI MOTORCYCLE FROM HIS RESIDENCE.
 
 
7/14/16 (55XX BLOCK OF FYLER) LARCENY: VICTIM REPORTED TRASH RECEPTACLE STOLEN.
 
 
7/14/16 (50XX BLOCK OF LINDENWOOD) LARCENY: VICTIM SAID PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE THE REAR LICENSE PLATE FROM HIS VEHICLE WHILE IT WAS PARKED ON THE REAR PARKING PAD BEHIND HIS APARTMENT BUILDING.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7/15/16 (58XX BLOCK OF FYLER) DWI: SUBJECT INVOLVED IN AUTO ACCIDENT, STRONG ODOR OF ALCOHOL DETECTED. SUBJECT AGREED TO TAKE B.A.C TEST AND BLEW A .240. SUBJECT WAS BOOKED ON THE INDICATED CHARGE.
 
 
7/16/16 (33XX BLOCK OF LAWN) LARCENY: VICTIM WAS DOING FINAL WALK THROUGH IN PRIOR TENNANT RESIDENCE WHEN HE NOTICED SEVERAL A/C WINDOW UNITS MISSING. FAMILY MEMBER PRESENT SUPPLIED THE VICTIM WITH THE INFORMATION OF PERSON WHO WITNESSED THE SUBJECT REMOVE THE UNITS AND PLACE THEM IN HIS CAR. SUBJECT WAS PLACED AS WANTED FOR THE ABOVE INCIDENT.
 
SOUTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 11th

 

 

 

 

7/11/16 (45XX BLOCK OF S. KINGSHIGHWAY) STOLEN AUTO: VICTIM HIS 2014  CHEVROLET IMPALA STOLEN FROM IN FRONT OF HIS RESIDENCE. VICTIM REPORTED SEVERAL PEOPLE WHO WERE IN AND OUT OF HIS RESIDENCE DURING THE NIGHT. INVESTIGATION ONGOING.

 

 

 

 

7/12/16 (54XX BLOCK OF MURDOCH) STOLEN AUTO: VICTIM HAD HIS 2006 FORD EXPLORER STOLEN FROM IN FRONT OF HIS RESIDENCE. PRIOR TO THE COMPLETION OF THE REPORT THE VICTIM ACTIVATED HIS SKYLINK MONITORING SYSTEM WHICH INDICATED THE VEHICLE WAS IN THE 3400 BLOCK OF MISSOURI. OFFICERS RESPONDED TO THE AREA AND LOCATED THE VEHICLE PARKED AT THE CURB, HOWEVER, THERE WAS HEAVY FRONT DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE.

 

 

 

7/12/16 (50XX BLOCK OF HAMPTON) LARCENY: OWNER OF LOT SAID PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE TIRES AND RIMS OFF OF A CUSTOMERS VEHICLE WHILE PARKED ON HIS LOT.

 

 

7/15/16 (57XX BLOCK OF ITASKA) DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: WITNESS SAID PERSON(S) UNKNOWN SLASHED THE FRONT RIGHT TIRE OF HER FATHER’S VEHICLE.

 

LINDENWOOD CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 11th


 

7/11/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: W/F SUBJECT (40-50, 5’2-5’4, LIGHT COMPLEXION, RED HAIR, WEARING A PINK SHIRT) ENTERED THE STORE AND STOLE MULTIPLE BOTTLES OF VODKA. STORE CLERK SAID THE SUBJECT LEFT THE STORE AND ENTERED A SILVER COLORED HONDA CIVIC.

 
7/11/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: STORE CLERK SAID AN UNKNOWN B/M FUELED HIS SILVER VOLVO AND DROVE OFF THE LOT WITHOUT PAYING.
 

7/12/16 (70XX BLOCK OF LANSDOWNE) LARCENY: AIR CONDITION UNIT STOLEN
 
 
7/12/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: B/M SUBJECT (35-45, MED. BUILD, DARK COMPLEXION WEARING A BLUE SHIRT AND DARK COLORED BASEBALL CAP) ENTERED THE STORE AND STOLE MULTIPLE BOTTLES OF LIQUOR. STORE CLERK SAID THE SUBJECT ENTERED A TAN COLORED OLDSMOBILE AND DROVE OFF THE LOT.
 
 
7/14/16 (69XX BLOCK OF MARDEL) LARCENY: REPORTED STOLEN TRASH RECEPTACLE.
 
 
 

 

P.O. VINCE STEHLIN
LINDENWOOD LIAISON OFFICER
DISTRICT TWO
PER THE AUTHORITY OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL DEEBA
COMMANDER, DISTRICT TWO

 

 

 

 

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50 baseball tickets available for the Friday night game

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

Joe,

 

Pastor Bill asked me to let you know that we still have approximately 50 baseball tickets available for the Friday night game and thought you could perhaps offer them out in the neighborhood.  I think the reduced price is still $20 for the $45 tickets.

 

Kathy Willhite

Office Manager

Timothy Lutheran Church

314-781-8673

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two pollinator workshops

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

Hello neighbors,

 

I’m trying to get the word out about two pollinator workshops that SLU’s Center for Sustainability is putting on this Friday at 2 at the Carondelet YMCA and Saturday at 9:30 at Timothy Lutheran on Fyler.

 

For those of you who don’t know, SLU is conducting a study based in the Holly Hills neighborhood and the Hampton area to see if people’s landscaping choices can positively affect the presence and diversity of (native) pollinators. 

 

SLU is finding that there are more pollinators and more kinds of pollinators present in urban areas than in suburban and rural ones.  They think this has to do with the diversity of plants (no straight fields of corn or plain bermuda grass).  Holly Hills and Hampton have the two lowest pollinator presences in the entire city of St. Louis, though.  SLU is hoping that education in these two areas will increase a pollinator’s food choices and lead to more of them.  The garden is a study site.

 

Put out By Hannah Butz.  

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6227 hancock
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United States