CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 15th

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

NORTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 15TH



8/15/16 (54XX BLOCK OF CHIPPEWA) ROBBERY 1ST: EMPLOYEES STATED TWO UNKNOWN B/M’S (1) LATES 20’S, 6′, THIN BUILD, DARK COMPLEXION WEARING A MIZZOU SWEATSHIRT, BLACK PANTS, BLACK RAG OVER HIS FACE, (2) LATE 20’S, 5’10-6′, THIN BUILD, GREY SWEATSHIRT, SHORT DREADS, SHORT BEARD ENTERED THE STORE AND WALKED AROUND THE COUNTER ORDERING THEM TO THE BACKROOM OF THE RESTAURANT WHILE POINTING A HANDGUN AT THEM. SUSPECTS TOOK WALLETS FROM THE VICTIMS AND $70 FROM THE SAFE. SUSPECTS FLED IN AN UNKNOWN DIRECTION.


8/17/16 (49XX BLOCK OF CHIPPEWA) HARASSMENT: VICTIM REPORTED HER DAUGHTERS EX-BOYFRIEND CONTINUES TO HARASS HER AT HER HOME FOR PROPERTY HE ALLEGES IS IN THE HOUSE. VICTIM ALSO REPORTED THE SUSPECT WILL KICK HER FRONT DOOR AS WELL AS HER VEHICLE. SUSPECT PLACED AS WANTED FOR THE INCIDENT.


8/18/16 (50XX BLOCK OF CHIPPEWA) ASSAULT 3RD: VICTIM REPORTED HER BOYFRIEND PUNCHED HER NUMEROUS TIMES IN THE FACE BECAUSE SHE WOKE HIM UP. SUSPECT WAS PLACED AS WANTED FOR THE INCIDENT.


8/21/16 (49XX BLOCK OF THOLOZAN) ASSAULT 3RD: VICTIM REPORTED HER BOYFRIEND ARRIVED AT HER HOUSE AND DEMANDED A PREGNANCY TEST. VICTIM SAID SHE AGREED TO TAKE ONE FOR HIM WHEN HE BECAME IRATE AND ASSAULTED HER. VICTIM SAID HER COUSIN WAS ABLE TO SEPERATE THE TWO AT WHICH TIME HE RAN OUT OF THE HOUSE. SUSPECT PLACED AS WANTED FOR THE INCIDENT.


SOUTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 15th

 
8/16/16 (53XX BLOCK OF WALSH) LARCENY:VICTIM REPORTED HIS PERSONAL FIREARM WAS STOLEN FROM INSIDE HIS VEHICLE. THE VICTIM ADDED THAT HE WAS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE DAY AND IS UNSURE WHERE AND/OR WHEN DURING THE DAY IT WAS TAKEN. NO SIGNS OF FORCED ENTRY INTO THE VEHICLE.
 

8/16/16 (49XX BLOCK OF WALSH) LARCENY: VICTIM REPORTED WHILE OUT OF TOWN HER FATHER STOLE PROPERTY BELONGING TO HER AND PAWNED IT FOR DRUGS. THE VICTIM’S FATHER CONFIDED TO A FRIEND THAT HE NEEDED MONEY FOR HIS ADDICTION. SUBJECT WAS PLACED AS WANTED FOR THE INCIDENT.
 
 
8/17/16 (54XX BLOCK OF NEOSHO) CAR CLOUTING: VICTIM REPORTED $3.00 IN CHANGE AND A GAS REWARD CARD WERE STOLEN OUT OF HER UNLOCKED VEHICLE WHILE PARKED IN FRONT OF HER RESIDENCE.
 
 
8/19/16 (57XX BLOCK OF DELOR) CAR CLOUTING: VICTIM REPORTED PERSON(S) UNKNOWN ENTERED HIS UNLOCKED VEHICLE AND RANSACKED THE INSIDE, HOWEVER NOTHING APPEARS TO BE STOLEN AT THIS TIME.
 
 
8/20/16 (57XX BLOCK OF DELOR) CAR CLOUTING: VICTIM REPORTED PERSON(S) UNKNOWN ENTERED HIS UNLOCKED VEHICLE AND RANSACKED THE INSIDE, HOWEVER NOTHING APPEARS TO BE STOLEN AT THIS TIME. 
 
 
P.O. VINCE STEHLIN
SOUTHAMPTON LIAISON OFFICER
DISTRICT TWO
PER THE AUTHORITY OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL DEEBA
COMMANDER, DISTRICT TWO

 

 

 

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STL Neighborhood Business Events, Announcements & Resources

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Neighborhood Business Activities

  • Lindenwood Park August Tweetup
  • Hampton Chippewa Business Association Eggs & Issues
  • 11th Annual Carondelet Car Show
  • The Dutchtown Karneval of Curiosities – DT2’s Biennial Fundraiser

Business News, Resources & Requests

  • Register for our Enterprise University Fall 2016 courses
  • Help Wanted: Student intern for City of St. Louis Sustainability Office

Business Events – See the Full Calendar Here

  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business Workshop
  • Hispanic Working Women: Confidence Never Goes Out of Style
  • Regions Bank and Regional Chamber bring free help for small urban businesses
  • St. Louis Product Management Group Fall Happy Hour
  • Hispanic Leadership Institute
  • Market Yourself: Boost Your Business with Expert Self Promotion Tips
  • Quickbooks: Quickly Get Your Business Financing in Order
  • Webinar:Taking It to the Next Level: Exploring Financial Coaching Platforms & Putting It All Together
  • Biz Dash 5K
  • Landlord Training: Nuisance Abatement and Prevention
  • Southampton Neighborhood Electronics Recycling Drive
  • Smart Money: Credit Essentials for Business Owners
  • Certification for Women, Minority and Veteran-owned Business
  • 2016 Midwest Women Business Owners’ Conference
  • Small Business Database Boot Camp

Neighborhood Business Association Activities

 

Lindenwood Park August Tweetup

Tues 8/23, 5:30–7:30pm
Trattoria Marcella

Trattoria Marcella has been in the Lindenwood Park neighborhood since 1995 and they pride themselves on serving awesome traditional Italian food.  They are an award winning restaurant and we are proud to have them in our neighborhood. If you haven’t sampled their food, here’s the perfect opportunity for you do so.
 


Hampton Chippewa Business Association Eggs & Issues

Thurs 8/25, Doors open 7:30am
Pietro’s 3801 Watson Rd

Lisa Roggeman with the Service Club for the Blind and Laurie Kelly with Kelly Signs and Graphics are organizing and sponsoring this edition.  Lisa will be talking about the Service Club for the Blind.  Who they are, what they do, and things you can do at your business to better serve the visually impaired community.

RSVP by emailing Lisa at lisa@serviceclubfortheblind.org, or by phone at 314 647 3306.

 

11th Annual Carondelet Car Show

Sat 9/10
9:30am – Parade begins @ Bellerive Park
So. St. Louis Square Park
7700 S Broadway

 
Raffles, prizes, trophies, music, BBQ, and of course amazing Cars! Contact Tim Cella at 631-1554 or Carondelet Business Association for more info.

 


 

The Dutchtown Karneval of Curiosities – DT2’s Biennial Fundraiser

SAVE THE DATE – Weds 10/26
 
Details to come.
 


Business News, Resources & Requests

 


Enterprise University Fall 2016 courses

Enterprise University (EU) has helped more than 15,000 business leaders grow both personally and professionally since 2003 through Enterprise Bank’s educational courses.Make this the semester you attend. Courses are designed to help you think strategically about your business. And, don’t forget — they’re free! Please visit the Enterprise University website and spend some time looking through the curriculum.
 


Help Wanted: Student intern for City of St. Louis Sustainability Office

The summer intern in the Mayor’s Office helped with the Sustainability Newsletter is heading back to school. Catherine Werner, Sustainability Director, is seeking a dedicated student intern to assist on a variety of sustainability projects. If you are interested or know someone who is, please send a resume and note describing experience and availability to wernerc@stlouis-mo.gov.
 


Business Events

 


Entrepreneurship and Small Business Workshop

Thurs 8/25, 8am

The SLU Law Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic will present the Small Business Workshop, a training for small business owners and entrepreneurs to start or expand a venture and to recognize as well as mitigate potential legal risks. Participants do not have to own an existing business to attend, but it is recommended that they bring a written description of their proposed business idea. 

Doors open at 8:00 a.m. and programming begins at 8:30 a.m. Coffee and light breakfast will be provided. For more Information and to RSVP: please visit tiny.cc/eworkshop or email Jack Waldron at waldronjm@slu.edu.
 


Hispanic Working Women: Confidence Never Goes Out of Style

Thurs 8/25, 6–8pm 
Missouri History Museum
5700 Lindell Blvd
FREE to Hispanic Chamber of Commerce members, $10 for Non-HCC members
Registration Required, limited space available

A Latina empowerment event dedicated to supporting and promoting Latinas through panel discussions, networking and mentorship. Sponsored by the Missouri History Museum. For questions, contact Vanessa Garcia, vgarcia@hccstl.com or call 314-664-4432. Appetizers and beverages included. (The Little Black Dress Exhibit will be open from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.)
 


Regions Bank and Regional Chamber bring free help for small urban businesses

Applications Due 8/31
 
The 2016 program will begin in St. Louis on September 29 at Washington University in St. Louis. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until the deadline of August 31. There is no cost to apply. For more information or to apply, visit http://icic.org/inner-city-capital-connections/. You may also contact ICCC Program Director Hyacinth Vassell at hvassell@icic.org.
 

St. Louis Product Management Group Fall Happy Hour

Weds 9/7, 5-8pm
Schlafly Tap Room
2100 Locust St

We don’t have a specific topic or presentation on the agenda. We figured it would be a good break from our regular structured meetings and events to have some unstructured time to meet and mingle and talk shop. It’s a great opportunity to get together with others who are involved or just interested in the management, marketing, design or development of products or services.

The St. Louis Product Management Group will pick up the tab for light appetizers; attendees should be prepared to pay for their own drinks.

We’ll be there from 5-8pm — we figured a wide window of time would make it easiest on schedules. Stop by any time between 5-8pm, or you’re welcome to join us for the whole time. We’ll be in the North Bar — we don’t have it “exclusively” reserved though we’ll have some signs so you can find us.

RSVPs not required. Questions? Email stlpm@stlpm.org


Hispanic Leadership Institute

Program Participants will be Announced 9/9
 
Applications are now available for Class VI of the Hispanic Leadership Institute. Class VI will begin in October of 2016. Interested applicants should email their application to Vanessa Garcia at vgarcia@hccstl.com.

For questions or additional information, please contact Vanessa Garcia at vgarcia@hccstl.com. For sponsorship questions, please contact Karlos Ramirez at kramirez@hccstl.com.
 


Market Yourself: Boost Your Business with Expert Self Promotion Tips

Weds, 9/14, 2016
7:15am- 7:30am Registration
7:30am-9:00am Roundtable Program
City Place 3 Conference Center
3 Cityplace Dr. Creve Coeur
Cost: $15 Members/$20 Non-Members
(Light Breakfast included)

Many women business leaders avoid self- promotion.  Some find it distasteful or uncomfortable.  For others, it’s simply not high on their packed priority lists- they are heads-down, intensely focused on running the show.  Yet few would disagree that visibility and a connection-rich network can offer huge advantages to both personal and business success.

Stop putting this essential business skill on the back burner- join this live, interactive event with Erin Joy of Black Dress Partners to learn how to market yourself with ease and confidence.
 


Quickbooks: Quickly Get Your Business Financing in Order

Weds 9/14, 7:30 – 9am
 
Stop stressing at tax time and have better records of how your business is doing. In this information session we will discuss the different versions of QuickBooks and the advantages and disadvantages of each. We will review the basic tasks that every business must do in order for their QuickBooks data to be relevant and reliable. Finally we will answer your QuickBooks and business specific questions.
 
PRESENTER: Lori Strawbridge, Lori Strawbridge CPA

Business Events (Con’t)
 


Webinar:Taking It to the Next Level: Exploring Financial Coaching Platforms & Putting It All Together

Weds 9/14, 2-3:30pm 
 
Many groups are exploring how technology can help coaching programs reach a larger and more diverse audience, as well as help with consistency and standards. We’ll explore a variety of financial coaching platforms, including the technology and training required. As we close the series, we’ll discuss a number of resources, tools and guides that can help practitioners build strong, evidence-based financial coaching programs. What tools and resources do you use to support your program?
 

Biz Dash 5K

Thurs 9/15, 5-11pm 
5K Starts at 7:00 PM
12:00 pm-1:30 pm Panel Discussion
Ballpark Village
601 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO 63102 View Map
Cost: $35 Registration Fee Per Individual/Team Member
(Minimum Members per Company Team: 4)

At the Biz Dash 5K, you can promote health and wellness in the workplace while building team camaraderie – or just use it as an excuse to head outside for a fun night with friends and colleagues after work. You can be a lunchroom legend in your office by beating that industry rival across town. Or, this may even be your opportunity to show the boss who’s really in charge by crossing the finish line first. All levels of runners and walkers are encouraged to participate for their “Company Team.” If your business isn’t participating, you can still register as an individual and enjoy this one-of-a-kind event. Participants will receive cool event swag, complimentary drink tickets and access to the post-race tailgate party at Ballpark Village. Come join us for this memorable evening of friendly competition and networking.
 


Landlord Training: Nuisance Abatement and Prevention

Sat 9/17, 8:30am-12:30pm
Missouri Botanical Garden
4344 Shaw Boulevard Beaumont Room

Learn about resources available in the City of St. Louis to prevent and abate nuisance. This four hour workshop will include the importance of comprehensive tenant screening, an overview of the City’s Nuisance Ordinance, Project 87, and a review of environmental conditions that contribute to nuisance. Hear from the City’s professionals who can help prevent and abate nuisance, including Neighborhood Improvement Specialist Annette Bridges, 23 Ward Alderman Joe Vacarro, City Attorney Michelle Burriel, Judge Joan Miller, and Heather Gasama of the Health Department’s Environmental Health Service division.
 


Southampton Neighborhood Electronics Recycling Drive

Sat, 9/17, 9am-Noon
Hope Lutheran Church Parking Lot
Corner of Brannon & Itaska

 
 
SpectrumEcycle processes most electronic and technology devices whether they are working or non-working. You can also bring old rechargeable batteries, CD’s, DVD’s and VHS tapes for recycling. Other items to bring: Computer, Networking and Office Equipment: CPUs, Towers, laptops, keyboards, mice, hard drives, Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS), Power supplies, cables, circuit boards, cables, computer components, peripherals, modems, printers, scanners, copiers, fax machines, file servers, disk arrays, routers, switches, hubs, storage devices (flash drives, etc.), projectors, monitors – CRT & LCD – any size tube computer monitor: $10.  Medical, Retail and Other equipment including retail and POS systems, testing equipment and medical equipment. Personal and Home Electronics: camcorders, compact disc players, DVD  players, electronic games, PDAs, radios, remote controls, stereo systems, tape players,
media, VCRs, CD’s, DVD’s and VHS tapes, microwave ovens, rechargeable batteries, TVs – any size tub TV: $20. Telephone equipment: answering machines, cell phones and accessories, pagers, telephones, 2-way radios, wires, and cables. NOTE: there are items with fees: tube TVs – $20, tube computer monitors – $10.
 
Questions about what will be accepted, contact SpectrumEcycle, 314-428-0777, info@spectrumecycle.com
 

Smart Money: Credit Essentials for Business Owners

Weds 9/21
11:30 am- 12:00 pm Registration/Networking
12:00 pm-1:30 pm Panel Discussion
Lodge of Des Peres
1050 Des Peres Rd, St. Louis, MO 63131 View Map
Cost: $35 Members/$45 Non-Members

If you’ve ever considered using credit to finance your business, you won’t want to miss NAWBO’s guest panel event on September 21.  Our expert panelists, Jenny Meyer with Anders’ Tax Services Group, Susan Seuburt with Midwest Regional Bank, and Karen Robinson with Kabel Credit, will discuss the ins and outs of business credit. Learn the pros, cons, and requirements of multiple business credit vehicles—from traditional bank loans to alternative credit providers. Arm yourself with knowledge to select the right credit finance options for your business—plus plenty of tips for protecting your personal credit-worthiness in the process.
 


Certification for Women, Minority and Veteran-owned Business

Thurs 9/29
8:30 a.m. Registration & networking
9:00 a.m. Workshop begins
St. Louis County Library Headquarters
1640 S Lindbergh Blvd.
FREE, register online or call 314-994-3300
 
Topics to be covered:
  • Why should I be certified?
  • How do I get certified?
  • Who will certify me?
  • Do I qualify?
If you are a minority, woman or veteran business owner, join to learn more about any and all of these topics. Present your questions to a small business certification panel and hear from all of the major certifying agencies including MoDOT, The City of St. Louis (Lambert International), State of Missouri, SBA, WBENC, Minority Business Council, Procurement Technical Assistance Center and a certified small business owner.
 

2016 Midwest Women Business Owners’ Conference

Fri 10/28, 7am-6pm
The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis
100 Carondelet Plaza
Registration includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon refreshments, Mix & Mingle cocktail reception, all program materials, and attendee gift bag.

An educational, interactive event bringing powerful female business owners together to discuss relevant, provocative business topics crowdsourced from women just like you.

Attendees will experience:

  • High-performing business leaders addressing management, marketing, and operational challenges
  • Exclusive access to trends specific to women-led organizations
  • Best practices for growth, balance, mindset, corporate culture, employee retention, and more
  • Informative panel discussions and 1:1 interviews featuring business thought leaders
  • Premium relationship-building opportunities
  • Expert analyses of common business issues and how to avoid or address them

 


Small Business Database Boot Camp

Fri, 11/11
For more info, call 314-994-3300
 
Bring a laptop to this three-hour session to get hands-on practice or just come and watch and then try it at home. Either way, you will leave with a set of database instructions designed to empower entrepreneurs and small business owners with the tools to write a small business plan, target their market with demographic and psycho-demographic data, created lists of potential clients and/or competitors and conduct industry research.

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St LouisMO 63103

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PLEAE KEEP AN EYE OUT ON THE GREEN FORD EXPLORER THIS STYLE VEHICLE HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN MULTIPLE THEFTS IN/AROUND THE AREA.

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LINDENWOOD CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 15th


8/16/16 (LINDENWOOD/WATSON) LARCENY: VICTIM SAID HE WAS MOWING GRASS IN THE 6500 BLOCK OF LINDENWOOD. HE SAID HE SET HIS TRIMMER DOWN ON THE FRONT STEPS OF THE RESIDENCE AND WENT AROUND BACK. WHEN HE RETURNED THE TRIMMER WAS MISSING AS WELL AS ANOTHER TRIMMER AND BLOWER TAKEN FROM HIS TRUCK. A WITNESS OBSERVED A B/M, 40-50, BALD REMOVE THE ITEMS FROM THE TRUCK AND ENTER A GREEN FORD EXPLOERER (NO FURTHER).
 
 
8/17/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: GAS DRIVE OFF
 
 
8/18/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: GAS DRIVE OFF
 
 
8/18/16 (70XX BLOCK OF NOTTINGHAM) ROBBERY 1ST & ACA: VICTIM REPORTED WHILE EXITING HER VEHICLE SHE WAS APPROACHED BY TWO SUBJECTS:
 
1) B/M, EARLY 20’S, THIN BUILD, DARK COMPLECTED, SHORT AFRO CUT, BLACK SHIRT, BLACK PANTS)
2) B/M, EARLY 20’S, THIN BUILD, DARK COMPLECTED, SHORT HAIR, DARK CLOTHING)

VICTIM REPORTED THAT SUSPECT #1 POINTED A GUN AT HER AND DEMANDED HER BAG AND KEYS TO HER VEHICLE. SUSPECTS TOOK THE BAG AND ENTERED THE VICTIMS VEHICLE (GREEN 2016 NISSAN VERSA) AND WERE LAST SEEN SOUTH FROM THIS LOCATION.
 
 
8/21/16 (71XX BLOCK OF WINONA) GENERAL PEACE DISTURBANCE/2 ARRESTS: MALE AND FEMALE AT THIS LOCATION WERE ARRESTED AND RELEASED ON CITY COURT SUMMONS’ AFTER BEING INVOLVED IN A VERBAL ARGUEMENT AFTER A NIGHT OUT DRINKING.


 

NOTE: PLEAE KEEP AN EYE OUT ON THE GREEN FORD EXPLORER DESCRIBED IN THE FIRST ENTRY OF THIS REPORT. THIS STYLE VEHICLE HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN MULTIPLE THEFTS IN/AROUND THE AREA.

 
 
 

 

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

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Cystic Fibrosis Fundraiser

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Hot Dog for a Cure – Enjoy a fun day at the park and help raise funds for a great cause.

When: August 28th from 12pm-3pm.

Where: Lindenwood Park (on the corner of Jamieson and Pernod ave)

Cost: $10 Adult, $5 kids (Under 10)

***Or take the challenge:  $1, $2 or $3 per mile that I hike!

Join Alice Paul at the main pavilion in Lindenwood Park in South City as she raises funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  Alice is embarking on a 30.1 mile Cystic Fibrosis Foundation – Xtreme Hike September 10th to raise awareness and funds for the foundation.

Come out for a good old fashioned park fundraiser. There will be hot dogs along with a hot dog topping bar, chips and dessert plus a few extra ballpark favorites.

We will have games for all ages to play and definitely bring the kids as the pavilion is close to a playground.

If you can’t make it, but would still like to donate to the cause please visit Alice’s fundraising page here

Alice Paul’s Xtreme Hike Fundraising Page

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Keith Taylor has plead guilty to the crime of Robbery 1st and ACA (Armed Criminal Action).

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Residents,

I am pleased to inform you that Keith Taylor has plead guilty to the crime of Robbery 1st and ACA (Armed Criminal Action). This incident took place on 10/2/14 in the 3500 block of Tamm. Taylor and his accomplice, arrested subject Dorian Clayborne too part in an armed robbery at this location at 3:30 a.m.. The subject made good their escape with the victims property and even fired a single shot at the victim from a distance before entering a dark colored Ford F-150 which they parked in the 6400 block of Oleatha. The subjects sped off out of sight.

 

A few weeks later, due to some fantastic detective work both subjects were taken into custody at a residence in the 4200 block of Peyton Ave. Both subjects were positively identified in separate lineups and charges were issued against both.

 

A sentencing hearing is tentatively  scheduled for 10/6/16, however, these can be rescheduled at the last minute. I will keep everyone informed in the event you wish to attend.

 

No word yet on the accomplice Dorian Clayborne.

 

Thank you again to all those who took time to either write an Impact Statement or signed the signature pages to support our effort.

 

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood Liaison Officer

District Two

 

 

 

 

 

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Senior Wellness Fair

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Senior Wellness Fair

Wednesday, August 24th
10am – 2pm
St. Louis Activity Center – 5602 Arsenal Street

In honor of Senior Wellness Awareness Month Lindenwood Area Senior Ministry and the St. Louis Activity Center are co-hosting a special event!  Please join us as we host community vendors who will provide a wealth of information and resources that will promote your health and wellbeing.  Get your blood pressure checked, receive your flu shot, enjoy lunch and take advantage of raffle prizes and free giveaways!  The first 100 attendees will receive a reusable shopping bag upon arrival.  No need to RSVP, drop by at any time between 10am and 2pm.  If you live in St. Louis City and need a ride, call the St. Louis Activity Center to schedule transportation at 645-3477. Meet me at the Fair!


Participating Organizations:

1.       A Place for Mom

2.       ABC Brigade

3.       Addus Home Care

4.       Alzheimer’s Association

5.       Bethesda Health Group

6.       Better Business Bureau

7.       Burns Recovered 

8.       Cardinal Ritter Senior Services

9.       Clear Captions

10.    ComForCare St. Louis

11.    Carrie Elligson Gietner Nursing Home

12.    Detring Home Health

13.    Essence Healthcare

14.    Home Instead Senior Care

15.    Homewatch Caregivers

16.    Kindred Hospice

17.    Lasting Impressions Home Remodel Center, Ltd.

18.    Life Care Center of St. Louis

19.    Lindenwood Area Senior Ministry

20.    Machacek Library

21.    Martha C. Brown & Associates

22.    Millennium Memory Center

23.    Miracle Ear

24.    Missouri Home Health & Therapy

25.    National Church Residences

26.    National Kidney Foundation

27.    Provision Living

28.    RH Soap Company

29.    Senior Companion Program

30.    Seniors Count

31.    South City Family YMCA

32.    St. Louis Activity Center

33.    St. Louis Hills Pharmacy

34.    Sunset Hills Health & Rehab

35.    Table Wisdom, Inc.

36.    United Health Care

37.    Visiting Angels

38.    VOYCE

39.    Walmart Pharmacy

40.    Washington University Fall Prevention Program

 

41.    Work Day Ministry

 

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Katie Weintraub, MSW
Director
Lindenwood Area Senior Ministry
314.647.4591

6401 Scanlan Avenue, #305
St. Louis, MO 63139
www.lasministry.org

 

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Katie Weintraub, MSW
Director
Lindenwood Area Senior Ministry
314.647.4591

6401 Scanlan Avenue, #305
St. Louis, MO 63139
www.lasministry.org

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Sunday, August 21: 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.

LinFest 2016!

LinFest is coming up fast! Mark your calendars for October 1st from 11am – 4pm in Lindenwood Park.

We have, once again, the support from many of our wonderful neighborhood businesses and restaurants and the local churches and library will provide activities for the children.  We will have a band, demonstration and public participation from Joy of Yoga, a lacrosse game, performances from Gateway Science Academy and so much more.

Food & Drink will be available from local restaurants so come and support them!  Many additional local businesses will be on hand as well as the Fire Departments fire truck, the Safe House and more!

There are still booths available for vendors and sponsorship opportunities available so please emaillinfest@lindenwoodpark.org to participate.

Tweetup At Trattoria Marcella!

It’s August!  There’s no better time to have a Tweetup at Trattoria Marcella!

Trattoria Marcella has been in our neighborhood since1995 and they pride themselves on serving awesome traditional Italian food.  They are an award winning restaurant and we are proud to have them in our neighborhood.  If you haven’t sampled their food, here’s the perfect opportunity for you do so.  Come and join us on August 23rd, any time from 5.30pm – 7.30pm.  You won’t regret it.

As usual, our Alderman and Neighborhood Improvement Specialist will be there.  There is no “agenda” – we just show up, chat, eat, drink, chat some more and make new friends.  It’s never dull!

We hope you’ll consider joining us on Tuesday the 23rd.  Be sure to invite your friends, neighbors, colleagues and remember that you are responsible for paying for your own food and drink :).

September 12 General Membership Meeting

Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA) general membership meeting

Monday, September 12, 2016
7:30 – 9:00pm

All general meetings are held in the auditorium in the lower level of Union United Methodist Church at the corner of Watson and Pernod.

Our city representatives will be there, as well as a public information officer from the police department, and neighborhood board members. Sometimes local and state representatives also attend to speak with the public and hear from them.

Find out about: Neighborhood Meetings.

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.

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United States

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Join Us at

“LINDENWOOD LIVE”

               

Concert in the Park

 

Sunday,  August 21

6-8pm

Lindenwood Park

 

Gather up your neighbors and friends and come enjoy the sound of  “the Soulard Blues Band”

 

ALSO Food Trucks are returning:

Gioia’s Deli Food Truck

Murray’s Shaved Ice

Slide Piece (New)

STL BLT (New)

Smokin Monkey

Smoke N Motion

The Sweet Divine

Zia’s Food Truck

Zia’s Slice of the Hill

 

There may be a mystery truck there serving Bosnian food.

 

Food Trucks begin serving at 5pm

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 8th

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

LINDENWOOD CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 8th


8/8/16 (66XX BLOCK OF WINONA) BURGLARY 2ND: WITNESS REPORTED HE RECEIVED AN EMAIL REGARDING STOLEN COPPER PIPES IN THE BASEMENT OF THE RESIDENCE. HE RESPONDED AND NOTICED COPPER PIPES HAD BEEN REMOVED FROM THE BASEMENT CEILING AND WALSS. NO SIGNS OF FORECED ENTRY. THE RESIDENCE IS A HUD PROPERTY AND HAS BEEN VACANT FOR SEVERAL MONTHS.
 
 
8/8/16 (65XX BLOCK OF BRADLEY) LARCENY: VICTIM REPORTED $10,000.00 MISSING FROM A SAFE INSIDE HIS RESIDENCE. VICTIM SAID HIS SON WHO DOES NOT LIVE IN THE HOUSE HAS A HEROIN PROBLEM. VICTIM SAID HE HAS THE SECURITY CODE. SUBJECT PLACED AS WANTED FOR THE INCIDENT.
 
 
8/10/16 (U-GAS) LARCENY: REPORTING PARTY SAID AN UNKNOWN W/M PUMPED $32.00 WORTH OF GAS IN HIS VEHICLE AND DROVE OFF WITHOUT PAYING.
 
 
8/13/16 (46XX BLOCK OF JAMIESON) ASSAULT 3RD: VICTIM INVITED AN UNKNOWN MALE TO COME OVER. THE MALE ARRIVED WITH TWO OTHER UNKNOWN MALES. A VERBAL ALTERCATION ENSUED AND THE VICTIM WAS STRUCK IN THE FACE BY THE SUSPECT. THE SUSPECT FLED THE SCENE AND THE VICTIM EXITED BEHIND THEM. WHEN THE VICTIM RETURNED TO HIS RESIDENCE HIS TELEVISION WAS MISSING.
 
 
8/14/16 (67XX BLOCK OF PLAINVIEW) HOMICIDE: NO DETAILS AVAILABLE, INCIDENT BEING INVESTIGATED BY HOMICIDE.
 
 
8/14/16 (42XX BLOCK OF MCCAUSLAND) LARCENY: VICTIM REPORTED THE REAR PASSENGER SIDE WINDOW OF HIS VEHICLE WAS BROKEN OUT AND AN IPOD, CELL PHONE AND SEVERAL OTHER ITEMS WERE STOLEN FROM INSIDE.
 
 
8/14/16 (65XX BLOCK OF WINNEBAGO) LARCENY: WITNESS DISCOVERED A BLACK CANVASS BAG LYING IN THE ALLEY IN THE REAR OF 69XX BLOCK OF SUTHERLAND. A SEARCH OF THE BAG REVEALED IT BELONGED TO A SLMPD OFFICER. THE OFFICER WAS CONTACTED AND SAID HIS VEHICLE WAS BROKEN INTO AND THE BAG WAS INSIDE THE VEHICLE.  
 

NORTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 8th

 
8/13/16 (49XX BLOCK OF PARKER) ASSAULT 2ND/ARREST: VICTIM REPORTED HER BOYFRIEND ATTACKED HER INSIDE THEIR RESIDENCE CHOKING HER UNTIL A FRIEND INSIDE PULLED HIM OFF OF HER. SUSPECT WAS CONVEYED TO SLU AND PLACED UNDER PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION.
 

8/14/16 (34XX BLOCK OF S. KINGSHIGHWAY) PROPERTY DAMAGE 2ND: VICTIM REPORTED HE WAS INSIDE UNCLE BILLS WHEN HE HEARD HIS KEY FOB ALARM SOUNDING. HE WALKED OUTSIDE AND DISCOVERED THE HANDLE ON HIS DRIVERS DOOR HAD BEEN TAMPERED WITH ALONG WITH HEAVY DAMAGE TO THE HANDLE. A BACKPACK AND $30.00 WAS MISSING FROM INSIDE.
 
SOUTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 8th

 
8/8/16 (57XX BLOCK OF CHIPPEWA) LARCENY:VICTIM REPORTED A FIVE TON AIR CONDITION UNIT MISSING FROM THE NORTH SIDE OF THE BUILDING.
 


8/13/16 (53XX BLOCK OF CHIPPEWA) ROBBERY: VICTIM, AN EMPLOYEE OF 7-11 REPORTED HE WAS IN HIS VEHICLE ON THE PARKING LOT WHEN HE WAS APPROACHED BY (2) B/M’S WEARING WHITE SHIRTS OVER THEIR FACES. THE FIRST SUSPECT POINTED A BLACK RIFLE AT HIM AND DEMANDED THAT HE ENTER THE STORE AND OPEN THE CASH REGISTERS, WHILE THE SECOND SUSPECT OPENED THE PASSENGER DOOR AND SEARCHED FOR KEYS TO THE DOOR. ONCE INSIDE THE STORE THE SUSPECTS DEMANDED HIM TO OPEN THE REGISTER. VICTIM COMPLIED AND THE SUSPECTS REMOVED CASH FROM THE REGISTER AND SEVERAL CARTONS OF CIGARETTES FROM BEHIND THE COUNTER. THE SUSPECTS THEN FLED FROM THE REAR OF THE STORE AND RAN SOUTH ON MACKLIND UNTIL OUT OF SIGHT. INVESTIGATION IS ONGOING.
 
 
 
P.O. VINCE STEHLIN
SOUTHAMPTON LIAISON OFFICER
DISTRICT TWO
PER THE AUTHORITY OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL DEEBA
COMMANDER, DISTRICT TWO

 

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6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

speed hump update

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

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States