Tilles Park Neighborhood Association General Meeting tonight

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

Tilles Park Neighborhood Association

 

General Meeting

St. Louis Police Officers’Association

3710 Hampton

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

7:00 pm

 

Join us to celebrate the changes at Tilles Park and to discuss future plans.  City officials will be present to present initiatives of interest to our neighborhood.

 

Please consider a donation from the following to benefit the St. Louis Activity Center at Aresenal and Sublette: plastic dinnerware, paper plates, plastic cups, paper towels, dish soap, cans of non-perishables such as soup, vegetables, fruit, coffee – decaf and regular, coffee filters and breakfast items. 

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Crime Report for the Week of November 14th

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

Northampton Crime Report for the Week of November 14th



11/15/16 (32xx block of S. Kingshighway) VMCSL/Arrest: Relative to a call for an overdose at this location, officers discovered a syringe and capsules in the suspects car.



11/16/16 (23xx block of Hampton) Drinking in Public/Arrest: Subject was arrested for indicated charge after observed unresponsive inside a bus stop at this location.



11/16/16 (36xx block of S. Kingshighway) Assault 3rd/Arrest: B/M and W/F were both arrested after peace disturbance incident inside a store led to both becoming physical with each other.



11/17/16 (39xx block of Hereford) UUW, VMCSL/Arrest: So. Patrol detectives arrested (2) subjects residing at the above location after conducting an investigation into illegal weapons possession and illegal drug sales.

 

 

Note:
 Please keep your doors and vehicles locked and property out of full view. 


The case highlighted in green would be a great NOM case to adopt if Northampton has anyone trained to write an Impact Statement. This is why I mentioned this needs to get moving in the right direction.

 
P.O. Vince Stehlin
Northampton Liaison Officer
District Two
Per the authority of Captain Michael Deeba
Commander, District Two

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of November 14th



11/14/16 (56xx block of Walsh) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown entered his unlocked vehicle and stole multiple CD’s and books.


11/15/16 (J.C. Penny) Larceny/Arrest: B/F subject arrested after loss prevention observed her stealing two pairs of boots.


11/15/16 (53xx block of Devonshire) Stolen Auto : Victim reported his blue 2006 Ford F-150 stolen from the rear parking pad at this location.


11/19/16 (49xx block of Neosho) Burglary 2nd: Victim returned home and observed the rear garage door open and multiple items stolen from inside. No signs of forced entry.


11/19/16 (55xx block of Devonshire) Robbery 1st: The victim was parking her red Nissan X-Terra when another vehicle pulled up next to her. A b/m (20-30, 5’7, 150 lbs., shoulder length dreadlocks) entered the unlocked passenger door and pointed a gun at her demanding her purse, phone and that she exit the vehicle. The victim complied and the suspect drove off followed by an unidentified vehicle.

 

Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of November 14th

 

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court update

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Residents,

I want to update you on the outcome of a NOM case the court advocacy groups in St. Louis Hills and Lindenwood have been following since late 2014 involving the defendant Jashua J. Henderson (Case #1522-CR02855-01). Henderson was arrested and charged with multiple restaurant burglaries in these neighborhoods as well as a few others.

 

Late yesterday I was notified that all the burglary/stealing and property damage charges against Henderson have been dropped in part to lack of physical evidence. According to the attorney in the case there were only a few of the businesses that actually had surveillance cameras and the ones that did have very poor quality and made it extremely hard to make a positive identification.

 

The only (2) charges that Henderson was found guilty on are listed below. As a result Henderson  was given time served for these charges by the Honorable Judge Michael Warren Noble.

 

Thank you for those who participated in this case.

 

P.O. Vince Stehlin

St. Louis Hills/Lindenwood Liaison Officer

District Two

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6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
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Tilles Park Neighborhood Association General Meeting

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

Tilles Park Neighborhood Association

 

General Meeting

St. Louis Police Officers’Association

3710 Hampton

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

7:00 pm

 

Join us to celebrate the changes at Tilles Park and to discuss future plans.  City officials will be present to present initiatives of interest to our neighborhood.

 

Please consider a donation from the following to benefit the St. Louis Activity Center at Aresenal and Sublette: plastic dinnerware, paper plates, plastic cups, paper towels, dish soap, cans of non-perishables such as soup, vegetables, fruit, coffee – decaf and regular, coffee filters and breakfast ite

This e-blast paid for by Friends of Joe Vaccaro inc Brian Sweeney treasurer

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Watch Channle 4 news Thursday night at 10pm for full story

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23rd Ward Alderman
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This is a promo that will air on Channel 4 at 10pm tomorrow night. The story stems from a yard sale that took place in our neighborhood. The whole story will air tomorrow night.  

https://vimeo.com/191558557

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st louis Missouri 63139
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Crime and court Report for the Week of November 7th

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

Northampton Crime Report for the Week of November 7th



11/7/16 (49xx block of Potomac) Larceny: Victim reported a Missouri license plate was stolen from the front of his vehicle at this location.



11/9/16 (56xx block of Tholozan) Stolen Auto: Victim reported his 2003 Jeep Liberty stolen from this location.



11/9/16 (50xx block of Fairview) Attempt Stealing of a Motor Vehicle: Reporting party indicated that person(s) unknown broke the passenger window of her father’s vehicle and pulled out the ignition and steering column in an attempt to steal the vehicle.



11/9/16 (34xx block of Macklind) Property Damage: Victim responded to the So. Patrol Station to report that person(s) fired an unknown caliber firearm at the rear drivers door and rear left quarter panel of her vehicle. Victim said she believes she heard shots in the early morning hours of 11/8.

 

 

Note: Please keep your doors and vehicles locked and property out of full view. 

 

 

 

Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of November 7th

 

 

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of November 7th



11/9/16 (Macklind/Bancroft) Arrest: During a pedestrian check at this location relative to a call for a suspicious person officers arrested a w/m subject after a computer check revealed the subject to wanted for an active felony drug charge.


11/10/16 (50xx block of Hampton) VMCSL/Arrest: Officers stopped a vehicle being driven by a w/m subject relative to a traffic violation. A computer check revealed the subject to be wanted for a burglary in St. Louis County. Search incident to arrest revealed the subject to be in possession of suspected narcotics. Subject was booked and charged as indicated.


Note: Please keep your doors and vehicles locked and property out of full view. 

 

 All,
 I want to bring everyone up to speed on the NOM case that
 Lindenwood, Southampton and Northampton Court Advocacy Teams
 have been following involving Hassen Mohammad. Mohammad was
 arrested back in May/2015 for multiple burglaries and the
 court advocacy groups
  submitted impact letters, attended bond hearings and
 eventually his sentencing. 
  
 At the sentencing it was discovered that as a result of
 some slick maneuvering by his attorney Mohammad was able to
 get a judge to grant him drug court for his crimes before
 his sentencing in Division 16.
  
 Judge Mullen offered Mohammad jail time instead of his
 four year drug court sentence with the conditions that if he
 failed drug court and returned to his court he would receive
 a more appropriate sentence. Well……Mohammad failed a
 recent drug test and capias warrants were issued on him for his arrest. On
 10/28/16 Mohammad was taken into custody by 1st district
 burglary crew detectives in the 41xx block of Taft.
  
I recently spoke with ACA 
Pat Hamacher who
advised that the case is currently set for sentencing on
12/16/16 at 9:00 a.m. in Division 16 and to
rally the troops!
  
I will be there and I hope you can too..
  
  

 Thank you,
 P.O. Vince Stehlin
 Lindenwood, Southampton & Northampton Liaison
 Officer
 District Two 

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United States

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Tweetup At J McArthur’s

It’s Tweetup Tuesday time and time for our final Tweetup of the year. Our November Tweetup will be held at J McArthur’s
 – 3500 Watson Rd. on Tuesday November 15th (yes, 1 week earlier than normal), so come and join us for a festive gathering to get us in the mood for the holiday’s. We will also be saying farewell to our Neighborhood Improvement Specialist, Annette Bridges who will be retiring at the end of the year. We will miss her hugely as she’s been a wonderful help to the 23rd Ward and in particular, to Lindenwood Park. Please join us in wishing her well, as well as meeting up with some new people. Alderman Joe Vaccaro will be there and you’re welcome to discuss any neighborhood issues you may have too. Please feel free to invite your friends, neighbors, colleagues etc. J McArthur’s has a wonderful patio in the front and the back of the restaurant and we may have a couple of surprises in store.

We have a wonderful Tweetup appetizer/happy hour menu that J McArthur’s made up specially for us:
LPNA Tweetup special cocktail
Baked-­apple Sangria $5
BEER & WINE Budweiser, Bud Light, Mich Ultra $2
House Red and White Wine $5
APPETIZERS
Tatsuta Chicken Wings $5.50 (Soy-­sake marinade, pickled ginger, sesame dipping sauce)
Turkey Flatbread $6 (Mole negro, fire-roasted poblano, queso fresco)
Foccaccia $3 (Salsa Rossa, herb­‐infused oil)
J­‐Mac Double Stack $7 (One­‐year yellow cheddar, house-made bacon, caramelized onion, mayonnaise, brioche bun
Hand-cut Fries $3

Remember that you just pay for your own food and drinks! We hope to see you there.

Fall Leaf Pickup

The City of St. Louis has one of the most robust street cleaning programs in the United States with 1,100 miles of roads swept monthly. Since this program is so robust, the Streets Department is combining leaf pickup and regularly scheduled street cleaning as of November 1, 2016.

Every street in the City will receive the same equitable services on regularly scheduled street cleaning days from November 1st through December 31st.

The City will pickup normal street cleaning debris and any leaves that have fallen from City trees if they are placed in the street approximately a foot and a half away from the curb on regularly scheduled street cleaning days. Please remove any limbs, cardboard boxes, plastic bags, etc. from these piles, as these items can damage the equipment.  If your neighborhood does not have street cleaning signs, please check out the map on the Street Divisions Website.

Depending on the quantity of leaves, specialized equipment may be used that collects leaves and turns them into mulch, which then can be used for compost. If the quantities are less, a street sweeper may be the only equipment needed. In both cases, a street sweeper will be the last equipment used to make sure that the street is as clean as possible.

Please place remaining leaves from your yard in alley yard waste dumpsters or in roll carts, depending on which one is in your neighborhood. If using roll carts and additional space is needed, please use paper yard waste bags and place them in the tree-lawn on your regularly scheduled yard waste collection day. It is recommended that leaves be mulched with either a push mower with a bagging attachment or a blower/mulcher prior to placing in your dumpster, as this can reduce 10 normal bags of yard waste to just one bag of yard waste. Alternatively, you can also use this mulch in your garden or flower bed.

The Benefits to Everyone:

  • Everyone will receive the same outstanding service.
  • Vehicles should be moved per street cleaning signs, so that the entire street can be cleaned from corner to corner.
  • Crews will make up holidays*. Before, if your leaf pickup was on a holiday, you simply missed a pickup. Now Streets will reschedule. Since no-parking signs cannot be changed to represent the holiday, parking will be an issue on the rescheduled date, but we will make an attempt.

Citizens’ Service Bureau:

  • If your street was scheduled for street cleaning and you do not believe that it was swept, call 622-4800.
  • If there are cars parked on your street that haven’t moved since the last street cleaning day, call 622-4800.
  • If you notice any other City-related issues like potholes, street lights out or trees needing trimmed, call 622-4800.

*Holiday Schedule:

  • Thanksgiving November 24th, will be made up on Saturday November 26th
  • Christmas (Observed Holiday) December 26th, will be swep
 

December 5 General Membership Meeting

Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA) general membership meeting

Monday, December 5, 2016
7:30 – 9:00pm

This is our last meeting of the year so there will be treats! We also ask that you bring a donation of canned/dry food for Kingdom House

Kingdom House is a social service agency affiliated with the Methodist Church.  They offer a variety of services including childcare, food and clothing assistance, youth and teen programs and Senior companions.  Part of their food assistance seeks to teach clients healthy eating habits.  As such they offer a service entitled Andrea’s Market which offers access to healthy, non-processed foods. Foods they could use to stock their shelves include:

Oatmeal
Brown Rice/Rice
Whole Wheat Pasta/Pasta
Dried or Canned Beans
Chicken or Vegetable Broth
Diced Tomatoes
Tomato Sauce
Olive Oil
Salt, Pepper, Spices
Whole Grain Cereals
Pancake Mix
Canned Fruit in water or light syrup

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!

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States