Crime Report for the Week of April 10th

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

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of April 10th

4/12/17 @ 2340 (45xx block of S. Kingshighway) Burglary 1st: Victim was awoken by subjects forcefully entering her apartment through the front door. Victim recognized subjects and confronted them once inside, at which time both subjects fled the apartment with the victim’s laptop. Subject were last seen in a 2005 Pontiac G6, blue in color. Both subjects and the vehicle entered as wanted.


4/12/17 @ 2335 (47xx block of S. Kingshighway) Larceny: 
The church pastor approached the suspect (b/m, 15-16, white t-shirt, blue shorts) while he was ransacking the church van which now had a window broken out. The pastor shamed the suspect into giving back the stolen $100 prior to his running away. The suspect dropped his phone in the van while searching it.


4/12/17-4/15/17 @ 2100-0800 (53xx block of Devonshire) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown stole five pallets of the listed shingles from the side of her rear residential garage.

Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of April 10th

 

 

4/12/17 @ 0047 (U-Gas) Larceny: Gas drive-off.

 

 

4/12/17 @ 0115 (U-Gas) Larceny: Gas drive-off.

 

 

4/12/17 @ 1050 (62xx block of Hancock) Assault 2nd: Victim reported her ex-boyfriend responded to her residence and began kicking the front door and screaming about seeing his children. Victim reported she opened the door and the suspect punched her in the mouth. Suspect left in his vehicle. Domestic Abuse Unit contacted, suspect placed as wanted for the incident.

 

 

4/12/17 @ 0730-1630 (44xx block of Wabash) Destruction of Property: Victim reported person(s) unknown shattered the glass in her front storm door. No entry was gained.



4/11/17-4/12/17 @ 1200-1645 (44xx block of Wabash) Larceny: Victim reported his realtor agent contacted him in regard to his stolen air conditioner at the home. When he arrived he observed the air conditioning unit was missing and the wires it was attached to were severed but still attached to the home brick wall.



4/14/17-4/15/17 @ 2100-1630 (70xx block of Weil) Larceny: Victim reported his license plate was stolen from his vehicle while parked in front of the above address.



4/14/17 @ 1000-1115 (70xx block of Nottingham) Larceny: Victim reported he was charging his phone on the outlet outside of his apartment unit because he needed to conduct some business and the reception in his unit is bad.  He further stated he ran in his unit to grab something and when he returned; unknown suspect(s) had stolen his cell phone.



4/15/17 @ 1630-2345 (63xx block of Tholozan) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown opened the unlocked doors to his vehicles and stole an I-Phone charger and his cassette converter and check book. 




4/16/17 @ 0036 (63xx block of Tholozan) Tampering: Witness was sitting in her living room when she heard the sound of a car “slamming” on its breaks several times. She looked out the window and saw two black males getting out of a Jeep, which was stopped in the middle of the street. These two suspects then ran west on Tholozan leaving the Jeep parked in the middle of the street. She contacted this department. Officers arrived and saw the Jeep and approached it. They looked inside and saw the key was in the ignition, the gear shift was in drive, however the car was not running. Owner of the vehicle notified. 



P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood Liaison Officer

District Two

Per the Authority of Captain Michael Deeba

Commander, District Two

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COURT ADVOCACY TRAINING SCHEDULED

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

COURT ADVOCACY TRAINING SCHEDULED

 

If you wish to learn to write an Impact Statement which can be

submitted to a Judge when an individual suspected of committing a

 crime in your neighborhood is participating in a Bond Reduction

Hearing or an actual Sentencing Hearing, you must attend this

Training.

 

 

When:                  Thursday, April 27, 2017

 

When:                  6:30 – 7:30pm

 

Where:                 Schlafly Library, 225 N. Euclid Ave.

                               (Corner of Euclid and Lindell in the Central West End)

 

RSVP                     by April 24 at 5pm to Jennifer Miles

                               milesj@stlouiscao.org

 

 

The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood has submitted several Impact Statements related to past cases with great success. We have succeeded in keeping high cost/cash only Bonds and longer sentences for offenders.

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The Story of Laughing Bear Bakery

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

The Story of Laughing Bear Bakery

Each year, several thousand men and women are released from Missouri prisons after completing their court-ordered terms. Unfortunately, they face so many unique and overwhelming challenges that many are unable to start a new life. One of the major factors for recidivism is the inability to find gainful employment. Laughing Bear Bakery, a work skills reintegration program, offers ex-offenders paid employment opportunities immediately upon their release. These jobs provide income, stability, and marketable skills. Laughing Bearprovides compensation greater than minimum wage so that employees are better able to support themselves while learning their trade and establishing an employment record. Laughing Bear
 has formed relationships within Missouri prisons that enable us to identify prospective ex-offenders prior to their release. When they enter the program, their chances of success are greatly increased. ♥ Kalen McAllister started the program in 2015 with 2 ex-offenders and in its first year, Laughing Bear Bakery has already “graduated” 3 bakers to full-time employment. Laughing Bear utilizes the facilities of a commercial kitchen business incubator housed in a St. Louis church.  Our high-quality, “from-scratch” bakery goods are sold through various channels around the St. Louis area.  Laughing Bear Bakery is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and all donations are tax deductible.  ♥ Laughing Bear Bakery 
is committed to producing the highest quality bakery goods. We test our recipes and use the best ingredients that we can find. Careful attention is paid to packaging and storage, label information, and prompt delivery. We do everything we can to make sure that each mouthful of our delicious products is satisfying enough to form a lasting impression and repeat sales. We know that we are succeeding at this commitment because of the wonderful comments we receive from our happy customers.

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Crime and court Report for the Week of April 3rd

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

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of April 3rd

 

3/31/17 @ 1000-1600 (52xx block of Itaska) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown stole the front plate from his vehicle which was parked on the street in front of his residence.  It should be noted the victim replaced the plates prior to completion of this report. The delay in reporting was due to the victim being unaware of reporting procedures. 

 

 

4/7/17-4/8/17 @2100-0800 (49xx block of Sutherland) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown unlawfully entered his garage. At the time of this report the victim is uncertain if anything is missing.

 

Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of April 3rd

 

4/3/17 @ 0800-2100 (60xx block of Fyler) Larceny: Victim reported while moving residences on 4/1/17, he placed one of his bags in the rear of his rented vehicle. Victim said he and friends were moving all his items from the Fyler address and placing bags in the moving truck as well as other various vehicles. While unloading victim was not able to locate his black bag containing approximately $10,000 in cash currency including his children`s 31 silver dollars given to them by their grandfather each year at their birthdays.

 

 

4/4/17 @0130 (64xx block of Oleatha) Peace Disturbance/Arrest: Witness came by mothers home to drop off medication and retrieve a cell phone. Suspect, home owner, who was intoxicated began causing a disturbance by yelling and screaming in the middle of the street causing neighbors to be awakened.

 

 

4/4/17 @ 2330 (U-Gas) Larceny: Gas drive-off.

 

 

4/5/17 @ 0230 (66xx block of Chippewa) Destruction of Property: Witness provided officers with video surveillance of a vehicle wanted for striking multiple outdoor patio heaters, flower pods and outdoor garden lights. Vehicle placed as wanted.

 

 

4/7/17 @ 1248 (70xx block of Nottingham) Assault: Victim and her ex-boyfriend were in a verbal argument over photos/texts on the victims phone. Suspect struck the victim in the head several times and left. Suspect entered as wanted.

 

 

4/8/17-4/9/17 @ 2100-1045 (69xx block of Mardel) Stolen Motorcycle: Victim reported person(s) unknown stole his 2013 Suzuki from in front of his residence.

 

 

4/6/17-4/9/17 @ 2000-0815 (60xx block of Scanlon) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown entered her vehicle in an unknown manner and stole a pair of sunglasses.

 

 

3/31/17-4/8/17 @1930-1100 (43xx block of Jamieson) Larceny: Victim reported she had put her Ruger LCP in the center console of her vehicle on the evening of 3/31/17 while visiting the Hi-Pointe Drive-in. She noticed the weapon missing on 4/8/17. She had searched her car and entire house, remembering the last time she had it was she placed it in the center console. No signs of forced entry on vehicle.

 

Northampton Crime Report for the Week of April 3rd

 

4/3/17-4/3/17 @ 2100-1800 (50xx block of Pernod) Destruction of Property: Victim reported person(s) unknown slashed his tires while his vehicle was parked on the rear parking pad of his residence.

 

 

4/3/17 @1250 (32xx block of S. Kingshighway) Larceny: Reporting party who is the manager of the car wash stated that on 04-02-2017 at 22:22 hours he observed on his video surveillance a white 2 door Honda with a unknown temporary tag pull onto the lot. He stated that a unknown white male exited the vehicle and approached the vending machine on the lot. He stated that the subject then reaches up into the vending machine with his arm and steals approximately twenty air fresheners.



4/4/17 @ 1810 (49xx block of Lindenwood) Burglary/Assault: Suspect arrived at this location where his ex-girlfriend resides. Suspect broke out the glass door on the front of the apartment, then kicked in the wooden door. He then assaulted the victim and left the scene. Suspect entered as wanted for the incident.

 


P.O. Vince Stehlin

Northampton Liaison Officer

District Two

Per the Authority of Captain Michael Deeba

Commander, District Two

Residents,

After a very lengthy and exhausting experience the case involving Levelle Rose (1622-CR00730-01) is coming to an end. Rose was involved in multiple burglaries in several neighborhoods including Lindenwood and Southampton.

 

As a result Rose has pled guilty to the following charges:

 

 

Thank you again for those who participated in this case on behalf of the Lindenwood Neighborhood. Like I mentioned earlier it was a long go…however the end result is what counts.

 

Rose has a sentencing hearing slated for 4/21/17 at 9 a.m., however, I will update this again as it approaches in the event it is rescheduled.

 

Thank you,

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood Liaison Officer

District Two

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st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Applying To: Administrative Aide (Board of Aldermen)

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Applying To: Administrative Aide (Board of Aldermen)


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Salary

  • Minimum: $34,000.00
  • Maximum: $39,000.00

Nature of Work

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Board of Aldermen’s administrative aide is responsible:

• For ensuring that materials and rooms are prepared before each committee and full Board meeting (at times operating as a one-person copy shop);

• Maintaining accurate and timely information on the Aldermanic website;

• Assisting Aldermen and staff members with basic computer hardware and software questions;

and

• Maintaining supply inventories, delivering Aldermanic mail, and general office duties.

Minimum Qualifications

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES

• Ability to use personal computers and networks and basic office software;

• Ability and desire to work under quick deadlines;

• Ability to move quickly from place to place as required by the legislative process;

• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships; and

• Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.

TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE

An Associate’s degree (or 60 credit hours) in business administration, office information systems, computer applications, or other relevant business or social science discipline, plus at least one year of recent, administrative experience in an office setting with heavy public contact. Qualifying experience must demonstrate excellent software skills.

OR

An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

TO APPLY, you must submit an application for employment.

To submit your application for employment, you may:

a. Fill out an application electronically at http://stlouis-mo.gov/jobs

OR,

b. Fill out the paper application available at http://stlouis-mo.gov/jobs and mail it or deliver it to the Board of Aldermen, Attention: Lisa McNichols, 1200 Market Street, Room 230, St. Louis, MO 63103.

Last Date For Filing Application Is April 26, 2017

Examination Components and Their Weights

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