Crime and court Report for the Week of May 15th

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

Residents,

Back in October 2015 Levelle Rose was arrested for his involvement in a Burglary 1st in the 67xx block of Pernod (Lindenwood). The victim was able to identify the subject in a photo line-up and he was placed out as wanted for the incident. With some great work from our detective bureau Rose was arrested and charged for this incident as well as a burglaries in the Southampton neighborhood. As a result he was charged with the following:

 


In Division 10 The Honorable Judge Rex M. Burlison sentenced Rose to (7) years in prison. All the charges and explanations are too lengthy to list. If you would like a full read I’d advise you to go to www.casenet.mo.gov
 and look up his case #1622-CR00730-01. Thank you to the residents from both neighborhoods who took time out your schedules to be part of this case. I greatly appreciate your time and patience in this matter.

 

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood/Southampton Liaison Officer

District Two 

All,

The Court Advocacy Training mentioned at the last general membership meeting will be held on Thursday, June 15th at 6:30 p.m. at Buder Library (4401 Hampton). This is right in our own back yard so if you were unable to make a previous training date, now is your chance!

 

This is very important…please email the Circuit Attorney’s Office at caocommunications@stlouiscao.org to register so a seat can be saved for you.

 

One last thing, please email me back once you have registered so I can keep track of who will be attending.

 

Thank you,

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Northampton Liaison Officer

District Two

vstehlin@slmpd.org

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of May 15th

5/15/17-5/16/17 @ 1730-0730 (57xx block of Neosho) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown stole the driver`s side rear tire and wheel from her vehicle while it was parked on the street in front of her residence.


5/19/17 @ 1756 (49xx block of Devonshire) UUW/CCW: Officers were dispatched to the listed address for a “Flourishing of a gun.” Officers met with the victims who stated a family member upset over personal matters pulled a gun from his right pocket and pointed it at them. The suspect fled the residence and was entered as wanted.


5/20/17-5/21/17 @ 1930-1015 (55xx block of Devonshire) Destruction of Property: Victim reported person(s) unknown shattered the front passenger side door window of his vehicle, which was parked on the parking pad behind his residence at the indicated location.


5/20/17-5/21/17 @ 2300-0630 (55xx block of Nottingham) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown broke out the passenger side window of her vehicle and took $2.00 in change from inside.


5/20/17-5/21/17 @ 2000-0800 (54xx block of Neosho) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown entered his unlocked vehicle and stole $3.00 in one dollar bills from inside.


5/21/17 @ 2308 (49xx block of Winona) Child Abuse: Child Abuse detectives conducting investigation into allegations at this location. Investigation ongoing.


Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of May 15th

 

5/15/17 @ 2230 (32xx block of Hampton) Assault 2nd/Arrest: Victim reported she was assaulted by her friend after confronting her about money she believed the suspect took from her purse. Subject was booked and charged as indicated.

 

 

4/29/17-5/15/17 @ 0730-0730 (69xx block of Mardel) Fraud: Victim reported person(s) unknown used of her credit card numbers to make a fraudulent internet purchase.

 

 

5/15/17 @ 1025 (70xx block of Oleatha) Larceny: 
Victim reported that a pair of work shoes that he had ordered had been stolen from his front porch.  He added that he ordered the shoes online and the shoes had been delivered by Fed Ex on March 11th at 12:06 p.m.  Victim stated that when he arrived home from work at approximately 7:30 p.m., the shoes were not there and had been stolen. This occurred on 3/11/17, the reason for the delay was a misunderstanding with the company and their investigation.



5/17/17 @ 1807 (64xx block of Chippewa) Larceny: Witness, manager of store, reported a b/m entered the store with a duffle bag and while she was attending to other customers removed a mini Bose speaker system and headphones from the display and left the store with them. Detective bureau conducting a follow-up.



5/19/17 @ 0125 (65xx block of Scanlan) Destruction of Property/Arrest: Officers responded for a w/m standing in the street yelling. When officers arrived the subject told officers he had broken out a window on a store front on Ivanhoe. The subject was booked and charged as indicated.


P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood Liaison Officer

District Two

Per the authority of Captain Michael Deeba

Commander, District Two

 

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

 

Join Us at

“LINDENWOOD LIVE”

               

Concert in the Park

 

Sunday,  May 28

6-8pm

Lindenwood Park

 

Gather up your neighbors and friends and come enjoy the sound of  “Stone Sugar Shakedown”

 

ALSO Food Trucks are returning:

 

The Cheese Shack

Clementine’s Creamery

Frankly Sausages

Murray’s Shaved Ice

Slide Piece

STL BLT

Totally Toasted

Zia’s on the Hill

 

 

 

Food Trucks begin serving at 5pm

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District Nuisance/Problem Property Officers

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

District Nuisance/Problem Property Officers

 

South Patrol (1-2)

 

Anna Biondolillo-444-0177 ambiondolillo@slmpd.org

 

David Krapf-444-0185 dekrapf@slmpd.org

 

Central Patrol (3-4)

 

Shamantha Edwards-444-2572 sedwards@slmpd.org

 

Erin Hein-444-2532 elhein@slmpd.org

 

North Patrol (5-6)

 

Julius Conner-444-0005 jrconner@slmpd.org

 

Michael Butler-444-0022 mabutler@slmpd.org

 

James Binder-444-0069 jtbinder@slmpd.org

 

 

Sgt. John McLaughlin-444-5490 jlmclaughlin@slmpd.org

 

Pawn Shops Second Hand Dealers/Excise/Liquor License Issues

 

PO Luther Hall-444-5330 ljhall@slmpd.org

 

Animal Abuse/Neglect

 

PO Louis Naes-444-5330 jlnaes@slmpd.org

 

Illegal Dumping/Trash/Refuse

 

PO Amy Laz-444-5721 amlaz@slmpd.org

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Crime and court Report for the Week of May 8th

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

Residents,

Here is an update on a NOM Case that Southampton has followed since 2016. This case involved an armed robbery that occurred on 2/7/16 in the rear of the 53xx block of Murdoch.

 

There were (2) subjects arrested in this case. The first, Jarran Anthony was sentenced in the fall of 2016 to a 10 year sentence for his involvement in this incident. On May 17th, 2017 the second subject, David McCoy pled guilty to two charges, Robbery 1st which he received 10 years and Armed Criminal Action which he received 3 years. These sentences will run concurrent. McCoy was also surrendered back to Federal Authorities on unrelated charges.

 

I want to personally thank the members of the Southampton Court Advocacy Team who back in early 2016 prepared Impact Statements against both subjects and attended court hearings when needed. For those who simply stopped by the station to sign these statements and support our effort I want to thank you also.

 

Thank you for your support,

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Southampton Liaison Officer

District Two

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of May 8th

5/8/17 @ 1730 (49xx block of Hampton) Phone Harassment: Victim reported she was receiving harassing calls to her salon.
5/11/17 @ 0145 (50xx block of Kingshighway) Trespassing/Arrest: After being advised to stay away from this location relative to a prior call the suspect returned and was promptly placed under arrest for the above charge.
5/7/17-5/12/17 @ 1200-1530 (57xx block of Delor) Destruction of Property: Victim reported he discovered a hole on the roof of his shed in the rear yard of his residence. Upon further inspection there was another hole in a shelf inside of the shed which was in alignment with the hole in the roof of the shed. Victim found an unknown caliber projectile on the floor of the shed.
5/11/17-5/13/17 @ 1800-1500 (57xx block of Delor) Larceny: Victim reported his Smith & Wesson handgun stolen from the glove box of his vehicle. No visible signs of forced entry. 
5/12/17-5/13/17 @ 0900-1230 (56xx block of Devonshire) Larceny:

Victim reported person(s) unknown stole her wallet inside her brother`s unlocked vehicle which was parked on the street in front of her parent`s residence.
4/22/17-5/13/17 @ 1200-1030 (51xx block of Eichelberger) Larceny: Victim reported her lawn mower stolen from her rear yard.

5/14/17 @ 0200-1500 (55xx block of Lansdowne) Larceny: Victim reported a concrete statue was taken from the front of her residence.  

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

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The first of 3 concerts in the Park for 2017 will be held Sunday, May 28, from 6pm to 8pm at Lindenwood Park.

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

Sunday, May 28: Lindenwood Live!

The first of 3 concerts in the Park for 2017 will be held Sunday, May 28, from 6pm to 8pm at Lindenwood Park.

Gather up your neighbors and friends and come enjoy the sounds of The Stone Sugar Shakedown.

The Stone Sugar Shakedown is funk, rock, blues & beyond, delivered with St. Louis soul.

Also: There will again be several food trucks!

Food trucks begin serving at 5pm

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

Tweetup At Edibles & Essentials

Come and join us for our May Tweetup at Edibles & Essentials at 5815 Hampton Ave., on Tuesday May 23rd from 5.30pm – 7.30pm.

Edibles & Essentials is a little gem in the heart of St. Louis Hills. They are a Market where guests can shop for culinary must haves from around the globe as well as a small butcher counter where you can buy hand-cut steaks and chops. They have a great selection of beers and wines and Ski products and 
the menu
 changes monthly to coincide with seasonal foods.

Tweetups are happy hours where you can meet new neighbors, chat with our Alderman and NIS and have a great time doing it. Every month we have new people joining us. Stay for half an hour or stay for the entire time. It is just a fun, social event that we organize so that we can get to know each other as well as try out a restaurant you may not have visited before or return to one of your favorites!

We hope you’ll join us on the 23rd! Remember that you are responsible for payment of your own food and drinks and don’t be shy to bring a friend!

June 5 General Membership Meeting

Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA) General Membership meeting

Monday, June 5, 2017
7:30 – 9:00pm

Beginning with this meeting, all general meetings will be held at:

Watson Terrace Christian Church
4205 Watson Road.

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.

Come join our group:

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

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Crime and court Report for the Week of May 8th

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of May 8th

 

5/7/17-5/8/17 @ 2130-0630 (70xx block of Lindenwood) Larceny: Victim reported during the listed times, person(s) unknown stole her vehicle license plates while parked in front of her residence.

 

 

5/8/17-5/9/17 @ 2200-0830 (66xx block of Oleatha) Larceny: Victim reported during the listed times, person(s) unknown stole his vehicle license plates while parked in front of her residence.



5/13/17 @ 2023 (60xx block of Fyler) Assault 4th: Victim reported an unknown w/f knocked on her front door and began yelling at her to stay away from “Pete.” She then grabbed the victims phone out of her hand and threw it and the two began fighting on the porch. “Pete” is the victims ex-boyfriend. The suspect had left the area prior to the officers arrival. 



5/13/17 @ 0955 (62xx block of Oleatha) Fraud:  Victim reported unauthorized purchase made against his First Community debit card.

 

 

5/13/17 @ 1027 (70xx block of Sutherland) VMCSL/Arrest
Officers culminated an investigation into the distribution of marijuana and other controlled substances by executing a state-level search warrant at the above location. The warrant was executed, without incident. 
Suspected marijuana, Xanax, THC wax, and THC powder were located in the suspects possession, as well as more than $2,000 which was seized for asset forfeiture.


All,

Just an update on the case involving Tiama Phipps. Phipps was the subject arrested for the armed robbery at Macklind/Devonshire a couple of weeks ago. In case anyone has been monitoring the case via CaseNet it does show a hearing today. This hearing is only an arraignment which does not require our attendance. I’m sure in the coming weeks he will try to get a bond reduction hearing and at time I will send out an email to let everyone know. The Impact Statements and signatures have been sent to the Circuit Attorney’s office and will be entered into court. 

A special thank you to the large number of you that signed up to become part of the Court Advocacy Team, I’d be lying if I didn’t say it was quite overwhelming and very much appreciated. I will notify all of you in the next couple of days of the date/time of the training which will be held in June at Buder Library.

Thank you again to everyone that attended. If you know someone who doesn’t receive my weekly crime report emails and other updates please pass along my email address to them and I will add them to the list.

 

Thank you,

P.O. Vince Stehlin

vstehlin@slmpd.org 

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If property owners want to appeal their 2017 reassessment value

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May Tweetup at Edibles & Essentials

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

Come and join us for our May Tweetup at Edibles & Essentials at 5815 Hampton Ave., on Tuesday May 23rd from 5.30pm – 7.30pm.

Edibles & Essentials is a little gem in the heart of St. Louis Hills. They are a Market where guests can shop for culinary must haves from around the globe as well as a small butcher counter where you can buy hand-cut steaks and chops. They have a great selection of beers and wines and Ski products and the menu changes monthly to coincide with seasonal foods. 
http://www.ediblesandessentials.com/menu/

Tweetups are happy hours where you can meet new neighbors, chat with our Alderman and NIS and have a great time doing it. Every month we have new people joining us. Stay for half an hour or stay for the entire time. It is just a fun, social event that we organize so that we can get to know each other as well as try out a restaurant you may not have visited before or return to one of your favorites!

We hope you’ll join us on the 23rd! Remember that you are responsible for payment of your own food and drinks and don’t be shy to bring a friend!

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

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Scrap Metal Drive still going on this weekend

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

Scrap Metal Drive!

Yes it’s that time again!  We will be collecting scrap on the Saturdays in April.  It’s time for YOU to start collecting scrap too.  Bring it to Timothy on a Saturday in April, or if you need a pick-up, contact the church office.  Pick up a flyer and let others know!

 

Scrap Metal Drive

Saturdays, April 1

April 8   ~   April 15

April 22   ~   April 29

Timothy Lutheran Church

6704 Flyer Ave. (at Ivanhoe)

314-781-8673

Start SAVING and SPREADING THE WORD!!!

 

Materials we don’t accept:


  • Air Conditioners w/CFCs
  • Light Fixtures w/Ballast PCB
  • Steel Drums w/o certifications
  • Refrigerators w/o certifications
  • Capacitors
  • Batteries not separated with load
  • Dirt, Concrete, Trash, Wood
  • Material w/asbestos
  • Compressor Motors w/oil
  • Containers or tanks w/o holes & certificate
  • Radioactive material
  • Auto bodies containing:
    • Batteries
    • Engines w/oil
    • Gas takes w/o holes


Materials we accept:


A/C Condensers 
Appliances 
Appliance Cords
Auto Rims 
Auto Rotors & Drums 
Bakery Trays & Carts
Barrels
Metal Bed Frames &

     Head Boards
Bicycles
Brake Linings
Buckets 
Bullet Shells (empty) 
Bumpers 
Cabinets 
Canoes & Boats 
Cans 
Canisters 
Cars (with title)

Car Radiators & Batteries
Carbide Bits 
Carbide Shanks Cast

     Aluminum 
Catalytic Converters

Chairs & Furniture 
Chain Link Fence 
Chimney Pipe 
Chimes 
Computers Condensers & Radiators 
Condensers 
Copper Sheet

CRT

Crutches & Walkers
Doors (no glass)

Doorknobs
Doorknockers
Downspouts
Drill Bits

DVD players
Electric Motors Electrical Wires & Cords
Fan Blades
Farm Equipment
Faucets
Fence Pipe
Fenders, Hoods
Figurines
Fittings
Flag Poles
Frying Pans
Furniture-metal
Grills
Heater Cores
Hinges
Holiday Lights
Hubcaps
Ladders
Lamps & Light Fixtures

Laptops
Lawn Furniture
Lawnmowers (no fluid)
Lead Pipes/Wheel Weights

Light Ballasts

Litho Plate

Lockers
Metal Tables
Motor Housings
Musical Instruments
Nails

Ornamental Fencing

Outboard Motors
Ovens
Padlocks/Keys Pipes
Plates
Plumbing Pipes
Pot Belly Stoves
Posts
Pots & Pans
Radiators
Romex Wire
Roofing & Gutters
Screws, Nuts, Bolts
Serving Trays
Siding
Signs
Sinks
Steel
Swing Sets
Shocks
Shovels & Rakes 
Snow Blowers (no fluid)

Steel chairs & furniture

Telephone Cable 
Toys 
T-Posts 
Trailers (no tires) 
Transmissions 
Tubs 
T.V. Antennae 
Wagons 
Waffle Irons 
Windows (no glass) 
Window Blinds 
Window Weights


If it’s metal we will accept it!

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