On 8/28/17, at 16:00, a white male entered the home of an elderly resident

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

Southampton Residents,

On 8/28/17, at 16:00, a white male entered the home of an elderly resident at 7802 Wanda (Dist. 1)
 posing as a Laclede Gas employee. The suspect walked in through the rear door and announced that he was from the “Gas Company”. He advised the resident that he had just checked the outside meter and needed to check the meter in the basement. The suspect then walked to the victim’s bedroom. When the victim called her daughter on the phone the suspect got nervous and exited out the front door. The suspect is described as a white male, 20-30 yoa, 5’6-5’8, stocky build, short blonde hair, wearing a dark shirt and dark pants, and a lanyard around his neck with the word “Gas” on it.

Please pass this along to your elderly neighbors who may not receive my emails.


Thank you,

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Southampton Liaison Officer

District Two

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Joe Vaccaro
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st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Timothy Lutheran Church is selling tickets for the: September 8 Cardinals/Pirates game

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

Timothy Lutheran Church is selling tickets for the:

September 8 Cardinals/Pirates game

Cost per ticket is $20

Seats are in Sections 358 and 359

To pay for tickets and pick tickets up, contact the Church Office at

781-8673

The church office is located on the Ivanhoe side of the building. Call before stopping by to be sure there are still tickets available.  You may pay by cash or check.

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6227 hancock
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Crime bulletin

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

Residents,

On 8/28/17, at 16:00, a white male entered the home of an elderly resident at 7802 Wanda (Dist. 1)
 posing as a Laclede Gas employee. The suspect walked in through the rear door and announced that he was from the “Gas Company”. He advised the resident that he had just checked the outside meter and needed to check the meter in the basement. The suspect then walked to the victim’s bedroom. When the victim called her daughter on the phone the suspect got nervous and exited out the front door. The suspect is described as a white male, 20-30 yoa, 5’6-5’8, stocky build, short blonde hair, wearing a dark shirt and dark pants, and a lanyard around his neck with the word “Gas” on it. 

Please pass this along to your elderly neighbors who may not receive my emails.


Thank you,

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood Park Liaison Officer

District Two

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Crime Report for the Week of August 21st

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Northampton Crime Report for the Week of August 21st


8/21/17 @ 0938 (49xx block of Oleatha) Destruction of Property: Victim reported her husband came to the residence unannounced and attempted to enter the apartment. Victim advised him he could not enter at which time he broke out the glass screen door. Suspect was last seen traveling west on Oleatha. Subject placed as wanted for the incident.


8/22/17 @ 1414 (35xx block of S. Kingshighway) Larceny: Victim reported her rear window was smashed out of her vehicle. After reviewing her security camera she observed (3) b/m’s all wearing dark clothing looking into her vehicle. One then broke out the rear window. All three subjects were last observed walking north on Kingshighway. Victim reported nothing taken from her vehicle.


8/25/17 @ 2100 (49xx block of Parker) Robbery 1st: 
Victim returned home from shopping at IKEA. While she was unloading her trunk, Suspects approached and demanded her money. Victim complied and gave the suspects her wallet containing $20 cash and credit cards. The suspects walked away and fired three shots into the air. They entered the above awaiting vehicle last seen east on Parker. Victim was not injured. Three casings were located.

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Suspect (1):  B/M 17-22 6’0” Thin Build, Wearing Dark     
Hooded Sweatshirt Dark Pants “Skeleton Face” Bandana Armed with a Rifle

Suspect (2): B/M 17-22 5’9” Thin Build, Wearing Dark Hooded Sweatshirt Dark Pants Black Bandana Over Face


8/26/17 @ 0030 (50xx block of Miami) VMCSL/Arrest: Victim
 reported her live in boyfriend took her purse and ran out to the garage. She stated when she went to retrieve it he threw the purse at her and pushed an already set up table into her right leg. Upon speaking with the subject, officers observed a clear baggy of suspected narcotics on the table in the garage where he stays. Subject was arrested for VMCSL Possession and Individual Peace Disturbance.


8/27/17 @ 0800-1600 (50xx block of Mardel) Burglary 2nd: Victim reported
 
she left her apartment on the above dates and times when she returned she observed damage to the front door and a Xbox game console missing.


Lindenwood Park Crime Report for the Week of August 21st

 

8/20/17-8/21/17 @ 1315-0900 (66xx block of Hancock) Harassment: Victim reported that he’s been receiving multiple text messages from an ex-girlfriend who now resides in Seattle. The text’s were seized and a wanted was placed on the subject.
8/20/17-8/21/17 @ 2100-1000 (65xx block of Hancock) Larceny: Victim reported his lawn mower stolen from underneath his rear porch in his backyard.
8/25/17 @ 0115 (U-Gas) Peace Disturbance/ArrestOfficers arrested a subject 
for “General Peace Disturbance” after the subject was observed causing a disturbance at the location and yelling profanities.  
8/26/17 @ 1640 (60xx block of Hartford) Assault 2nd/Arrest
Victim stated her ex-boyfriend was physically keeping her inside her bedroom not allowing her to leave. He poked her with a folding knife, and pressed steel knuckles against her head. Victim was able to alert a neighbor, and Officers responded and were able to take the suspect into custody.


P.O. Vince Stehlin
Lindenwood Park Liaison Officer
District Two

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6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

23rd Ward Town Hall Meeting tonight

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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23rd Ward Town Hall Meeting

Featuring

Aldermanic President Lewis Reed

 

Topic:  Community Benefit Agreements

President Reed will explain what these agreements are and invite resident input on their use.

 

Date:        Tuesday, August 29

Time:        7:30pm

Place:       Timothy Lutheran Church Gym

                  6704 Fyler (corner of Fyler and Ivanhoe)

 

Parking:  Is available on the street and in the church lot on the southeast corner of Fyler and Ivanhoe

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st louis Missouri 63139
United States

23rd Ward Town Hall Meeting Featuring Aldermanic President Lewis Reed

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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23rd Ward Town Hall Meeting

Featuring

Aldermanic President Lewis Reed

 

Topic:  Community Benefit Agreements

President Reed will explain what these agreements are and invite resident input on their use.

 

Date:        Tuesday, August 29

Time:        7:30pm

Place:       Timothy Lutheran Church Gym

                  6704 Fyler (corner of Fyler and Ivanhoe)

 

Parking:  Is available on the street and in the church lot on the southeast corner of Fyler and Ivanhoe

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

roll carts that the trash collection schedule

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

The City of St. Louis Refuse Division would like to remind residents with roll carts that the trash collection schedule will be adjusted to accommodate Labor Day observance on Monday, September 4, 2017.

 

Residents who normally have their roll carts collected on Mondays and Thursdays, collection will be changed to Tuesday, September 5th  and Thursday, September 7th.

 

Residents who normally have their roll carts collected on Tuesdays and Fridays will receive collection on Wednesday, September 6th and Friday, September 8th.

 

The yard waste collection regularly scheduled for roll carts on Wednesday, September 6th is canceled due to the holiday.  Roll cart yard waste collection will resume on its regular schedule, Wednesday, September 13th. 

 

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For convenient reference see the Refuse Division website:  https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/street/refuse/refuse-collection.cfm
where residents can also find answers to questions about Remodeling and Renovation, Illegal Dumping, Bulky and B.O.A.T. Items (Batteries, Oil, Appliances, Tires), Yard Waste and Christmas Trees, and Recycling.  Also for hazardous waste, please check out our new program at:  http://www.hhwstl.com/ 

 

Anytime you need to request a City service, simply call the Citizens’ Service Bureau at 622-4800, tweet them at @stlcsb or submit requests online at www.stlouis-mo.gov/csb
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Burglary Squad arrested

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Lindenwood Court Advocacy Team,


In the Lindenwood Crime Report dated 8/7 there was an entry relative to a burglary in the 6500 block of Hancock. I am happy to announce there was an arrest as a result of some excellent work by the 2nd district burglary crew. I’m also sending this out to see if the court advocacy team would like to submit an Impact Statement on behalf of the neighborhood in order for our neighborhood to follow this case.


The subject is currently in custody at the St. Louis Justice Center and is being held on a $75,000 cash only bond.

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The Burglary Squad arrested  Kyeon Williams B/M 1/18/90, residing at 42xx Iowa, after he was identified as the suspect in multiple burglaries in Districts Two & One.  2nd district detectives obtained consent to search the residence and recovered property taken in (4) burglaries from District One (55xx Goethe, 47xx Alma, 4089 Alma, 66xx Alabama) and (3) burglaries from District Two (19xx Mitchell, 65xx Hancock, 42xx Wyoming).  Additionally, Williams was identified as the suspect who fled from officers after attempting to break into the residence at 41xx Tholozan on 8/14/17. Williams is on Parole for Burglary after serving (3) years and was released from the penitentiary (3) weeks ago.
Williams made an audio taped confession admitting to the crimes. For District Two crimes, Williams was charged with Burglary 1
st, (2) counts Burglary 2nd,
Attempt Burglary, Property Damage, (3) counts Felony Stealing, Resisting Arrest (F) and UUW (Felon in Possession)-as (3) guns were taken in the Mitchell burglary. 


Thank you,

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood Park Liaison Officer

District Two

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st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Crime Report for the Week of August 14th

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Southampton Crime Report for the Week of August 14th


8/15/17 @ 1405-1630 (54xx block of Bancroft) Larceny: The victim contacted this department to report that person(s) unknown stole a package from her front porch.  The package had been delivered by UPS.



8/15/17 @ 1830-2330 (54xx block of Winona) Larceny: Victim reported her rear license plate stolen from her vehicle while parked in front of the above location.



8/16/17 @ 1603 (Schnucks/HV) Larceny/Arrest: 
Loss prevention observed the subject selecting multiple items and putting it in the shopping cart she was pushing. Subject walked through the first set of vestibule doors and was stopped by security. Security escorted offender to the conference room and awaited the police. Suspect had Felony Stealing from City, 3 felony Stealing from Chesterfield, and multiple ordinance violations that she was also booked on.
 




8/16/17-8/17/17 @ 2100-0745 (56xx block of Lansdowne) Stolen Auto:  Victim reported person(s) unknown stole his scooter and lock and chain that was in the driveway, chained to a fence, at the herein listed location.






8/18/17 @ 1850 (49xx block of Winona) Peace Disturbance: Two neighbors have been having ongoing problems over parking, the argument led to one of them being pushed to the ground. Subject was issued a summons for the incident.






8/5/17-8/18/17 @ 0830-2050 (52xx block of Delor) Stealing: Victim reported he was contacted by one of his tenants and advised that the overhead garage door was open and appeared to be rummaged through. Victim responded and said a drum kit and several storage bins containing motorcycle parts were missing.

Northampton Crime Report for the Week of August 14th


8/16/17-8/17/17 @ 1800-1000 (36xx block of Lawn) Larceny: 
Victim reported person(s) unknown entered is vehicle and stole his tool bag containing his work tools, alpine head unit and subwoofer including the amp was missing. 




8/15/17-8/17/17 @ 2230-0815 (49xx block of Parker) Att. Stealing of a MV: Victim advised when he returned to his vehicle this morning he observed rear glass panel broken out and damage to his steering column and ignition. Stolen was the victim’s handicap hangtag.



8/15/17 @ 2330 (Walgreens) Larceny: 
While in the area for a call for a “Larceny That Just Occurred”, officers responded and detained the subject matching the given description of a subject that just stole items from Walgreen’s at Hampton and Chippewa.  The subject was in possession of the stolen items valued at $92.33 which were later retained by the store.  Subject was booked and charged for the incident.  



8/16/17-8/17/17 @ 1800-1730 (50xx block of Oleatha) Stolen Auto: Victim reported during the listed times, person(s) unknown stole his 1994 Jeep Cherokee from in front of this location.




8/18/17-8/18/17 @ 2000-1700 (34xx block of Lawn) Stealing of a MV:  Victim reported person(s) unknown stole his 1997 Honda Elite scooter from in front of his residence.


Lindenwood Park Crime Report for the Week of August 14th


8/14/17 @ 0800 (35xx block of McCausland) Fail to Return Borrowed Auto: Victim let his grandson borrow his car to help a friend move. His grandson never returned the vehicle and is not returning calls. Subject was entered as wanted and the vehicle entered as stolen



8/17/17 @ 1033 (64xx block of Chippewa) Larceny: 
Assistant Manager reported a black male wearing a blue shirt, blue short, with low hair cut, entered the AT&T store, walked over to their display wall, which houses their headphones and yanked a box from the stand.  The unknown black male then exited the store, got onto a bicycle an left the scene. The unknown male was last seen traveling towards Chippewa.



8/18/17 @ 2030 (70xx block of Tholozan) Domestic Assault/Stealing: 
Suspect and victim have been dating for approximately 6 months. Victim attempted to end relationship and was assaulted by suspect who struck her in the face repeatedly as well as biting her on the right wrist. Suspect also took $200.00 in cash and her Michael Coors shoes. Wanted was placed on the subject for the incident. 

8/21/17 @ 0045 (39xx block of Berger) Attempt Burglary: The victim was inside her residence, asleep on the couch, when she was awakened by the sound of someone opening the rear window of her residence. She responded to the window and observed an undescribed suspect run eastbound through her backyard, towards the rear alley. The screen on the aforementioned window was misaligned and partially raised. K-9 responded but was unable to obtain a track.

 

P.O. Vince Stehlin
Lindenwood Park Liaison Officer
District Two

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home that was broken into on Hancock

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23rd Ward Alderman
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I’m happy to say that I received a phone call from one of the home that was broken into on Hancock in the past couple of weeks. The good news is they caught the guy who was doing this and apparently he had broken in eight or nine homes throughout the area. It’s my understanding that they have video and the people on Hancock were able to get some of their stuff just not all of it. 

I was also told that he’s just recently been released from prison about approximately a couple of months ago.

The one thing I can promise you is that I along with a group from Lindenwood and Tilles Will be at any bond reduction hearing as well as his sentencing hearing to make sure his next trip to prison is a long one

We can’t out run crime but I can tell you our neighborhood won’t tolerate it and they will show up when criminals are caught

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