CRIMES & HAPPENINGS REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 10TH

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

LINDENWOOD PARK CRIMES & HAPPENINGS REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 10TH  
 
 
 
    (1)
 
Incident: Larceny 
 
Neighborhood: Lindenwood Park
 
Location: 69xx Arthur
 
Date: 2/10/14 
 
Time: 1210
 
Summary: Victim stated at the listed time a w/m (20-24, 6’0 180 lbs, brown hair, army fatigue pants) stole her Radio Flyer sled from her front yard. Victim stated the suspect entered a red SUV and drove off. 


Information Update: On 2/12/14 at 2330 District Two Officers received information that suspect Jason H. (w/m, 18) was at 69xx Pernod and currently wanted for Robbery 2nd from Richmond Heights. Upon the officers arriving, Jason H. fled out a rear door and was not located. A computer check of a second subject at the residence (Ryan S) who was visiting the residence revealed him to also be wanted for Robbery 2nd from Richmond Heights. He was taken into custody.


(2)
 
Incident: DWI 
 
Neighborhood: Lindenwood Park
 
Location: Hampton/Fyler
 
Date: 2/15/14 
 
Time: 1030
 
Summary:District Officers received a call for an accident. The driver of vehicle #1., Timothy R. , spoke with slurred speech and had constricted pupils. He stated he had (3) beers while watching the hockey game at Joey B.’s. He was placed under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated. He was transported to the Patrol Support Division where he submitted to an BAC test.


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


Incident: Larceny 
 
Neighborhood: Southampton
 
Location: Hampton Village Plaza, Club Fitness
 
Date: 2/10/14 
 
Time: 0900-1000
 
Summary: 
Victim stated on the indicated dates and times, he placed his items inside a locker for safe-keeping while visiting the listed location.  Victim stated upon returning to the locker to retrieve his items, he discovered his tote bag containing his wallet with $130.00 clothing and other personal items were missing. Victim also stated it was possible he did not properly secure the lock onto the locker. 



 

 

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
St-Louis Missouri 63139
United States

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