• Damage was reported to a key box Jan. 4 at a business in the 12200 block of Manchester Road.
• A driver reportedly left the scene of an auto accident Jan. 7 in the 13300 block of Manchester Road.
• A suspect stole a package off a porch Jan. 7 in the 11700 block of Devonshire Avenue. The suspect was located and taken into custody, and released on a summons.
• Credit cards and $100 cash were reported lost or stolen at 7-Eleven, 1193 Colonnade, on Jan. 7.
• A burglary was reported Jan. 9 in the 800 block of Ballas Road. The victim told police she believes someone is illegally occupying her residence.
• An open door was reported Jan. 10 in the 800 block of North Ballas Road. Someone entered the home, which is being rehabbed, and stole a microwave oven from the garage. There were no signs of forced entry. The suspect is the victim’s son, police said.
• During the week of Jan. 4-10, police responded to 15 vehicle accidents and reported 16 alarms/sick cases/assists to the fire/EMS department.
• During the week of Jan. 4-10 at West County Center, five thefts were reported and two suspects were taken into custody.
• The owner of the mini-strip mall at 10088-92 Manchester Road complained Jan. 9 of illegally parked vehicles, which made it difficult for employees and patrons to park. Police contacted the owners, employees of a nearby business, who moved their vehicles.
• On Jan. 9, a resident of Cambridge Court reported the loss or theft of the license plate tabs from his vehicle sometime during the past week, possibly while it was parked at St. Louis Lambert International Airport.
• A resident of the 700 block of Fuhrmann Terrace reported receiving additional harassing voice mails from an acquaintance Jan. 10 and 12. Police continue to investigate.
• Police responded to or located numerous stranded and/or abandoned vehicles along North Berry Road during the evening of Jan. 11 due to the snowstorm.
• Representatives of the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) reported at 4:05 p.m. on Jan. 12 that private plowing crews for Dierbergs, 9901 Manchester Road, were plowing snow from the parking lot into the westbound lanes of Manchester Road (a state-maintained roadway) and leaving it for MoDOT to clear, a violation of state law. The private crews refused MoDOT’s request to clear the roadway. The private plow drivers were gone prior to officers’ arrival. Police contacted the plow company, which responded and cleared the roadway of snow. Police provided traffic control.
• At 3:49 p.m. on Jan. 13, police responded to a family disturbance in the 700 block of Fuhrmann Terrace. Police arrested a 49-year-old Woodson Terrace woman and charged her with trespassing, resisting arrest, failure to comply, and probation violation.
• A vehicle reported stolen from Clinton County, Illinois, was recovered Jan. 8 on a parking lot at 1212 S. Kirkwood Road.
• An Oakland resident on Fortune Lane reported fraudulent activity on her credit cards Jan. 12.
• At approximately 1:15 a.m. on Jan. 13, officers responded to a business alarm in the 1200 block of South Kirkwood Road. They found a broken window and evidence to support unlawful entry into the store. While investigating the burglary, officers observed a suspicious vehicle and investigated. The vehicle was reported stolen from St. Louis County. The occupants were arrested and charged with tampering. The case will be presented to the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s office for consideration.
• During the week of Jan. 7-13, three shoplifting cases were reported and investigated from businesses in the 1000-1200 block of South Kirkwood Road.
• Also during the week of Jan. 7-13, along with regular calls for service and traffic enforcement, police responded to 24 residential/business alarms and 24 motor vehicle accidents and assisted the fire/EMS department on 47 calls.
• Neighbors in the 700 block of North Rock Hill Road reported a man who appeared to be intoxicated yelling for no apparent reason Jan. 3. When police arrived, no one was in the area and it was quiet.
• A drug violation was reported Jan. 4 at a service station in the 9400 block of Manchester Road. When police arrived, there was no one fitting the description of the suspect in the area.
• A former employee at a restaurant in the 9500 block of Manchester Road attempted to start a confrontation with other employees Jan. 6, but was stopped by police and told to leave. The ex-employee complied.
• A resident in the area of Alden and Blue Bell lanes reported Jan. 8 his vehicle was struck by another and the driver left the scene. Police were able to locate the other driver, and the case was resolved.
• A restaurant manager in the 9800 block of Manchester Road notified police Jan. 9 of a patron who consumed three straight shots of alcohol and then left with a baby in the vehicle. Police were unable to locate the subject.
• A 37-year-old man was arrested Jan. 7 for shoplifting from Walmart, 7437 Watson Road.
• License plates were reported stolen Jan. 8 from a vehicle in the 100 block of St. Charles Place.
• Officers responded to a report of a person begging for money and becoming aggressive Jan. 8 in the 7200 block of Watson Road. The subject was arrested for failing to comply and resisting arrest.
• A 28-year-old man was arrested Jan. 8 for shoplifting and trespassing from Walmart, 7437 Watson Road.
• A vehicle was reported stolen Jan. 8 from the 7700 block of Suffolk Avenue. The vehicle was later recovered in St. Louis city.
• A vehicle was reported stolen Jan. 8 from the 7600 block of Arlington Avenue.
• A suspicious vehicle check in the 7000 block of Nottingham Avenue Jan. 10 led to the arrest of a 27-year-old man for fugitive charges and resisting arrest.
• An attempted burglary was reported Jan. 14 at a business in the 7300 block of Watson Road.
• At about 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 8, a suspect stole five bottles of alcohol from a store in the 9900 block of Manchester Road. The loss prevention officer was able to get the stolen merchandise back but the suspect got away. The suspect is described as a black male, last seen driving eastbound on Manchester in a purple/blue Dodge pickup truck with Missouri license plate 0YA-E34. Anyone who has seen this vehicle is asked to contact their local police department.
• A resident of the 1300 block of Webster Forest Court reported a fraud Jan. 7. The victim said sometime in November 2018 he was in the process of selling his timeshare investment property located in Arkansas and was contacted by the suspect, who claimed to be interested in purchasing the property on behalf of a company. The suspect instructed the victim to wire-transfer funds to two separate banks for tax purposes. The victim transferred $16,737 to the suspect and has not heard back in weeks.
• A shoplifting was reported from Schnucks, 8650 Big Bend Blvd. The manager said at 11:47 a.m. on Jan. 1, a white female with long black hair wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black pants and tan boots stole nine cans of Enfamil Infant Formula.
• On Jan. 8, a lost/stolen firearm was reported in the 800 block of Marshall Avenue. The owner had not seen the firearm in months and was unsure if it was misplaced or stolen.
• A theft was reported at 8:58 p.m. on Jan 7 at a restaurant in the 8600 block of Watson Road. The manager told police a black male subject wearing a black shirt and blue jeans, a white male subject wearing a red shirt and blue jeans, a white female subject wearing a black shirt and black pants, and three children left without paying for $52 worth of food. The suspects were last seen leaving the area in an older dark blue or black Ford Escape.
• During the week of Jan. 7-13, police responded to 517 calls for service, 45 auto accidents, 11 alarms and assisted the fire department 37 times.