Saturday, May 18, 2013
The following cases were reported by Creve Coeur Police for the week of May 5-11.
May 11 A motorcycle reported as stolen on April 25 was recovered in the city of St. Louis. May 7 May 6 Police arrested a suspect in connection with multiple thefts from vehicles which took place in August 2012. The suspect is accused of stealing more than $500. May 5 Police are investigating "internal theft" from Coldstone Creamery. Police have not specified what was stolen.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Creve Coeur Police say Andrew Wos, of Eureka is also responsible for trying to set two other cars ablaze at Covenant Seminary.
The St. Louis County Proesecuting Attorney's office has charged a former South African missionary in connection with four counts related to car fires on the Missouri Baptist University and Covenant Seminary campuses earlier this month. Andrew Wos, 24, of Eureka, was charged Tuesday with four felony counts of Knowingly Burning Or Exploding, and was scheduled for arraignment in St. Louis County Court Wednesday morning. Authorities responded to a pair of car fires on the Missouri Baptist University campus May 1 and a few hours later were called nearby to Covenant Seminary, where they found vegetation stuck in the gas well of two cars which had not ignited. Three days later, Missouri Baptist University officials announced that a suspect had …
Saturday, May 4, 2013
A statement released by the school Saturday said increased security measures have been in place since Wednesday in Creve Coeur.
While Creve Coeur Police say no arrest has been made, a spokesman for Missouri Baptist University said Saturday that the person believed to be responsible for a pair of car fires early Wednesday morning on campus has been identified and that the person was a student there. "MBU is committed to the safety of its students and employees and worked closely with local authorities in the days following the incident to assist with the investigation and to ensure our community remained safe,” University spokesman Bryce Chapman said in a statement. The incident happened just hours after graduation ceremonies were held off-campus. Chapman's statement said there were more patrol officers on duty overnight and more surveilance measures in place after …
Friday, May 3, 2013
A look at the most recent activity report from Creve Coeur Police.
April 25 Aprl 24 April 23 Someone stole a package of cigarettes and a pair of lottery tickets from the Mobile Mart.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
A look at some of the criminal activity reported by Creve Coeur Police.
April 23 April 26 April 27 A vehicle's windshield was broken out on the 1100 block Rue La Chelle Walk.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
The following cases were reported by Creve Coeur Police between April 14-20.
April 19 Police say a person was arrested for attempting to obtain a controlled substance from CVS Pharmacy. April 18 April 17 April 16 Three feet of copper tubing from a sprinkler system from 11630 Studt Ave. April 15 April 14 A satellite TV receiver was stolen from a vehicle parked at Applebees.
Sunday, April 14, 2013
The Creve Coeur Police department provided information about criminal activity and investigations from April 1 to April 6.
April 6 April 3 April 1 Someone drove off without paying for $111 in gas from the Petromart at 767 New Ballas Road. During the time period for this report, nine people reported being the victim of identity theft, with out of state purchases made from their bank accounts
Thursday, April 11, 2013
The most recent incident took place at the Courtyard Marriott.
For the fourth time in a few months, Creve Couer Police are investigating a case of indecent exposure. The department says the most recent case was reported April 6 at the Courtyard Marriott on Olive Boulevard. Police will only say that it happened inside the hotel. Police previously reported that a man exposed himself at Peters Marketing Research on March 20 and have not made an arrest. Authorities did arrest a man in connection with two alleged exposure incidents in February.
Monday, April 8, 2013
The following cases were among those investigated by Creve Coeur Police between March 24-March 30.
Creve Coeur Police report that during the week, a total of 20 people came forward to claim they were victims of identity theft, with out of state charges showing up in their bank accounts. A police spokesman said it was too early in the investigation to say they were all tied to the recent security breach reported at Schnucks grocery stores. March 30 A Nikon Coolpix camera was reported missing from Creve Coeur Camera. March 29 March 27 Police arrested a subject at Once Upon A Child for being in possession of stolen property. Authorities say the person was trying to sell a baby monitor.
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Creve Coeur authorities say "solicitors without permits are suspicious."
Creve Coeur Police last month arrested a door-to-door soliticitor on the 100 block of Ladue Pines Drive, and released the person with a summons. The department is putting out the word to residents to remind them about their rights when it comes to dealing with soliticitors. The following was included in a "crime prevention" email blast released last month: Solicitors without permits are considered suspicious people. The Creve Coeur Police Department requests that all suspicious people be reported by either calling 9-1-1 or dispatch at 314-737-4600. Some questions you may be asked when you call the police: o Location of Solicitor o Your name and address o If the suspicious person is leaving- ? Where are they going? ? How are they …