Bring unwanted, unused or expired medications to the Creve Coeur Police Department Saturday.
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Friday, April 26, 2013
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
A Creve Coeur Police department roundup of criminal activity between April 9 and April 13.
The following narratives were provided by the Creve Coeur Police Department 4/09/12 Missing person report. A 64 year-old man left home early in the morning and had not returned. Located later that evening by the Missouri State Highway Patrol near Warrenton. Stealing report taken in 10000 blk. of Chalet Court. 20 pieces of silver found missing. Turned over to investigations. 4/10/12 Cash was stolen from the petty cash lock box at 450 N. New Ballas Rd. Ste 266, Midwest Hemorrhoid Center, between 1710 hours yesterday and 0750 hours today. Door was pried with a screwdriver like tool. Report of child abuse occurred in 1100 blk. Rue La Chelle Walk. 11 year old male was struck repeatedly by his step father. The suspect was arrested and …
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Officers were recognized for their work handling a variety of protest groups which have targeted corporations based in the city.
The Creve Coeur Police Department held the city's quarterly recognition ceremony late last month at the Creve Coeur Government Center, handing out meritorious certificates as well as the department's Officer of the Quarter Award. Officer of the Quarter: Detective Nicole Bible was recognized for her work on a forgery case which she began investigating August 12, 2011. Chief Glenn Eidman said Detective Bible arrested the suspect March 10, 2012 and gained a full confession and a 33 count indictment in the case. The following staff were also recognized with promotions: Check Out More Photos From The Ceremony On Facebook Certificates Of Recognition (Narrative provided by Creve Coeur Police) On Tuesday November 15, 2011 at 7:55 a.m. Creve Coeur…
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Monday's public hearing was called off when nobody showed up.
Evaluators representing a national organization looking to bestow the stamp of accreditation on the Creve Coeur Police department will leave town Tuesday, having had the chance to hear from residents and eyeball the department up close. The city has been working on achieving Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., or CALEA certification since 2009, by updating policies and procedures to meet industry standards. A public hearing, part of the in-person visit by evaluators from police departments in Michigan and Texas, ended without comment Monday night when no one from the public appeared. Daniel Shaw, Chief of Police for Norton Shores, Michigan, one of those in town for the evaluation, told members of the Creve Coeur…
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Police conducted a DWI checkpoint, investigated a theft from a pharmacy and recovered stolen cars within the last two weeks.
The following information on investigations was provided by the Creve Coeur Police Department. August 29, 2011: A Creve Coeur resident reported that someone had used his credit card to make online purchases of nearly $1200. Police are still investigating. September 2, 2011: Police conducted a sobriety checkpoint at the intersection of Center Parkway and Olive Blvd. Four subjects were arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated. One subject was charged with Driving While Intoxicated-Persistent Offender. September 3, 2011: Police were called to investigate a theft from a pharmacy located in the 11400 block of Olive Blvd. Sharness Allen was arrested and charged with stealing controlled narcotics. Police say Allen worked for a company …
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
local manpower and money to help tornado recovery.
As the nation's eyes focus on tornado damage in Joplin, three members of the Creve Coeur Fire Protection District are spending their first full day in the devastated city for a 48 hour deployment. The trio, which includes a fire captain and two firefighter/paramedics, are part of a team consisting of firefighters from St. Louis County. The team was activated Monday afternoon and met up with other fire and rescue crews at Six Flags before departing for Joplin. It was unclear late Monday exactly what the specific role would be once they arrived, or if that deployment would be extended. Also late Monday, Patch learned that some of the proceeds from a charity golf tournament held last week by the police departments in Creve Coeur and Town and …