Friday, April 26, 2013
St. Louis County Police said David Grossman took the photos sometime between Sept. 1, 2009 and Jan. 10, 2012.
A St. Louis County man is accused of taking obscene photos of a 15-year-old girl at a home in Chesterfield. David Grossman, 21, of the 11900 block of Moorland Manor Court in unincorporated St. Louis County just north of Creve Coeur, was charged Thursday with sexual exploitation of a minor. St. Louis County Police said Grossman took obscene photos of the girl between Sept. 1, 2009 and Jan. 10, 2012 in Chesterfield. The girl is 15 years old. Bond for Grossman was set at $30,000.
Monday, April 22, 2013
Bryan A. Hale was charged with second- and third-degree domestic assault.
A St. Louis County man is accused of attacking his girlfriend and zip-tying her to a kitchen chair. Bryan A. Hale, 39, of the 2000 block of King Arthur Court in St. Louis County, was charged April 11 with one count each of second-degree domestic assault and third-degree domestic assault. St. Louis County Police said Hale punched his girlfriend in the face at about 12:42 a.m. Jan. 1 at their home just north of Creve Coeur. Police said they also responded to the home Sept. 1, and that Hale used zip ties to bind her wrist to a kitchen chair. Police said when she freed herself, Hale punched her several times in the head, bit her, choked her and threw her against the kitchen wall and cabinets. Police said the woman was bruised and had a …
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Two of the break-ins were in unincorporated St. Louis between Creve Coeur and Maryland Heights. A third was in North County.
A man faces additional charges related to three St. Louis County burglaries, including two break-ins in unincorporated St. Louis County between Creve Coeur and Maryland Heights and another in North County. Anderson Stallings, 24, of the 10200 block of Canter Way in Overland, was charged Thursday with three counts of second-degree burglary and three counts of felony stealing. Stallings also was charged Feb. 9 with two counts of receiving stolen property in Maryland Heights. St. Louis County Police said Stallings committed the following actions: Stallings is being held in St. Louis County jail. Bail was set at $30,000. For more crime information on Creve Coeur Patch, see the following articles:
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Police do not believe the man on the run is still in a wooded area near CityPlace.
One suspect in a string of burglaries at Charter Place Apartments in St. Louis County just outside Creve Coeur is in custody, while another is still at large Wednesday. County Police said they arrived at the complex Tuesday to find two males leaving the scene of another burglary. A police spokesman said the pair are believed to be behind two Tuesday burglaries there and are suspected in three more which took place February 8. Officer Randy Vaughn told Patch Wednesday that authorities found 2 flat screen plasma TVs, 4 framed pictures and several silver bracelets in a car at the scene. When police checked the home of the suspect they brought in Tuesday they found more TVs and video gaming systems, Vaughn said. County Police, along Creve …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Three burglaries were reported in the Charter Place Apartment complex on February 8.
St. Louis County Police confirmed Tuesday that they are searching for a suspect possibly tied to a string of apartment burglaries in an unincorporated area of St. Louis County near Creve Coeur. Police spokesman Randy Vaughn said aurhorities received a call from Charter Place Apartments just after 1 p.m. from a resident who said he believed a pair of men in a red SUV who broke into the property last week "were back." There were burglaries in the area around the complex February 8. Officers responded and took one man into custody, and were using K-9 and air support units to track the second suspect in a wooded area near CityPlace. Vaughn said they did not believe the man was armed.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
A West St. Louis County mother spoke out this week about a dangerous new synthetic drug called N-Bomb that she believes nearly killed her 15-year-old daughter.
A Chesterfield mom is speaking out about a dangerous new synthetic drug that she said nearly took the life of her daughter during a party on New Year's Eve. St. Louis County police are also issuing a warning Tuesday about the hallucinogenic N-Bomb, a potent, LSD-like substance, which authorities say has been purchased by undercover detectives in the St. Louis Metro area. Carley Alves told Chesterfield's City Council she learned about N-Bomb after her 15-year-old daughter and Ursuline Academy freshman was brought home from the party in an incoherent state. "Every time she would open her eyes she would see bright lights, so she had to keep her eyes closed," Alves said. "Her perception of sound changed. She thought she was whispering, but …
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The session was considered prior to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.
Craig Elementary School will host a Community Safety meeting Tuesday evening in an effort to connect parents with law enforcement resources. The school has had a heightened concern with school safety this year. St. Louis County Police have had an increased presence in the area since November, when a man in a van tried to lure students into his vehicle The meeting was in the works prior to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, CT which left 26 people dead, including 20 children. "We're pulling the right people together," Principal Bill Senti said Tuesday, after hearing from parents who wanted to get more organized on safety issues but didn't know how to do it. He praised the efforts from County Police who have also been in …
Friday, December 14, 2012
The move comes in the wake of a deadly shooting rampage in Newtown, Connecticut which has left dozens dead at Sandy Hook Elementary School, many of them young children.
St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch announced via Twitter Friday afternoon that officers will provide extra patrols at elementary schools until further notice. "We hope our presence will calm fears," he tweeted. Those fears come in the wake of a deadly school shooting in Newtown, CT, friday where authorities say a man went to an elementary school and killed at least 26 people, including his mother, according to Newtown Patch. At least 18 children have been killed in the Newtown shooting, according to authorities. Update: 3:45 p.m. Friday: County Police spokesman Randy Vaughn told Patch Friday afternoon that the move makes elementary schools "a first priority" for patrols, and applies only to the areas in unincorporated St. Louis County…
Monday, November 12, 2012
St. Louis County Police are investigating the incident which took place Friday afternoon at Craig Elementary.
Officials at Parkway's Craig Elementary are notifying parents and child caregivers to an incident that took place Friday after school, reported Monday night by by KMOV-TV: Dear Parents and Caregivers, We are writing today to make you aware of an incident that occurred in the Craig Community last Friday afternoon. On Friday, November 9, at around 4:05PM, two Craig Elementary students (both 10 year old boys) were standing in front of a home in the 11900 block of Barkman when an older white male wearing a blue ball cap pulled up to them, opened the door to his grey Lexus SUV (tinted windows) and asked the boys to get in the car. The boys did not respond and the man drove away. The St. Louis County Crimes Against Persons Unit responded and is…
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Police will have additional staffing to ensure trick-or-treating goes off without a hitch.
The forecast for this Halloween day in Creve Coeur looks to be mostly clear with a chance of ghouls and goblins being greeted on doorsteps around the city. Enter Patch's Halloween Costume Contest! You could win $5,000 Authorities are warning you to follow some of the usual precautions. If you're driving, do it slowly because of the increased pedestrian traffic. The St. Louis County Police are also reminding parents to remind their kids to stay in groups, lighted areas, and to only approach homes with the front porch light on. In an email to Patch, Creve Coeur Police Lieutenant Jon Romas summed up his department's plan for the evening, which includes increased staffing: The additional patrol units will be focusing on neighborhood patrols …