$30,000 of Jewelry, Revolver, iPads Stolen: Wildwood Police Log
POLICE LOG Feb. 25-March 3: During the last week, Wildwood precinct police also handled a case of fraud and another case of identity theft. Drug paraphernalia also was found.
Following are recent incidences handled by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers:
An accident happened on Missouri Route 109 and Highway BA; no injuries resulted.
A lost or stolen wallet, which was last seen at the Schnucks on Manchester Road, was reported.
A vehicle was damaged with a object on Nantucket Meadows.
A burglary was reported on Hencken Valley Estates Drive, with a forced entry gained through a rear door. Police indicated numerous items of jewelry were taken, which are valued at $30,000.
An accident occurred on Old State and Lakeshore Meadows; the driver was arrested on the suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).
An accident happened on Missouri Route 100 at Pond; no injuries reported.
At a traffic stop on Westglen Farms and Green Pines, police found the driver with drug paraphernalia and issued a summons.
Fraud was reported on Lewis Springs Road for which someone used the residents' information to open an account.
An accident happened on Strecker and Church; no injuries reported.
An accident occurred on Missouri Route 100 at Taylor; no injuries reported.
Someone left the scene of an accident on the parking lot at Plaza and Eastgate.
An accident happened on Clayton and Gunnison Gorge; no injuries resulted.
An accident occurred at Babler View and Missouri Route 109; no injuries resulted.
Identify theft was reported on Meadow Hawk for which someone tried to open an account with residents' information.
An accident occurred on Ridge road. There were no injuries, but the driver was arrested on four outstanding warrants.
After a traffic stop on Clayton and Black Forest, a passenger was given a summons for a drug violation.
An accident happened on Sullivan Pointe. The driver hit a parked car, and then was arrested on the suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). A passenger also was arrested as a minor in possession of alcohol.
A burglary was reported on Vixen Drive. A burglar broke out a window, and stole two iPads, a cell phone and a revolver, valued at $2,000.
An accident occurred on Forest Leaf Parkway and Winter Leaf; no injury resulted.
Details provided in this article were provided by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers. They do not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made.
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