Domestic Assaults, Burglaries Top Reported Crimes
POLICE LOG Oct. 22-28: More people were found trespassing on Zombie Road in Wildwood, while someone turned themselves in. Drug violations were discovered, and beer was stolen from a gas station/convenience store.
Following are recent incidences handled by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers:
An accident occurred on Shepard at Shepard Oaks; no injury.
An accident involving a deer happened on Clayton at McBride Pointe; no injury to the people involved.
A person turned himself in at the Wildwood Precinct station for leaving a scene of an accident.
Police checked on an open door on Cove Landing.
A resident turned in a cell phone found in a yard on Hunters Crest Drive.
An accident happened on Missouri Route 109 at Rockwood Forest Ridge; no injury.
An accident with injuries occurred on Missouri Route 109 at Persimmons.
Police were called to a domestic assault situation on Lakefield Place; a person was arrested.
Police were called to another domestic assault case on Sandalwood Creek; another person was arrested.
Items valued at $3,000 were stolen during a burglary on Pine Bend. Burglar(s) forced their way into the home.
An accident with injury happened on Missouri Route 109 at Bent Ridge.
A bogus check was written to a business; now warrants are being sought on the person who passed a bad check.
An iPhone was stolen from a vehicle on Pine Bend.
An accident with injury happened on Old State and Lake Country; a deer was hit.
An accident occurred on Missouri Route 109 and Shepard; no injury.
People were found past curfew at the Rock Hollow Trail, commonly known as Zombie Road.
Five people were found trespassing on the Rock Hollow Trail (Zombie Road); summonses were issued.
Police were called to investigate a suspicious vehicle on Westclub Terrace, which resulted in people being issued summonses for drug violations.
An accident developed on Turnberry Place and Berry Hollow Ct.; no injury.
An accident happened on Fox Mountain and Fox Hollow Circle; no injury.
An accident occurred with a minor injury on Missouri Route 109 at Rockwood Forest Valley.
Beer was stolen from the BP Station at 2400 Hwy. 109. A video of the person thought to have taken the beer is being investigated.
An accident occurred on Missouri Route 109 and Angelica Woods; no injury.
An accident occurred at Pond and Portland Cove, but a driver left the scene; the person later was identified and arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.
Police assisted with a house Fire on Bucks Creek, which was reported previously in Eureka-Wildwood Patch.
An accident involving a deer happened on Missouri Route 109 and Babler Park; no injury.
An accident occurred on Shepard at Lindengrove; no injury.
An accident happened on Missouri Route 109 and Babler Park; no injury.
Accident no injury involving a deer on Hwy. 109 and Lafayette Trails.
Driving While Intoxicated arrest made on Manchester and Maple
Accident no injury involving a deer on Manchester.
Accident no injury on Manchester at Pierside.
Details provided in this article were provided by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers.
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