Family Disturbances, Snow Tubing Trespassers: Wildwood Police Log
POLICE LOG Feb. 18-24: During the last week, Wildwood precinct police also handled more alcohol and drug violations—and a deer left the scene of an accident alive this time.
Following are recent incidences handled by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers:
After a disturbance between father and son on Westglen Farms, the son was taken to an area hospital for mental evaluation.
An accident happened on Missouri Route 109 at Clayton; no injury resulted.
Police were called to an open basement door on Mission Bay; the house was secured by a Wildwood officer.
An accident, with minor injury, occurred on the parking lot at Hidden Valley Ski Resort.
Police officers had no notable activity to report.
An officer responded to the complaint of a dog that someone reported as creating a nuisance by attacking a person walking their dog on Westridge Oaks.
A disturbance between a stepfather and son turned into a physical altercation on Green Pines. The son was taken into custody. Another person on the scene was issued a summons for a drug violation.
An accident developed on Westglen Farms and Missouri Route 100; no injury resulted.
A liquor violation was found at a gas station where a person used a fake driver’s license to obtain beer; the person was issued a summons.
An accident happened on the parking lot at 2460 Taylor; no injury resulted.
An accident occurred on Alt at Wren Meadows; no injury resulted.
During a traffic stop on Missouri Route 109 and Alt, police found persons with marijuana; citations were issued.
Liquor and drug violations were found when police checked on a suspicious vehicle on Radcliffe Place; summonses were issued.
Ten subjects found snow tubing behind a vehicle on commonground in the area of Highland Valley and Wildridge were issued summonses for trespassing.
An accident happened at Missouri Routes 109 and 100 involved a deer. The deer ran from the scene. No human injuries were reported.
A traffic stop on Nantucket Meadows found a person in possession of marijuana; a summons was issued.
An accident occurred on Hidden Valley Drive; no injury resulted.
Police were called to a disturbance between a boyfriend and girlfriend on Fullerton Meadows.
Larceny was reported on Hidden Valley Ski Resort’s parking lot through which an iPad was stolen from a bus.
An accident occurred at Manchester and Pierside; 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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