Month in Crime: December Crime Review in Eureka and Wildwood
Here are our top emergency and crime stories in December for Eureka and Wildwood.
Frank L. Zerjav, a local tax adviser, pled guilty to submitting false tax returns for three years, evading approximately $183,000.
Eureka police released the results of their six-day crackdown on impaired drivers in the area. One traffic ticket was issued for Drinking While Intoxicated.
A man was arrested for exposing himself after he struck a moving vehicle with a can of soda on Interstate 44.
Two teenagers from Wildwood were accused of throwing a landscaping brick through a car window on Castle Pines Drive in Ballwin, and stealing a radar detector.
A Wildwood man harassed a Chesterfield woman by following her, calling her and sending her emails, violating a protection order taken out against him.
A local couple was charged in an armed robery. The man walked into Eagle Bank, located in the 4600 block of Highway MM in House Springs on Nov. 7, indicating he had a weapon and demanded money from a bank teller.