Pregnant Pacific Woman Abandoned at Stovall's Grove Saloon
POLICE LOG Nov. 12-17: In addition to more weekly accidents, St. Louis County Police (6th) Precinct officers handled drug violations and a domestic assault.
Following are recent incidences handled by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers:
$400 was reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Bartizan Drive.
A woman called police for help from Stovalls Grove saloon and dance hall located off Missouri Route 100, stating she was homeless, hungry, thirsty and pregnant. She was taken to a local hospital.
An accident involving deer happened on Missouri Route 109 at Westhampton Woods, but resulted in no human injury.
Another accident involving deer occurred with no human injury on Clayton at Black Canyon.
Police handled a domestic violence assault on Carriage View where at a woman stabbed her boyfriend in his head with a steak knife, as reported on Eureka-Wildwood Patch.
A traffic stop on Taylor and Main led to police finding the driver with a drug violation.
An accident occurred with no injury on Old State Road at St. James Place.
A warrant arrest was made on a traffic stop on Missouri Routes 109 and 100.
An accident with no injury happened on Missouri Route 109 and Clayton.
An accident on the parking lot of 2645 Generations Drive, which is the St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, resulted in injury.
An accident with no injury occurred at Missouri Route 100 at Manchester Road.
No notable developments happened to report.
A drug Violation was found on a traffic stop at Fullerton Meadows and Maple Crossing.
An accident involving deer happened on Strecker at Wycliffe Place Drive; no human injury.
A drug violation was discovered on a traffic stop at Manchester and Pierside, as well as a warrant arrest.
Police processed a report about a German Shepherd dog running loose on Rathbun Hills Drive.
An accident occurred on Missouri Route 100 and Highway T; no injury.
Details provided in this article were provided by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers.