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Deer, Dogs and Drugs Dot Police Reports

St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers handled the following incidents between Oct. 29-Nov. 4, including a liquor violation on Manchester were officer saw underage subject buying beer.

Following are recent incidences handled by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers:

Oct. 29:

An accident occurred on Missouri Route 109 at Taylor; no injury.

Another accident happened in the 16500 block of Manchester; no injury.

An accident developed on Missouri Route 100 at Taylor involving a deer; no injury to the driver.

Property was reported as destroyed on Westridge Oaks Drive where a large U-haul truck drove over common ground and was stuck in mud. It was reported three days later, but the person responsible for it is unknown.

Oct 30:

An accident happened on Missouri Route 109 at Shepard; no injury.

A second accident occurred on Missouri Route 100 at Pond involving a deer; no injury to the driver.

Oct. 31:

An accident happened on Fox Creek; no injury.

An open door on Grand Meridian Forest was investigated by police.

An accident involving a deer occurred on Missouri Route 100 at Pond; no injury to the driver.

An accident at Missouri Route 109 at Eatherton happened; no injury.

Nov. 1:

A warrant arrest was made during a traffic stop on Green Pines and Forest Leaf Parkway.

A Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) arrest was made on Missouri Route 100 and Hencken. Two people were given summons for liquor and drug violations.

An accident happened on Missouri Route 109 and Babler View; no injury.

Police responded to a call about a suspicious person on Manchester and Pierside; they found two people smoking marijuana. They also found in the people's possession marijuana and pills.

Police destroyed two injured deer on Crown Pointe Estates and Copperwood.

An accident happened on Clayton at Sundowner Ridge involving a deer; no injury to the driver.

Nov. 2:

A DWI arrest was made on Fullerton Meadows and Westglen Farms.

An accident on Missouri Route 100 at Westglen Farms involving deer occurred; no injury to the driver.

Larceny was reported on Vixen where a deer camera was stolen.

Nov. 3:

A liquor violation was cited on Manchester were an officer saw an underage person buying beer.

A DWI arrest was made on Manchester at Westglen Farms.

An accident on Missouri Route 100 at Pond involving deer; no injury to driver.

Police handled a report of a dog biting a neighbor on Keystone Trail Court; animal control staffers were notified.

An accident occurred on Shepard at Lindengrove; no injury.

Nov. 4:

An accident happened on Missouri Route 100 at Pond involving deer; no injury to the driver.

A man was taken to hospital for threatening to kill himself on Clayton Road.

An animal neglect summons was issued to owner of dogs on Suzanne Ridge.

Details provided in this article were provided by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers.

Charyl November 09, 2012 at 07:38 PM
Too many deer in Wildwood!
JOYCE COULTER November 10, 2012 at 10:35 AM
Too many humans in Wildwood!
Jim Brightstone November 10, 2012 at 01:30 PM
Start shooting the people, that will fix the problem.

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