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Graffiti Vandals Tag Pedestrian Bridge

Police Log: Another suicide attempt resulted in a missing person search last week in Wildwood, and police also handled drug violations. An iPhone was stolen at a Wildwood school.

St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers responded to the following developments between Sept. 10-13:

Police were called about a suicidal person on Green Pines on Sept. 10, and the person could not be located. A missing person report was made, but the person later was found and transported to a local hospital.

There was an accident, with no injuries, on Old State and Old State Spur on Sept. 10.

A summons was issued for a drug violation on a car stop at Westglen and Thunderhead Canyon on Sept. 10.

A summons was issued for a drug violation on a car stop at Manchester and Missouri Route 100 on Sept. 11.

Graffiti was found on the pedestrian bridge over Missouri Route 100 on Sept. 11.

An iPhone was stolen at Lafayette High School on Clayton Road during Sept. 11.

A summons was issued for a drug violation on a car stop at Missouri Route 109 and Manchester on Sept. 11.

An accident, with no injuries, occurred on Missouri Route 109 at Hidden Forest Drive on Sept. 11.

Another accident, wtih no injuries, happened on Missouri Route 109 and Shepard on Sept. 11.

At a traffic stop at Missouri Route 100 and Melrose, an officer found the driver wanted by another jurisdiction and later charged with a drug violation on Sept. 11.

A summons was issued for a drug violation on a car stop at Missouri Route 100 and Taylor on Sept. 13.

An attempted burglary occurred at a residence on Westonridge Court on Sept. 13.

A missing person was reported from a house on Lafayette Trails on Sept. 13; the person was found.

One of the most notable crimes of last week occurred when a Wildwood woman was robbed in her own garage. See Eureka-Wildwood Patch coverage:

Wildwood Woman Robbed at Gunpoint at Stroke of Midnight

UPDATE: Wildwood Woman's Robbers Still At-Large

Information about the incidences in this article was provided by the St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct.

 

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