Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Police Log: Two laptops were stolen. Three assaults were investigated last week by Wildwood police officers, plus more accidents and trespassing occurred.
St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers responded to the following developments between Sept. 17-23: A laptop was taken from an unlocked vehicle on Ridge Bend on Sept. 17. Police were called to an assault investigation on Maple Crossing on Sept. 18. A traffic stop involved an arrest for a drug violation and stolen property from another agency on Sept. 19. Police were called to another assault investigation on Lakeshore Terrace on Sept. 19. Property located on Manchester Road was destroyed on Sept. 19. On the same date, more property was destroyed on Wellington View. Property also was destroyed on Sept. 21 on Shadowridge. Four people were found trespassing on the Rock Hollow Trail—also known as Zombie Road—who …
Friday, September 14, 2012
Police Log: More accidents and trespassing occurred last week in Wildwood, and another stolen ring.
St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers responded to the following developments between Sept. 3 to Sept. 9: Three adults were issued summonses for trespassing on the Rock Hollow Trail after hours on Sept. 3. This trail is fondly known as Zombie Road. Police checked a suspicious driver of a vehicle on Sept. 6 on Waterside, and the occupant was arrested on an outstanding warrant. An attempted larceny on Waterside happened on Sept. 8 when someone cut a lock on a trailer. Nothing was taken at this time, however. A suspect driving while intoxicated arrest was made on Manchester at Pierside on Sept. 8. A larceny report was taken of a stolen ring on Carriage View on Sept. 7. More accidents included:
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Based on current Wildwood police reports, the number of citations issued for trespassing is on the rise and making a splash. Some larcenies resulted along with the trespassing. And don't total the car if you're going to steal it.
Trespassing on Wildwood property, particularly in the city's parks, appears to have been an increasing problem this month, based on reports from St. Louis County Police Department—Wildwood (6th) Precinct. Wildwood Police Capt. Kenneth Williams said a pattern arose when residents tried to use or hide in the parks after dark. Closing times for Wildwood's parks typically is a half-hour after sunset. Authorities said the parks have on-site warning signs. Police said after some destruction of property recently occurred, patrols around the city's park ramped up. As reported in Eureka-Wildwood Patch on Nov. 8, 2010, a new after-hours policy was established to dissuade people from going on Rock Hollow Trail after dark. The consequence for being …