Friday, August 10, 2012
Police said the two exchanged text messages over a three-month period.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Friday, August 10, 2012
A Belleville man faces several criminal charges after St. Louis County Police said he arranged meetings via text message and had sex with a 13-year-old in St. Louis County. Jason M. Monroe, 32 of Belleville, IL, was charged Tuesday with three counts of first-degree statutory rape, attempted enticement of a child, and misrepresenting his age to solicit a minor for sexual misconduct. St. Louis County Police said Monroe met with the 13-year-old three times in July and had sex with the 13-year-old. According to the report, Monroe texted the child on Aug. 6, stating they would “do the same stuff we did last time.” Police said the two exchanged text messages over a three-month period, and Monroe told the victim he was 23 years old when he …
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Check out the crimes Maryland Heights Police investigated Aug. 5-6.
Maryland Heights Police investigated several crimes on Aug. 5-6, including stolen vehicles. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty. Aug. 5 Aug. 6 Police arrested a subject for alleged DWI near the I-270 entrance ramp and Dorsett Road.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Plus, cops make DWI and trespassing arrests.
Maryland Heights Police investigated several crimes on Aug. 3-4, including alleged marijuana possession and gasoline theft. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty. Aug. 3 Aug. 4
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Serious crime in areas protected by St. Louis County Police Department personnel has decreased since last year in all categories but one. Police officers cover 400,000-plus residents of unincorporated areas and contract municipalities in St. Louis County.
Index crime statistics comparing the first six months of 2012 to 2011 in municipalities served by St. Louis County officers as well as unincorporated St. Louis County, show an overall reduction of 12.5 percent, according to a Wednesday news release from St. Louis County police officer Rick Eckhard. Eckhard stated violent crimes also dropped by 7.2 percent, in comparison to last year's figures. He said 12 homicides were reported in 2011 compared to two homicides this year, resulting in a decrease in murder of 83.3 percent. The release revealed reductions in many other public safety categories, such as: Motor vehicle theft increased by 3.7 percent, however, Eckhard said. St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch stated he was proud of the …
Friday, July 13, 2012
Check out the crimes Maryland Heights Police officers investigated on July 9 and 11.
Maryland Heights Police looked into several incidents on July 9 and 11, including alleged indecent exposure and marijuana possession. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty. July 9 July 11
Monday, July 9, 2012
A roundup of odd, unusual and head-scratching crime reports in and around the area.
Pure Evil Takes a Ride In Fenton, But it Was a Short One A woman reported to the sheriff's department that her 2009 custom motorcycle, called Pure Evil, was taken July 3-4 from her driveway on Frontier Trail, Fenton. She told a deputy from the Jfeferson Couny heriff's department that she later saw the motorcycle at the corner of Frontier Trail and Old Gravois Road and that the gas tank, right brake handle, seat and wiring had been damaged. She estimated the damage at $1,200. Deputies canvassed the area to locate possible witnesses, but none were found. Adult Movie Critic Steals Sex Toy After Clerk Denies Refund A Vinita Park man was charged recently with stealing a sex toy from a St. Charles adult video and novelty store. Thomas Charboneau…
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Plus, more alleged pot possessions found.
The Maryland Heights Police investigated alleged drug possessions, ID thefts and other crimes on June 25-26. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty. June 25 June 26
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Maryland Heights Police arrested a suspect for alleged methamphetamine possession with intent to sell on June 14.
Maryland Heights Police investigated several crimes on June 14 and 15, including alleged theft and DWIs. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty. June 14 June 15
Thursday, June 14, 2012
A roundup of odd and unusual crimes in the St. Louis area, including Creve Coeur and St. Charles.
Counter Attack at Police Station An intoxicated woman was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct May 30 after police said she became combative and climbed onto the front lobby counter at the Richmond Heights Police Department. It began earlier in the day when police responded to a report that someone was blowing a car horn repeatedly in the 1600 block of Bellevue Avenue, according to police. Upon investigation, they found the 25-year-old woman sitting in her car and talking to her boyfriend by phone. The car was turned off. Police brought her to the station to await her boyfriend. After her arrest, her boyfriend arrived and she was released to him. Be Careful if You Wear Your Friend's Pants A St. Louis County Police Department South …
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Plus, Maryland Heights Police investigate an alleged fraud incident on Millpark Drive.
The Maryland Heights Police investigated alleged fraud, a peace disturbance and DWIs on May 24 and 25. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty. May 24 May 25