Police: Remington Shotgun Among Items Stolen From Arnold Homes
The following information was supplied by the Arnold Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
The following incidents were among those reported by the Arnold Police Department between Aug. 20 to 22. For questions about this report, email associate regional editor Ryan Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, August 20
Stealing — A digital camera and GPS were reported stolen overnight from an unlocked vehicle on Bender Lane.
Property damage — Four bushes were reported damaged at the Jefferson County Library Arnold Branch.
Stealing — At 2:44 p.m., a 26-year-old Fenton woman was arrested from Walmart on suspicion of stealing a $20 bag of dog food.
Burglary — A Remington 870 shotgun was reported stolen from a home on Timothy Drive. The victim said someone broke into his home through a screen window sometime that morning or afternoon.
Leash law — At 7:01 p.m., a victim's dog was reportedly attacked after another dog on Hannah Way broke free of its leash.
Tuesday, August 21
Property damage — Twelve vehicles were hit with property damage and theft at an Arnold auto repair shop. More information is available in a previous Patch article.
Drug possession — Two teenage boys—one 15 and the other 16—were reportedly in possession of cigarettes and marijuana while skipping school on Dudler Drive. Juvenile authorities were notified and both boys were released to parents.
Robbery — A 46-year-old Arnold man was arrested in connection with a gas station robbery. More information is available in a previous Patch article.
Wednesday, August 22
Stealing — Personal checks and GPS were among the items reported stolen overnight from an unlocked vehicle on Fenwick Place.
Stealing — A silver 1999 Oldsmobile Alero was reported stolen overnight from Debra Lane.
Stealing — An employee of Advantage Sales and Marketing reported that his personal pocket computer was stolen while he was setting up a display at Walmart.
Stealing — About $1 in change was reported stolen overnight from an unlocked vehicle on Fenwick Place.
Trespassing — While staying in his camper parked in a Fenwick Place driveway, a victim reported waking up overnight to a man entering his camper. The suspect ran away when the victim woke up.