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Weird Crime: After Leaving Swingers' Party, Man Returns to Argue

A roundup of recent unusual and odd crimes in the St. Louis area.

Phone Security More Successful Than Store Security

Someone broke a window to successfully get into a Wireless Vision/T-Mobile store Aug. 29 on Lindbergh Boulevard in Mehlville, but they couldn't defeat the security device used to secure a Samsung Galaxy SII phone that was the object of the attempted theft.

Pulling Up Plants and Spreading Syrup

Someone damaged a home on Chesterfield Manor Drive in Chesterfield by uprooting several plants and pouring maple syrup on the front porch and a vehicle parked in the driveway.

Would-Be Swinger Grabs Kids' Swing Set

A man who was walking to his house Sept. 2 on Creek Drive, Fenton, noticed a man walking across the street carrying the speakers from inside his house. As it turns out, the man also had removed a kids' swing set from the homeowner's yard and placed it in his vehicle. Both the speakers and the swing set were recovered by sheriff's deputies and returned to the homeowner. The suspect was located across the street and arrested.

After Ejection From Swingers' Party, He Comes Back to Argue About It

A man who was kicked out of a swingers' party Aug. 26 at Stratford, route: {:controller=>"listings", :action=>"show", :id=>"stratford-inn"} -->

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