Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The five men, who got into a physical altercation on the parking lot of the Arnold business, were taken into custody for third-degree assault, police say.
Five men were arrested for third-degree assault recently at St. Louis Sports Zone at 22 Arnold Park Mall. Around 10:15 p.m. on Saturday, May 4 Arnold police received a call abut a physical disturbance on the parking lot of the business. A 22-year-old Arnold man, a 32-year-old Imperial man, a 26-year-old Barnhart man, a 23-year-old French Village man and a 25-year-old Cadet man were taken into custody. Four of the men were released on summons. The 22-year-old Arnold man was transported to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office on an outstanding warrant.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Two Arnold men were arrested at the house in the 1800 block of Engle Dr.
An active meth lab was found at a house in the 1800 block of Engle Dr. in Arnold Arnold police responded to the home with officers from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department's MEG Unit on Monday, April 30, according to an incident report from the Arnold Police Department. Officers found the lab during their investigation. Sheriff's deputies arrested a 39-year-old man and a 45-year-old man - both of Arnold. The case is being investigated by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Join Arnold Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Fox School District Superintendent Dianne Critchlow says she believes one student, who is struggling, was responsible for both incidents.
A second teacher assault has been reported at Rockport Heights Elementary School. On Tuesday April 30, an 11-year-old boy assaulted his teacher while in class according to an incident report from the Arnold Police Department. The student was taken to the police station by the school resource officer, where he was turned over to a juvenile officer. The first assault happened on Wednesday, April 10, according to another police incident report. The teacher told police she was assaulted by a 10-year-old boy at school. The juvenile was taken into custody and later released to his parents. The case was then forwarded to the Juvenile Division. Join Arnold Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter. Fox Superintendent Dianne…
Friday, April 26, 2013
Locations around the St. Louis area, including Arnold, will be collecting and destroying potentially dangerous, expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs on Saturday.
The sixth annual, national drug take-back day will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27, with local officers partnering with Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) officials to execute this initiative locally. Organizers said the overall goal is to prevent unused prescription medication from becoming available for abuse and to keep unused prescription medication out of the nation's water supply. In the five previous Take-Back events, DEA and state, local, and tribal law enforcement partners have collected more than 2 million pounds (1,018 tons) of prescription medications were removed from circulation. To find a complete list of nearby drop-off locations, click here.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Patch readers wonder if new red light cameras are being installed on Hwy 141 at the entrance to Arnold Crossroads.
The busy intersections around Hwy 141 in Arnold are already cluttered with power lines, traffic lights and numerous street signs, so don't feel bad if you haven't noticed that the number of cameras pointing at intersections has increased lately. One Patch reader asked us to look into a couple of cameras that have sprouted up at the intersection of Hwy 141 and Arnold Crossroads, just east of Jeffco Blvd. The intersection is currently being improved due to the construction of a new CVS. The reader was concerned that Arnold was installing more of those notorious “red light” cameras. A call to the Arnold Police department confirmed that the new cameras belong to the Missouri Department of Transportation, which owns and maintains Hwy 141, a …
Monday, September 10, 2012
The 20-month-old child died after being badly beaten. Her father has been charged with the incident.
The mother and family of a slain 20-month old child have set up a memorial fund at the US Bank in Fenton, Fox2News reports. Aliyah McFarland died Sept. 3 at Cardinal Glennon Hospital after she was badly beaten the day before. Her father, Jamell Johnson, 21, has been charged with first-degree assault, child abuse and child endangerment. Arnold police said Johnson admitted to shaking, squeezing and spanking his daughter. He is being held on a $100,000 cash bond. The family released this statement after setting up the memorial fund: “The day Aliyah was born I knew God had given me a gift. I was blessed to be the mother of such a beautiful girl. Anyone that came in contact with her couldn’t help but to love her, in my eyes she was perfect. My …
Monday, September 3, 2012
The Jefferson County prosecutors have charged a 21-year-old man in connection with the injuries to the child.
Update 11:45 a.m. with new information about the child's death and charges issued to Jamell Johnson. A 21-year-old Arnold man has been charged with child abuse and endangering the welfare of his 18-month-old daughter, who later died, according to local news reports. News reports said Jamell Johnson had been charged in connection with the injuries to the child. FOX-2 said Arnold police were continuing the investigtation into the case after Jefferson County prosecutors filed charges. The child, Aliyah McFarland, died Monday afternoon, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported on Tuesday. The child had previously been on life support at Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center, KMOV-Ch. 4 reported. In a report on its website, KSDK-Ch. 5 quoted …
Friday, August 10, 2012
Shoppers are doing a double take this weekend when they find an Arnold patrol car in the produce section of Shop N Save.
Monday, March 5, 2012
But the complaints will never be eliminated, says Arnold Police Chief Robert Shockey.
There are fewer calls asking for Arnold police officers to handle complaints at the Value Place hotel at 888 Arnold Commons. Arnold City Hall and police almost closed the Arnold location of the Kansas-based hotel-chain, in April 2011, due to numerous drug-related charges at occurred at Arnold hotel during a two-year period. But those calls will never be eliminated said Arnold Police Cheif Robert Shockey in response to a question from Ward 1 Councilman Doris Borgelt during the city council meeting at Arnold City Hall, at 2101 Jeffco Blvd., on Thursday on March 1. "The number of calls about Value Place is comparable to calls about other hotels in Arnold," Shockey said. Hotel managers, guests or residents call police to complain about too …
Sunday, March 4, 2012
Also, a man overdoses on heroin while his 4-year-old daughter is in the room.
The Arnold Police Department and the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department provided the following information. None of it indicates a conviction or guilty plea. Feb. 26 GPS, Radar Detector Stolen—The owner of a Chevy Suburban reported his GPS unit and radar detector, a total value of $250, missing from the SUV while it was parked overnight at 888 Arnold Commons Dr., the address for Value Place hotel. TV Thieves Caught—Walmart store security, at 2201 Michigan Ave., saw a man steal a 46-inch TV worth about $1,050 and leave the parking area in a gray 1997 Ford Explorer at about 4 p.m. St. Louis County police stopped the SUV at another Walmart store on Telegraph Road at 5:30 p.m. and arrested two Bonne Terre, MO, men ages 22 and 24 years old. …