Officers are looking for a man in his mid-20s to early 30s with brownish-blond hair who stole a display phone from T-Mobile on Wednesday.
Friday, March 8, 2013
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Officers are looking for a man in his mid-20s to early 30s with brownish-blond hair who stole a display iPhone from T-Mobile on Wednesday.
Arnold police are seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect who stole an iPhone at T-Mobile at 1264 Michigan Ave. Wednesday night. The man walked into the store around 5:36 and began browsing phones, said Det. Danny Gierer. After a short conversation with one of the emplyees, the man cut the security device from a display phone and ran out of the front door. The man is described as being in his mid-20s to early 30s. He is about 5-foot, 10-inches tall, weighs around 200 pounds and has brownish-blond hair. He was wearing glasses, a striped polo shirt, jeans and a dark coat. Anyone with information on the suspect's identity is urged to call the Arnold Detective Bureau at 636-282-2384.
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Numerous big ticket items, including TVs, a motorcycle, curio cabinets, tool boxes and more, were reported stolen from a storage shed on Old Highway 21.
Numerous items were reported stolen from a storage shed a facility on Old Highway 21 on Dec. 19, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. The items included: three flat screen TVs, a king-sized mattress, two curio cabinets; five or six tool boxes; several battery operated Dewalt tools; eight to 10 boxes of Harley parts; two traffic stop lights; a 1970 Harley Davidson FLH; and several boxes of motorcycle parts. A witness told police he saw a man moving items from the storage shed to a black pickup truck. He was able to provide police with the license number of the truck. Deputies seized two padlocks and are continuing to investigate.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Police said the owner tracked the truck to a parking lot and confronted the men, who drove off as he was hanging onto the truck's door handle.
A 28-year-old Arnold man was indicted by a St. Louis County grand jury Dec. 5 for dragging the owner of a stolen truck. Anthony Passiglia was charged with second-degree assault and vehicle theft. He is being held at the St. Louis County jail on $25,000 bond. St. Louis County prosecutors said Passiglia and Nicholas Doane, 19, of the first block of Wampler in Arnold, stole Doane’s father’s truck on Oct. 5. Doane’s father used a cell phone app to track the truck to a Kohl’s department store parking lot in Crestwood, where he confronted the two men and demanded his truck back. Passiglia jumped in the truck and began driving off as the owner was holding onto the door handle, and the victim fell and broke his leg, according to a Crestwood Police…
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Almost $7,000 was reported stolen after a woman invited family members over to her Barnhart home after her husband's funeral.
Almost $7,000 was reported stolen after a Barnhart woman invited family members over to her house after her husband's funeral on Nov. 10. The victim told officers with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department that she noticed several items missing after family members left her home on Meadowbrook Drive. Among the items were $600 in cash and several pieces of jewelry, including a man's gold wedding band. The woman said she had received a call from her niece who told her who had taken the money and jewelry. Police tried to make contact with the individual to no avail.
Monday, November 19, 2012
A man enlisted the help of a "so-called" friend to move. But the woman loaded up more than $1,300 in the man's belongings, which never made it to his new home.
A man who enlisted help in moving into a new home Oct. 22 on River Road in Fenton ended up as a victim of a theft as one of his helpers drove off in his car with numerous of his personal items, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. After loading up his personal items and arriving at the new residence, a woman helper drove off in the man's car that was filled with personal items. valued at $1,339. The man was able to reach the woman by phone, asking her to return with his vehicle and the other items. She reportedly returned some of the belongings and the car but she left again and would not answer any subsequent phone calls. Still missing are a 40 caliber Sigma semi-automatic handgun, a Dell Streak 7 compact computer …
Monday, August 6, 2012
Rebecca Woods was charged with stealing $7,875 from the PTO last summer.
Rebecca Woods of Barnhart was accused of writing eight checks last year and forging the signatures of other board members, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She cashed six of the checks for herself. Today, Wood pleaded guilty to four counts of forgery and two counts of theft. She is scheduled for sentencing in October. Antonia Elementary is a school in the Fox District located in Imperial at 3901 State Road M. She had also changed the PTO's bank account address to redirect statements to her house, according to a report from KSDK. Antonia Elementary School Principal Mark Rudanovich contacted police after discovering that his signature had been forged on checks that Woods wrote to herself.
Friday, August 3, 2012
A new ordinance in Arnold will give police more time to track and recover stolen goods.
Pawn shops and gold buyers in Arnold will now be required to hold gold, silver and any other precious jewelry they buy for at least 15 days before selling or melting it, according to a new ordinance passed by the city council Thursday night. The ordinance also requires stores to copy the drivers license of customers selling precious metals and jewelry,take a photo of the item being purchased, and write up a receipt. The stores will need to keep this information on file for at least a year. Chief of Police Robert Shockey said that pawn shops will be "getting a break" as they were still operating under an older ordinance that required them to hold items for 30 days. The 15 day holding period would level the playing field between businesses…
Monday, April 30, 2012
The suspect also faces charges in 15 other burglaries.
An Arnold man was charged Wednesday with two South County burglaries. St. Louis County Police said that Daniel Schulze, 35, burglarized a home in the 5000 block of Sherborne Drive in South County on Feb. 14 and stole jewelry valued at $8,365. Police also said in the report that he burglarized a home in the 4400 block of Sunhill Feb. 15 and stole jewelry valued at $2,900. The report stated that they have photos of Schulze selling the stolen jewelry. Schulze faces two counts each of burglary and stealing in the incidents. Bond was set at $25,000. He also faces charges related to eight other burglaries in St. Louis County, four burglaries in Creve Coeur and three burglaries in Des Peres.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Also, Borders bookstores in Chesterfield and Ballwin are closing and Arnold residents discuss the red light camera ban.
Chesterfield Borders Will Close by End of April: The Borders in Chesterfield Mall will close as part of the company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy reoganization. The store will continue to recognize gift cards and its rewards program. Pet-Saving Technology Comes to Kitty’s Rescue: A family cat is expected to make a full recovery following a basement fire thanks to oxygen mask kits recently donated to the the Webster Groves Fire Department in memory of city employee Steve Sawers. Police Arrest Two Suspects in Connection With Copper Thefts: Police say the suspects entered vacant Brentwood and Sunset Hills homes over the past several weeks and stole copper pipes from inside. Every home had a "For Sale" sign in the yard. The suspects also stole …