Each week, University City Patch features a look at reports from the University City Police Department.
Here is a look at the blotter from the week of Dec. 31 to Jan. 6, 2013.
The department arrested 57 adults and two juveniles. There were three auto thefts, five burglaries, one robbery and one report of shots fired.Report Location Date Incident Disposition 12-41684 65xx Avalon Ave. Dec. 30-31
Officers discovered an open door while conducting a building check on the vacant property. There appeared to be damage to the door.13-119 67xx Corbitt Ave. Jan. 1-2
Officers responded to notify a victim of a recovered stolen auto found by St. Louis City PD. The victim was not aware his vehicle had been stolen at the time of the recovery.13-224 63xx Barmer Ave. Jan. 2-3
The reporting party stated person(s) unknown stole an unsecured vehicle from the back of a transport truck. The vehicle's keys were in the glove box. The vehicle is described as a 2002 Buick Rendezvous.
The vehicle was later recovered by St. Louis City PD.13-230 67xx Julian Ave. Jan. 3
The reporting party stated person(s) unknown stole her running, unlocked vehicle from her driveway. The vehicle is described as a 2000 Pontiac Bonneville.13-450 65xx Etzel Ave. Jan. 5
Officers responded and discovered an insecure door as well as a pried security gate. It appeared that copper was stolen.13-482 1000 Roth Ave. Jan. 5
Shots fired reported. Officers found spent shell casings but no victims or property damage.13-57 70xx Maryland Ave. Dec. 31
The reporting party stated person(s) unknown unlawfully entered his residence through balcony door. Interviewed man who did repair work at residence.12-41689 11xx Partridge Ave. Dec. 31
The reporting party stated person(s) unknown forced entry into residence.13-246 72xx Olive Blvd. Jan. 3
The victim stated he was robbed by a male subject known to him.
The male suspect was arrested for Robbery.12-41728 85xx Old Bonhomme Road Dec. 24-31
The reporting party stated person(s) unknown forced entry into her residence and stole numerous items while she was out of town for the holidays.
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