U City Police Blotter: Air Conditioner Stolen

University City Police incidents from the week of Oct. 29 to Nov. 4.

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 Oct. 29 to Nov. 4.

The department arrested 50 adults and two juveniles. There were four burglaries and one motor vehicle theft.

Report Address Date Incident Disposition 12-35921 7320 Forsyth Blvd. Nov. 3

The reporting party stated an unknown black male subject attempted to steal his wallet. Suspect fled in a maroon pickup truck with dark tinted windows. Nothing was stolen.

12-35500 886 Lionsgate Drive. Oct. 30

Unknown person(s) forced the front door and removed a piece of electronics.*

12-35639 733 Old Bonhomme Road Oct. 28

The reporting party stated person(s) unknown had unlawfully entered his residence by removing an air conditioning unit from a window.*

12-35850 8719 W. Kingsbury Ave. Nov. 2

The reporting party stated person(s) unknown forcibly entered the residence by cutting a screen and lifting up a northwest window. The only item taken was recovered next door in a trashcan.*

12-35843 8733 W. Kingsbury Ave. Nov. 2

The reporting party stated person(s) unknown forced entry into her residence and stole several items.*

12-36004 1170 Briscoe Place Nov. 4

The reporting party stated person(s) unknown had stolen her truck, a 2005 Ford F150.

*Indicates no security system.

Nora December 07, 2012 at 05:19 AM
If you're going to present these reports as if they include all crimes reported in UCity during a given time frame, could you at least include ALL crimes? I just learned of a burglary in UCity that occurred during this time period that does not appear on this list. This is the second time in the last month that I've learned of a home invasion in UCity that does not appear on your listing. If you're not reporting ALL crimes, whether because there are too many to list or UCity doesn't want to release all of them, please do your readers the courtesy of making that clear.


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