U City Police Blotter: Robberies, Auto Theft

Incidents from the week of July 30 to Aug. 5.

Each week, University City Patch features a look at reports from the .

Here is a look at the blotter from the week of July 30 to Aug. 5.

The department arrested 51 adults and six juveniles.  There were two auto thefts and three burglaries.

Report Address Date Incident Disposition 12-25926 6940 Olive Blvd. Aug. 4

An employee of exited the store with a deposit bag when a black male in his late 30s, approached and demanded belongings. The victim threw the deposit bag at the suspect, who took the bag and fled from the area.

12-25241 6665 Kingsbury Ave. July 31

Person(s) unknown gained entry into the victim's residence by tampering with a window. The suspect(s) stole a jewelry box.

Suspect apprehended in burglary believed to be suspect.

12-26004 345 Westgate Ave. Aug. 5

The victim stated he observed a black male steal his vehicle, which was parked on the street. The victim stated as the suspect drove away, a dark colored SUV drove away at the same time. The victim's vehicle is described as a red 2003 Cadillac CTS.

12-25527 7247 Northmoor Driv July 31

Person(s) unknown stole the victim's vehicle.

The vehicle, a 2004 Toyota Matrix, was recovered in St. Louis City.

12-25680 7052 Kingsbury Ave. Aug. 2

The victim stated she exited her residence to call police when a subject rang her doorbell and then walked to the side yard. As officers arrived to the scene, the subject exited the victim's residence. The subject gained entry through a basement window.

The suspect, a 26 year old white male, was arrested for Burglary with items recovered.

12-26000 887 Longacre Drive Aug. 4

The victim stated person(s) unknown gained entry into her apartment by forcing open a door. The suspect(s) stole various electronics.

gerry clarke August 23, 2012 at 04:56 AM
Disturbing reports, citizens and police need to be more observant. Police need to catch these guys.


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