Police Weekly Incident Report: June 25 – July 1
On Tuesday night between 10:30 pm and Wednesday at 1:00 am, three vehicles had windows broken out: two on Arundel and one on the 6300 block of N. Rosebury. There were also several reports of unlocked vehicles entered in the Skinker Heights and Hillcrest neighborhoods. Some of the vehicles had property missing. The suspects continued their crime spree that morning into St. Louis City, but were eventually arrested off Oakland Ave. by the St. Louis City Police Department.
On Wednesday at 1:10 pm, a witness reported a suspicious male subject looking into vehicles at a parking lot in Shaw Park. The subject was located by officers and found to have a fugitive warrant for felony domestic assault. He was arrested for the fugitive warrant. No property was reported missing from vehicles in the parking lot.
On Wednesday at 11:00 pm, Clayton officers stopped a suspect who had just stolen 7 packages of condoms from the Richmond Heights Schnucks. He was trying to get away on yellow ofo bike when the officers stopped him on the 6500 block of San Bonita. He also had a felony stealing warrant for his arrest.
On Thursday at 1:00 am, a male suspect stole a 12 pack of Red Bull from Walgreens. The suspect was able to get away on an ofo bike. On Thursday at 2:00 am, a traffic stop of the 6600 block of Clayton Rd. resulted in a DWI arrest.
On Friday at 11:25 pm, a traffic stop at Clayton Rd and Westwood resulted in a DWI arrest.
On Saturday at 8:15 pm, a child with special needs wandered away from home and came onto the Fontbonne Campus. Officers were able to help reunite the child with his parents. The child’s parents have since entered their child into the new Clayton PD Special Needs Registry: https://www.claytonmo.gov/government/police/special-needs-registry
On Sunday at 1:40 am, a traffic stop on northbound I-170 resulted in a DWI arrest.
On Sunday between 5:00 am and 8:30 am, a bike was stolen from the 600 block of S. Brentwood.
During this reporting period, the Clayton PD responded to 543 calls for service, including 19 motor vehicle accidents and 35 calls to assist the Fire Department. Lt. Mark Smith (314) 290-8406 email@example.com