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Police Weekly Incident Report: May 20 – 26

Publish Date:05/27/2019 7:15 AM

On Tuesday at 11:51 pm, an officer on patrol located an abandoned Jeep Liberty near the intersection of Francis and Clayton Rd.  A record check of the VIN revealed that it was reported stolen in St. Louis City a week earlier.  The vehicle was towed from the scene.

On Wednesday at 4:00 am, an officer found several unlocked vehicles that were rummaged through on the 6400 block of Alamo.  One of the vehicle owners reported a laptop computer missing.  Nothing of value was reported missing from the other vehicles.

On Friday at 10:40 pm, a traffic stop at Forsyth and Bemiston resulted in the driver being issued a summons for possession of marijuana. 

On Saturday at 2:41 pm, a juvenile was taken into custody for fighting on a Metro bus with another male subject at the Clayton Metro Transit Center at S. Meramec and Shaw Park Dr.

On Saturday at 9:00 pm, five young women paid for their IHOP bill with a counterfeit $100 bill.  They left the restaurant before the waitress realized the bill was fake. 

On Sunday at 1:00 pm, a witness observed an adult male urinating in public at S. Central Ave and Forsyth.  The male subject then exposed himself and taunted the witness.  The male suspect was located by officers and arrested.  He was found to be in possession of a crack pipe, so he received an additional booking charge. 

Case follow-up: On the April 22nd Incident Report, we reported that three female suspects took a cell phone out of the hand of a female victim walking near Langton and Colmar in the Clayshire neighborhood.  The three suspects also shoplifted from CVS.  Clayton detectives have arrested all three suspects. They were booked on the charges of felony stealing for the cell phone and misdemeanor stealing for the food items at CVS. 

During this reporting period, the Clayton PD responded to 495 calls for service, including 17 motor vehicle accidents and 30 calls to assist the fire department. 

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