Here are the highlights from the St. Louis Police Department’s complaint log from Saturday, Dec. 22, through Wednesday, Dec. 26. Thanks to Police Chief Richard J. Ramereiz Jr. for the following information.
Breaking & Entering
Two break-in attempts were discovered the morning of Saturday, Dec. 22, at Sweet Rickedy Redos and Blue Moon Boutiques in downtown St. Louis. The attempt at Blue Moon was successful. A window beside the east door was broken with glass scattered on the carpet inside. The owner told this reporter that knives were taken. The break-in was discovered by a customer of Extreme Fitness, said Chief Ramereiz. Evidence was collected and will be sent to the crime lab for analysis.
Meanwhile, at Sweet Rickedy Redos, the store owner arrived on the morning of Dec. 22, found damage on on the door and called police. No entry was gained. Chief Ramereiz believes the two incident are related.
Attempted theft of car
A property owner on South Euclid Street found two juveniles attempting to start a car on the property on Saturday, Dec. 22. The juveniles were taken into custody and released to their parents. The complaint has been turned over to the Gratiot County prosecutor for criminal charges.
A minor assault between two adult females was reported on Saturday, Dec. 22. The alleged assault stemmed from a child custody issue. The complaint was turned over to the Gratiot County Prosecutor for criminal charges.
Possible Criminal Sexual Conduct
There are two items in the complaint log for the same address on Tuesday, Dec. 25. One is a child custody issue over children’s property and parenting time. The other is possible criminal sexual conduct involving a minor child. This incident is under investigation.
Potential drug bust
A vehicle was stopped for an equipment violation on Wednesday, Dec. 26. Drug paraphernalia and an unknown substance that is believed to be illegal drugs were discovered. The substances will be sent to the crime lab for analysis. If the substances are determined to be illegal, the incident will be forwarded to the Gratiot County prosecutor for criminal charges.