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Cop Calls

Here are the highlights from the St. Louis Police Department’s complaint log from Feb. 6 to 11. Thanks to Police Chief Richard J. Ramereiz Jr. for the following information.

Counterfeit money

The St. Louis Police Department received two complaints of counterfeit money on Monday, Feb. 11. The first complaint was brought to the police department after a 57-year-old St. Louis man cashed in a winning lotto ticket at a gas station and realized one of the bills he received was suspicious. The second complaint was reported after an employee of a different gas station discovered a suspected counterfeit bill while doing business. Police notified the US Secret Service, which will investigate the complaint. 

 Property Damage Accident

A vehicle driven by a 23-year-old Alma resident slid through the intersection of Enterprise Drive and Woodside Drive in the St. Louis Industrial Park and struck a light pole on Wednesday, Feb. 6. No injuries were reported. The light pole was damaged and will be replaced.

Suspended License

A 31-year-old Sanford man was arrested for driving on a suspended license after being stopped for a burned-out headlight at Main and Hazel at 6:50 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6.

Property Damage Accident

St. Louis Police investigated a traffic crash in Alma involving a City of Alma vehicle. This is done per an agreement between Alma and St. Louis whenever a city-owned vehicle is involved in a traffic crash. In this case, a 47-year-old Harrison man attempted to turn at the intersection of Republic and Superior and slid into an Alma city vehicle that was stopped at the intersection.

Malicious Destruction of Property

The rear window of a vehicle owned by a 44-year-old St. Louis resident was found broken out on Saturday, Feb. 9. It is unknown what caused the damage. Nothing was reported missing from the vehicle.

Criminal Sexual Conduct

A CSC complaint was reported to the St. Louis Police Department at 12:35 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 10. This matter is under investigation. That is all the information that Chief Ramereiz will release.

Hit and Run Accident

A 60-year-old St. Louis resident reported the accident at 1:28 p.m. Monday, Feb. 11. A suspect has been identified, and the matter is being referred to the Gratiot County prosecutor for criminal charges. 

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