Here are the highlights from the St. Louis Police Department’s complaint log from May 14-20. Thanks to Police Chief Richard J. Ramereiz Jr. for the following information.
A 59-year-old Roscommon man was arrested for drunk driving after being stopped for speeding at Cheeseman and Countryside on Tuesday, May 14.
No driver’s license
A 27-year-old Wheeler man was arrested for not having a driver’s license after being stopped for a disobeying a red light at M-46 and Main Street on Thursday, May 16.
Dog at large
A dog was reported to be loose in the 500 block of Eden Street on Thursday, May 16. The owner was unaware that the dog had been let outside by a child.
A barking dog was reported in the area of West State Street and Michigan Avenue on Thursday, May 16. The owner was contacted and the issue resolved.
Cash was found on a sidewalk in St. Louis and turned over to the St. Louis Police Department. If the cash is not claimed within 30 days, it will be released to the person who turned it in. If you believe this is your cash, contact the St. Louis Police Department to describe where it was lost, the amount and the denomination of the money found.
A driver’s license was found in a business parking lot. The owner was contacted and the license returned.
St. Louis police handled the report on Monday, May 20, after a deer ran into the side of an Alma police cruiser on Wright Avenue. Minor damage was done to the patrol car.