Here are the highlights from the St. Louis Police Department’s complaint log from June 15-21. Thanks to Police Chief Richard J. Ramereiz Jr. for the following information.
A 62-year-old St. Louis resident was assaulted by an 83-year-old St. Louis resident on Monday, June 15. The suspect was arrested and lodged at the Gratiot County Jail.
Dogs at large
A 56-year-old St. Louis resident in the 100 block of Olive reported on Monday, June 15, that two dogs are frequently running around loose. The dog owner was contacted and told that a city ordinance forbids dogs running around loose. The dogs owner was also informed he or she could be cited if the dogs continue to run around loose.
A 60-year-old St. Louis resident reported the theft of a men’s bicycle on Tuesday, June 15. The bicycle was left unsecured in the victim’s yard. The bicycle was later found three blocks away in the yard of a 49-year-old St. Louis resident and returned to the owner.
Homeless medical emergency
A 34-year-old homeless person suffered a seizure at Michigan Avenue and Collison Way on Wednesday, June 17. The patient was transported to the hospital for medical evaluation.
Dog at large
A 41-year-old St. Louis resident in the 200 block of S. East Street called police to say his or her dog got loose and was running around somewhere. The canine was located and returned to the owner.
A 57-year-old Alma resident was arrested for drunk driving and driving with a suspended license after being reported as a suspicious person on Sunday, June 21. The suspect was also in possession of a stolen license plate. The suspect was lodged at the Gratiot County Jail.