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Crime: Person Runs Out Payless with Shoes, Burglar Steals $5

Assaults top Tuesday's Police Blotter with very few instances of other crimes, but there are some rare cases.

Here are a few of the crimes that have occurred in the throughout the past two weeks. Hazelwood Patch attained the accounts from the .

May 7

Trespassing: Two people were arrested after trespassing on private property in the 5300 block of Knoll Creek Drive.

Drug Possession: A person was arrested after being found in possession of marijuana in the 8700 block of Pershall Road.

Drug Possession: A suspicious vehicle check revealed a juvenile in possession of controlled substance in the 30 block of Teson Garden Walk. He was taken into custody.

Third-Degree Domestic: An arrest warrant has been issued for a man that assaulted his girlfriend in the 4900 block of Spring Forest Lane.

Third-Degree Domestic Assault: A woman was arrested for assaulting her boyfriend in the 7700 block of Hazelcrest Drive.

Drug Possession: A traffic stop at the I-270 exit at North Lindbergh Boulevard resulted in the driver being arrested for possession of controlled substance.

Third-Degree Assault: Two were juveniles fighting in the 350 block of Chapel Ridge Drive. Police took one teen into custody.

Third-Degree Domestic Assault: An arrest warrant has been issued for a man that assaulted his girlfriend in the 7300 block of Normandie Court.

Domestic Assault: An arrest warrant has been issued for a man that assaulted his girlfriend in the 7300 block of North Hanley Road.

May 8

Property Damage: A rear windshield was shattered on a person's vehicle in the 300 block of Chalmette Drive.

Property Damage/Stealing: A person's vehicle was broken into in the 5700 block of Campus Parkway. The driver’s window was shattered and several items were taken.

Stealing: Three pairs of shoes were stolen from . The vehicle license plate obtained and the investigation is ongoing.

Second-Degree Burglary: A burglar took medicines and $5  from a home in the 700 block of Riderwood Drive.

Ashley May 29, 2012 at 02:30 PM
You break into a house to steal $5. Really? Sounds like the resident may have just misplaced it, lol.
Candace Jarrett May 29, 2012 at 10:12 PM
It is kind of hard to believe someone would risk jail for $5, but since they also took prescription pills, it makes me think they may also be an addict.

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