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Crime Roundup: School Stabbing, Drunk Driver Drives Through Home and Fire Displaces Families

Patch recaps the week that was in North St. Louis County police and fire news.

When the Hazelwood Police Department arrived on the scene the driver was no where to be found.

Overnight Apartment Fire Displaces Two Families in Hazelwood

The fire may have been accidental, according to Hazelwood Police.

Two Hazelwood Men Charged with Spanish Lake Burglary

Wiley and Iakeem Williams, along with another man were found with the stolen items next door to the home they burglarized, police say.

The child had minor injuries, and the driver turned himself in to police later that night, police said.

116 Tickets Issued During Hazelwood Police's Click It or Ticket Blitz

There were 53 people alone ticketed for not wearing seat belts.

Two men have been charged for robbery, assault and armed criminal action of a man near the St. Louis Community College campus in late February.

Rahkem McNulty was charged with first-degree burglary and second-degree domestic assault, both felonies.

Murder Charges Filed Against Ferguson Woman

Rhonda Rhodes is charged with stabbing Bernice Winston to death in Winston's apartment. Rhodes was found in the apartment with Winston's body Thursday morning, police said.

Hazelwood Central Student Arrested for Stabbing of Another Student

The student stabbed a friend in the leg while playing in school. He has been arrested and faces criminal charges as well as expulsion from the school.

The officer would have received between $503 and $1,191 in overpayments, according to police.

Police Arrest Florissant Man in Connection with Illinois Robbery

Altonio Graves was arrested last week along with a woman from St. Louis

Two of the break-ins were in unincorporated St. Louis between Creve Coeur and Maryland Heights. A third was in North County.

Police blotters:

  • Copper Thieves Attempt to Steal from Vacant Hazelwood Business
  • Person Arrested for Being Caught in a House Posted "No Entry by Code Enforcement"
  • Hazelwood Crime: Stealing Dominant the Second Weekend in February

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