Hazelwood Crime: Man Steals $5 and a Cell Phone

Plus a woman steals merchandise but then has a change of heart and has someone else return the stolen items to the store.

Here are a few of the crimes that occurred on December 17 through December 19 in the City of Hazelwood. Hazelwood Patch attained the accounts from the Hazelwood Police Department.

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December 17

Stealing: Stolen items were recovered at Cash America Pawn.

Stealing: A man stole $5 and a cell phone from an unrestricted area at St. Louis Outlet Mall.

Violation of Court Order: A person was arrested in the 100 block of Young after a court order said they could no longer live at the residence and they went back to the house anyway.

December 18

Second-Degree Burglary: A house was broken into and a television and jewelry was taken in the 8800 block of Santa Bella.

Domestic Assault: A man assaulted his father in the 600 block of Hazelvalley.

Stealing: An iPhone was stolen from The Sanctuary Church.

December 19

Vehicle Theft: A vehicle was stolen in the 7000 block of Midwood.

Vehicle Theft: An 18-wheeler was stolen from the 6000 block of Byassee.

Stealing: A license plate was stolen from a vehicle in the 5300 block of Ville Rosa.

Robbery: Three people were walking into Knollwood Apartments on the sidewalk from Ville Rosa when a man allegedly flourished a handgun forcing the individuals to allow him to go through their pockets. The man didn't take anything and ran away.

Stealing: A person stole clothes from Marshall's and tried to run away but was later arrested on the mall parking lot.

Stealing: A woman stole items from a store in the 7000 block of Howdershell Road. A man later returned the items and left. Both people have been identified and the investigation continues.

Ashley January 26, 2013 at 03:19 AM
$5, really?


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