Puppy stolen at adoption event

A puppy was stolen at an adoption event at the Brentwood PetSmart store on Saturday, KSDK reported. The animal rescue group, All New Hope Rescue, is looking for three men accused of stealing a beagle-mix puppy from the Brentwood store. The group posted notice of the theft, with a photo of the puppy, on Facebook. According to the report, a man ran out of the store with the dog under his coat after being turned down for an adoption then jumped into a white or silver Impala and took off. If you have information in this case, you can send an email to allnewhope@yahoo.com.

Woman charged with leaving the scene, said she smoked pot every day

Erin B. Johnson, 28, of St. Louis was charged with leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident, and combined alcohol/drug intoxication on October 30, 2016, near Musick Memorial Drive and Eager Road, according to court and police records. Johnson crashed her car into another car and left the scene. She was charged with being party to an accident that caused another person to sustain property damage in excess of $1,000 and leaving the scene. Her two children were in the vehicle at the time of the crash.

Man steals vodka, drives off in brother’s Cadillac: police

According to court and police records, Gregory Hickman, 42, of St. Louis, was charged with a third stealing offense. On Nov. 21, 2016, at the Brentwood Schnucks, Hickman selected six bottles of vodka and placed them in a shopping basket. He carried the basket out of the store without making any attempt to pay for the vodka, and drove away in a gold Cadillac.

Police detective named Brentwood Citizen of the Year

Brentwood Police Detective Craig Eisenbeis was named Citizen of the Year by the Brentwood Chamber of Commerce at the chamber’s holiday party Thursday night. Eisenbeis is devoted to many causes, according to the Brentwood city website, including Missouri Special Olympics, National Night Out and BBQ for Backstoppers. He is the DARE officer and school resource officer for Brentwood schools. Brentwood Chamber board member, Dr. Kyle Kuhlman of Complete Care St. Louis, presented the award.

Thefts at Home Depot, Target

Derrick Sanders Jr., 21, of St. Louis, was charged with stealing various items from the Brentwood Home Depot. On Oct. 10, Sanders put various items of merchandise in a shopping cart at Home Depot and hid some items in his clothing and walked out of the store without making any attempt to pay, according to court and police records. Sanders and a female companion drove away in a gold SUV with no license plates.

Theft in Maplewood, property damage in Brentwood

Robinette Patrice Chandler, 35, and James Edward Gordon, 55, both of St. Louis, were charged with stealing eyeglass frames at Crown Vision Center in Maplewood Commons on September 3. According to court and police records, while Chandler distracted an employee, Gordon hid two sets of eyeglass frames in his pocket. The two then left the store without making any purchase. When an employee realized the frames were missing she called Maplewood police.

3 arrested after fleeing from accident

Following an accident on highway 64-40 Sunday night, three suspects fled on foot into Brentwood and Ladue, where all were arrested, according to Brentwood Chief of Police Dan Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald said on Facebook Sunday night that all suspects are in custody. One was arrested in 9300 block of Sonora Avenue and two were arrested in Ladue, he said. Lieutenant McClure, with the Ladue Police Department, said the driver was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and a passenger had outstanding warrants from other departments. No one was seriously injured.

Brentwood man secretly filmed woman under dress at Target: police

According to court and police records, at the Brentwood Target, on August 31, Joseph Mansker Jr., of Brentwood, used a hidden camera to secretly record a woman under or through her clothing without her consent. A similar incident occurred at the Target store in May 2015, when Matthew Foerstel, of O’Fallon, Missouri, was charged with secretly filming a woman under a dressing room door as she tried on a swimsuit. Foerstel’s case has been in the county court system since then. In Foerstel’s case, a settlement conference is scheduled for Nov. 11.

Woman runs from Famous Footwear, apparently barefoot, with stolen shoes in her purse

According to court and police records, Arlene Veronica Kirn, 34, of St. Louis, at Famous Footwear in Brentwood, on September 7,  selected a pair of shoes and put them on her feet. A store employee saw her walking around the store wearing the shoes and told her she needed to return them. Kirn set down her purse and removed the shoes from her feet. The employee could see there were two other pairs of shoes inside Kirn’s purse.

St. Louis woman charged with stealing from Ulta store

Tynesha Cain, 27, of St. Louis, was identified as one of two people at the Brentwood Ulta Beauty store at The Brentwood Promenade, on June 23, concealing merchandise in their bags. According to court and police records, when Cain left the store, she grabbed the clerk’s arm and pushed it out of the way to leave through the door. She and another took the merchandise and fled in a car. She was charged with receiving stolen property, valued at at least $500.

Multiple car windows shot out in Brentwood

Car were targeted in Brentwood Saturday night, the same night that approximately 20 car windows in Maplewood were apparently shot with a pellet gun. Twenty-one cars were hit on Louis, Ruth, Helen and Florence avenues in Brentwood between 1 and 3 a.m. on Sunday according to Brentwood Chief of Police Dan Fitzgerald. Approximately 20 car windows broken: police

He said some had windows shattered, some had holes in the windows — shot with a pellet gun. Nothing was taken from any of the cars. The department has no leads.