Woman targeted in Commonwealth shootings won’t cooperate with police: Post-Dispatch

The 21-year-old woman who has lived at the apartment on Commonwealth Avenue in Maplewood that was the target of two nights of shootings isn’t cooperating with police, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has reported.

The shootings took place Feb. 24 and 25. The woman and her child weren’t there either night.

Maplewood Police Chief Steve Kruse told the Post-Dispatch that she is refusing to meet with or speak with the department’s detectives.

He said the detectives were able to develop a lead, but the woman refuses to cooperate.

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5 thoughts on “Woman targeted in Commonwealth shootings won’t cooperate with police: Post-Dispatch

  1. The same women was involved in a shooting Sunday 140 am in the 5800 block of Cates . She was grazed by a bullet & two men she was with were shot . All part of the opioid crisis we are in or those trying to to get rich from it .

  2. Uncle Jedd, shame on you! There is a faction in town that does not understand the reason for having a nuisance ordinance in place. This is the best example of where it could be an effective tool.

    • If she is part of criminal activity, then I’m with Uncle Jedd. Perhaps we all need more information on this situation before judging other people’s opinions.

  3. Could there be a relationship between the Maple wood shooting and the Clifton Heights shooting, they have very similar features?

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