Maplewood police report on activity for the week of Nov. 17 – Nov. 23. Police remind residents to lock their vehicles this holiday season.
Police received a report of tires that had been flattened by a sharp object in the 7800 block of Cutlass Walk. While the incident was reported on Nov. 17, the tires were flattened in the overnight hours of Nov. 14
A GPS unit was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 2500 block of Oakland.
Police responded to the 2100 block of Bellevue for a reported domestic disturbance. The man and woman at the scene reported that they were “playing around” and not arguing. A records check on the man revealed he was wanted by multiple agencies for active warrants.
A camera and other items were reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 7800 block of Bentley Dr.
Police arrested a 44 year old man for stealing approximately $365 in merchandise from a Maplewood Commons business. The suspect was additionally charged with providing false information to an officer for lying about his identity.
Police arrested two 23 year old women for a drug violation after a traffic stop conducted in the area of Marshall and Marietta.
Police arrested a 28 year old woman for a drug violation after a traffic stop conducted in the area of Laclede Station and West Bruno.
The door locks of two vehicles were damaged 7300 block of Manchester. The suspect(s) were unable to gain entry into the vehicles.
Police are investigating a fraud at a Maplewood Commons business where suspect(s) fraudulently used the victim’s credit card account information to purchase approximately $1400 in merchandise. An initial investigation indicated the suspect(s) used a cloned credit card.
Police are investigating a theft of $800 in merchandise from a business in the 3200 block of Laclede Station. The female suspect left the business without paying for the merchandise. Police are reviewing video surveillance in an attempt to identify the female suspect.
Police responded to the 3600 block of S. Big Bend for a reported disturbance. Police made contact with a mand and woman who said they were having a minor argument about the music being played on the radio. No arrests or charges were filed at this time.