St. Peters Police Blotter: Stolen Bobcats, Golf Clubs and Cars Edition

The following are selected reports provided by the St. Peters Police Department.

The following are selected reports from the  from February 2012. 

• Incident No. 3562: Property damage, 100 block of Donner Pass Drive. A television valued at $700 was damaged by an acquaintance of the victim.  Female suspect was arrested and released pending application of warrants with St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

• Incident No. 3573: Drug offense, 200 block of Mid Rivers Mall Drive. Marijuana was located inside of vehicle after officer stopped vehicle for expired plates.  Female driver of the vehicle was issued a summons for possession of marijuana.

• Incident No. 3598: Felony stealing, 400 block of Birdie Hill Road. A utility trailer and a bobcat were stolen from worksite by unknown suspect(s). Items were valued at approximately $11,000.  There are no suspect(s) at this time.

• Incident No. 3709: Identity theft, first block of Oakshire Court. Credit card information was stolen and used to spend more than $2,200 at area stores.  No suspect information at this time.

• Incident No. 3721: Drug offense, 4100 block of Veterans Memorial Parkway. A female suspect was arrested on an outstanding warrant and a search of her person revealed she was concealing marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Suspect was issued a summons and released.

• Incident No. 3776: Burglary/stealing, 4100 block of Shepherds Hill. A garage door was left open overnight and an unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle. A GPS unit, cell phone, and golf bag were stolen from vehicle. Items were valued at approximately $2,000

• Incident No. 3881: Stolen, recovered auto, 300 block of Salt Lick Road. A vhicle was stolen from gas station parking lot. The vehicle was equipped with GPS and was tracked in Jackson County, MO.  The GPS allowed the vehicle to be recovered and a suspect was arrested.


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