Warson Woods police arrested a 44-year-old St. Louis County man at the Des Peres Police Department after receiving several reports of the man hugging female shoppers at a business in the 9900 block of Manchester Rd. over the past several months. One victim reported being kissed on the lips by the man.
KSDK-TV reported that the Des Peres Police Department also has received complaints about the man from women in Des Peres, St. Peters, High Ridge, near Ballwin and in Fairview Heights, IL.
Formal charges of third-degree assault are pending with the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s office. .
Friday, June 22
Police arrested a 52-year-old Florissant man at the Florissant Police Department and charged him with failure to appear in court on multiple traffic charges. He was released after posting a $600 bond.
Saturday, June 23
Someone struck a parked vehicle in the lot of a business in the 9900 block of Manchester Rd. and left the scene of the accident between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Police are continuing to investigate.
Thursday, June 28
Warson Woods Police were dispatched to a business in the 10000 block of Manchester Rd. at 10:48 a.m. for a report of a man asking customers for money. After a record check returned negative results, the man was sent on his way.
An officer checking on an illegally parked vehicle on Warson Oaks Court near Flanders Drive arrested a 48-year-old St. Louis woman at 9:45 a.m. and charged her in municipal court with failure to appear on traffic charges. She was released after posting a $300 bond.
A 46-year-old Clayton man was arrested and charged with failure to appear in court on an outstanding traffic ticket at the Glendale Police Department at 12:30 p.m. He was released after posting a $150 bond.
Friday, June 29/Saturday, June 30
Fraudulent credit card activity was reported twice during the past week. A Rock Hill man said his credit card was not returned to him at a restaurant in the 10000 block of Manchester Rd. on June 26 after going through the drive-thru. He came back the next morning and retrieved his card. However, he said someone made unauthorized purchases in Virginia with his information during the time the card was out of his possession.
Additionally, a Glendale man reported his debit card was not returned to him after going through the drive-thru on Saturday, June 30 at the same business and a large payment to a local utility company was charged to his card. His card was not recovered. Police are continuing to investigate both cases