Sunday, December 2

Warson Woods Crime Report

A dog was attacked by another dog while being walked by its owner in the 600 block of Flanders Drive at about 5:30PM. The owner of the dog, which had run through its electric fence, was issued a summons to appear in municipal court for having a vicious animal, as there have been prior complaints about the dog. 

A resident of the 700 block of Havenwood Circle Drive reported person(s) unknown had attempted to use her credit card info to make purchases from the Home Shopping Network with out her permission. The charge was declined because the resident had an alert on her personal information due to a prior identity theft problem. Attempts to contact the Home Shopping Network to investigate met with negative results.

A solicitor complaint was received for two subjects soliciting home improvements in the area of Brookhurst Drive and Warson Woods Drive at 3:15PM. The pair was advised to cease until they obtained permits from City Hall.

A 31-year-old Sunset Hills woman was arrested at the Rock Hill Police Department and charged with failure to appear in court for previous traffic violations at 1:45PM. She was released after posting a $300.00 bond.

Police were dispatched to a parking lot in the 9900 block of Manchester Road for a report of a female pedestrian panhandling. She was advised to cease and left the area on a Metro bus.

A 22-year-old Sunset Hills man was arrested and charged in municipal court with driving with a suspended license, illegal window tint, and fugitive charges from the Sunset Hills and St. Louis County Police Departments following a 2:30PM traffic stop in the 10000 Block of Manchester Road. He was released to Sunset Hills authorities after posting a $450.00 bond on the Warson Woods Charges.

Police were dispatched to a report of someone banging on the front door of a home in the 300 block of Medina drive at 1:15AM. Person(s) unknown had tied fishing line to the doorknocker and ran it across the street to cause the noise. Officers did not locate anyone in the area.

A resident of the 1400 block of Forest View Drive called police to report the back door of a neighboring home standing open at 2:00PM. Responding officers determined that entry had been forced in to the home. Police are investigating the burglary, which occurred within the past three weeks.

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