Following are recent incidences handled by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers:
Six different incidences of rocks or bricks being thrown through car windows occurred on Oct. 1; two each at Melrose, Ossenfort, and Waterfront Way.
Money and a license were taken from a purse at the annual BBQ Bash on Oct. 1.
An arrest was made on the suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and drug violation on Manchester Road on Oct. 3.
A person was arrested on Missouri Route 100 and Taylor for an outstanding warrant and possession of marijuana during Oct. 4.
A person was arrested at Fox Creek and Model Realty for an outstanding warrant on Oct. 4.
Police received two noise complaints of loud music at the Big Chief Roadhouse restaurant; one on Oct. 5 and another on Oct. 6.
A person was arrested during a traffic stop for drug violation on Missouri Routes 109 and 100 on Oct. 5.
A burglary occurred on Hickory Manor where it is believed a suspect got into an unlocked vehicle and used the garage door opener to enter the house through an unlocked door. The burglar stole items on the kitchen counter during Oct. 5.
An arrest was made on Westglen Farms and Hollister Crossing for outstanding warrants on Oct. 6.
A summons was issued to a driver for being a minor in possession of alcohol on Clayton at Thunderhead Canyon on Oct. 6.
The following accidents happened in the past week:DATELOCATIONNOTATIONS
Oct. 1Missouri Route 109 at Hawthorne Village Parkway No injury Oct. 2 Missouri Route 100 at Missouri Route 109 No injury Oct. 2 Missouri Route 100 and Taylor No injury Oct. 3 Missouri Route 109 at LaSalle Springs Middle School No injury Oct. 3 Clayton Road at Strecker No injury Oct. 4 Strecker at Shepard No injury Oct. 4 Missouri Route 100 at Missouri Route 109 No injury Oct. 4 Nantucket Springs, however driver left scene. Driver was later found and issued a summons No injury Oct. 4 Missouri Route 109 and Alt No injury Oct. 5 Clayton Road at Missouri Route 109 No injury Oct. 5 Missouri Route 109 at Rockwood Forest Valley Injury Oct. 7 Strecker Road Driver left the scene Oct. 7 Missouri Route 109 and Wild Horse Creek Road Injury
Details provided in this article were provided by St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood (6th) Precinct officers.