Jul 28, 2014

In Case You Missed It: Crime Stories in May

It was a busy month for law enforcement officers, with crime ranging from a stolen dinosaur statue to animal abuse and child endangerment.

In Case You Missed It: Crime Stories in May

This week, Wentzville Patch takes a look back at last month's crime stories.

  • : The men stole jewelry from a girlfriend's stepmother, police said.
  • : The defendant was arrested in front of the house after the altercation.
  • : Police said an officer spotted him driving and exiting the SUV.
  • : In two months, the Lake Saint Louis woman sold prescription medication to two undercover officers.
  • : Wentzille Police said the home with five children had overwhelming odor of feces and urine and dead animal carcasses.
  • : The St. Louis Post Dispatch reported that a man tried to lure children into his car by offering them candy at Founders Park.
  • : More than 30 people were charged after lthe Summer Camp Music Festival in Chillicothe, IL.


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