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Police Log: Accidents, Stolen Items Among Highlights of Latest Report

Some of the highlights from the most recent police blotter reported by the Olivette Police Department. It includes stolen items and an honest person.

Some of the highlights from the most recent police blotter reported by the Olivette Police Department. It includes stolen items and an honest person turning in a lost debit card.

Jan. 15

Baur Boulevard. Work van owned by a business was broken into by way of the driver's side window. Nothing stolen from the interior. 

9400 block of Olive Blvd. Retail store (Smoke Land) was burglarized and cash register stolen. Suspect made entry by breaking the front glass window of the store.

10405 St. Charles Rock Road. Subject arrested for failing to appear in Olivette Municipal Court.

Margaret Lane. Subject turned in a debit card that had been found on the ground.

Jan. 14

2410 Goodale. Subject arrested for failing to appear in Olivette Municipal Court and being a fugitive out of multiple jurisdictions.

100 S. Central. Subject arrested for failing to appear in Olivette Municipal Court. 

Jan. 11

9473 Olive Blvd. Subject arrested for failing to appear in Olivette Municipal Court. 

Olive Village Court. Resident continues to be harassed by phone by a male who has an interest in her daughter. Contact was made with the suspect and calls have stopped.

Jan. 10

Warson Pines. Subject refused to pay his $50.00 cab fair. Subject identified and placed into the computer as Wanted.

Jan. 9

1 Bruns Drive. Subject arrested for failing to appear in Olivette Municipal Court.

Dielman and Rothwell Heights. Subject arrested for Driving While Suspended and being a fugitive out of another jurisdiction.

9200 block of Olive Boulevard. Store employee left her purse outside while doing paperwork. Employee went back inside the business and when she returned outside in the back of the building, the purse was missing.

Olivaire Lane. Forced entry made through a garage door. Jewelry from a jewelry box was stolen.

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