Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Police said the six suspects led police on two separate car chases, one of which ended with a crash off Highway 40 in Town and Country.
Six suspects have been charged with felony stealing, strong armed robbery, assault on a law enforcement officer, assault and property damage after an incident Friday at the Von Maur store in the Meadows in Lake St. Louis. As previously reported by Patch, a police pursuit ended with a crash in Town and Country when the suspects rolled their car along Highway 40. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) Police said the following six suspects were arrested in connection to the incident that began in Lake St. Louis. (Read Previous Story: Police Pursuit Ends With Crash Along Highway 40 in Town and Country) The Lake Saint Louis Police Department issued a press release stating that they received a report Friday afternoon …
Saturday, November 17, 2012
A police pursuit on Highway 40 ended with two suspects in custody after their car rolled over off the interstate in Town and Country.
Friday, November 16, 2012
A police pursuit that began in Lake St. Louis, ended when the car rolled over along Highway 40 in Town and Country.
Highway 40 was completely backed up in both directions Friday afternoon after a police pursuit that began in Lake St. Louis ended in Town and Country when the suspect vehicle rolled over along the highway. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) As you can see from the photos included in this article, numerous police agencies helped assist in the incident that happened around 2:30 p.m. Friday. According to Town and Country Police Captain Gary Hoelzer, it began with a pursuit by Lake St. Louis police who were chasing a stolen car wanted in connection to organized retail thefts. The two suspects fled east down Highway 40 and made their way into Town and Country, Hoelzer tells Patch. They exited the highway at Mason …
Friday, November 2, 2012
A man suspected of stealing a TV fled from various law enforcement agencies along Highway 40, including Town and Country.
A man suspected of stealing a TV from the Walmart in Chesterfield fled with police in pursuit all the way into Illinois Thursday. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) Chesterfield Police Capt. Steven Lewis tells Patch, officers received a call about the theft from the store in Chesterfield Valley and were able to locate the suspect's vehicle. However, once officers pulled up behind and switched on their lights, the suspect refused to stop. Although Lewis didn't characterize the chase as "high speed," the suspect travelled onto Highway 40 heading east and eventually left the Chesterfield city limits. At that point, Chesterfield Police units stopped the pursuit and it was continued by other law enforcement …
Friday, September 14, 2012
The chase that reportedly involved a driver trying to back over a police officer involved spike strips, 10 police departments and speeds of more than 75 miles per hour.
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
An attempt to arrest a shoplifting suspect ends with a police chase across Highway 141.
Manchester police tell Town and Country - Manchester Patch that they got the call around 10:45 a.m. Tuesday of a suspected shoplifter at the Manchester Highlands Walmart. According to Manchester Police Sergeant Sheree Waterhouse, when police tried to take the man in his 20s into custody, he reportedly fled and a foot pursuit ensued. Waterhouse tells Patch two officers chased the suspect who fled across Highway 141. She said the man was apprejended by 11 a.m. near the Manchester Methodist Church cemetery just west of Hwy 141. According to Waterhouse, the man had a knife in his possession, but he never displayed it. Manchester Police Captain Chuck Hunn said the man was using the knife to open boxes in Walmart. Waterhouse said officers never …