Thursday, January 31, 2013
Police are alerting residents that a female was seen tampering with a window to a home Thursday, but left when she noticed a neighbor nearby.
The following information was supplied by the Town and Country Police Department. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) Town and Country police sent out an email alert Thursday warning residents of suspicious activity in the area. Police stated that around 8:00 a.m. Thursday, a female was observed removing a screen from a window in the rear of a house in the 12800 block of Thornhill Court. After noticing a nearby resident, the female left in what was possibly a small black SUV, according to the email alert. Police urge residents to call 911 if they observe any suspicious people, vehicles or activity in their neighborhoods or contact Town and Country police dispatch at 314-737-4600. Anonymous tips can…
Friday, October 12, 2012
Traffic stops led to the arrest of two people wanted from other police departments, while "suspicious" behavior plays a role in recent Manchester police reports.
The following information was supplied by the Manchester Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) Sept. 28: 800 block Hanna Road Suspicious Vehicle: Three juveniles were busted for curfew violation, after the car they were in was spotted by a police officer in the early morning driving "extremely slow." Police said when they pulled over the car, inside were three juveniles and no adult. The three were taken to the Manchester Police Department and released to their parents. Oct. 2: 800 block La Fiel Drive Suspicious Person: A male was arrested during a "suspicious person" call. Police said while investigating the call, it was …
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Town and Country police are asking residents to call police if they see an unfamiliar dark SUV in their neighborhoods. It may be back in the area and linked to recent burglaries.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Town and Country police said a white four-door car may be connected to a burglary that happened earlier this week.
The following information was supplied by the Town and Country Police Department. Town and Country police are asking residents to watch for a white four-door sedan, possibly a Toyota Camry, with a red bumper sticker. Police stated in an email alert Thursday, that a "suspicious" car matching that description was seen in the neighborhood and parked directly in front of a house in the 3000 block of Thornbury Drive that was burglarized Tuesday. The home is located near the intersection of Bopp and Clayton roads. (Read Previous Story: Crime Alert: Burglary Prompts Warning to Residents) As previously reported by Patch, police said the home was burglarized during daytime hours Tuesday. Detectives learned the suspicious vehicle was spotted around…
Friday, May 20, 2011
Town and Country police are asking for residents to report any suspicious activity as they search for suspects in an apparent afternoon attempted burglary.
Town and Country police are asking for residents to report any suspicious activity as they search for suspects in what appears to be an attempted burglary. Investigators said police responded to a residential alarm in the 14300 block of Manderleigh Woods Drive around 1:13 p.m. Friday. When officers arrived at the home, they found five exterior doors that had been tampered with, as if to be pried open. Authorities said entry to the home was never gained, and police believe the alarm system activated and scared off the "would-be burglar(s)." Police are asking residents to report any suspicious activity in their neighborhoods immediately. If the incident is in progress or just occurred, residents are instructed to call 911. However, to report…
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Gregg Meyer receives the Community Service Award for his quick thinking that police say stopped a burglary in progress.
Gregg Meyer received the Community Service Award for being an alert Town and Country resident whose quick thinking stopped a burglary in progress, according to police. (Read Previous Story: Police Catch Town and Country Burglary Suspects) Meyer was recognized Tuesday night by Town and County Police Chief John Copeland for his actions during the early morning hours of March 24. According to investigtors, Meyer noticed two males acting suspiciously near their vehicle parked on the street near Meyer's home. Concerned about the safety of his neighbors, Meyer called the police. Police said when the arrived on the scene, the two fled. Investigators said they were unsuccessfully attempting to load a large-screen television into a parked car. …
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Town and County police are searching for a suspicious man after he reportedly tried to chase down a young girl Tuesday evening.
Town and County police are searching for a suspicious man after he reportedly tried to chase down a young girl Tuesday evening. According to Town and Country police, a 12-year-old girl told them that she was walking home from a friend's house around 5:00 p.m. Tuesday on Manor Hill Road near Thornhill Drive when she saw a man walking toward her. Feeling uncomfortable, she said turned around to go back to her friend’s house and when she started to run she said the man began to chase her. Police said the man was also seen by the young girl’s father, but the father did not know what had occurred when he initially saw the man. According to investigators, when the girl called her father and said she was leaving her friend's house, he didn't want…