Police Blotter: Stolen Phones Not Actually Stolen

A listing of incident reports from the Chesterfield Police Department

A Chesterfield business reported its phones stolen to the Chesterfield Police Department on Oct. 10, but it wasn't thieves who nabbed the devices.

According to Officer Mike Ryffel, a local software company reported that several phones were taken at around noon from the desks in the company's office. 

"It ended up being a repossession due to unpaid bills and was unfounded as a crime," Ryffel said in an email to Patch. 

The following information was supplied by the Chesterfield Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction

Oct. 10

  • An unknown subject used a credit card without authorization for multiple purchases at the Chesterfield Mall.
  • A 31-year-old male argued with his father over letting him enter his home in the 14000 block of Timberway Court.
  • An unknown subject stole a laptop from a store in the 100 block of THF Boulevard.
  • A 71-year-old male left his dog unattended outside and was cited for a peace disturbance after the dog kept barking. The incident occurred in the 15000 block of Cedarmill Drive.
  • An unknown subject took money of a purse that was left unattended in the 16000 block of Swingley Ridge Road.
  • A 26-year-old female stole medication from a store in the 100 block of THF Boulevard. 


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