Lead by an armed restaurant robbery and a raid by the FBI, Chesterfield Patch has a round-up of the crime stories that made headlines in October.
Check back tomorrow for a similar collection of the month's top news stories.
Armed Robber Fires Gun During Chesterfield Restaurant Hold-Up
The suspect entered the restaurant at 16890 Chesterfield Airport Road at 10:45 a.m. and demanded money, according to a press release from the Chesterfield Police Department. He then fired a single shot from a handgun, but no one was injured. He then fled from the restaurant on foot from the east side of the building.
FBI Executes Search Warrant on Chesterfield Home
Public Affairs Specialist with the St. Louis Division of the FBI Rebecca Wu confirmed that federal agents were at a residence located on Meadow Oak Drive between Federal Way and Clarkson Park Court. She declined to give further details, citing FBI policy.
Chesterfield Home Burglarized While Residents Slept
"This is why we preach to lock your car doors and don't even keep your garage door openers in cars you park outside," Chesterfield Police Officer Mike Ryffel said.
Chesterfield Man Punches Manager of Indiana Strip Club Over Bar Tab
The story cited a report from the Lawrence Police Department that states Keith Hanford, 46, told police he felt like he was being robbed because he had already spent $4,000 in tips for topless dancers.
Thief Targets Children's Ride in Chesterfield Mall
The Chesterfield Police Department reported last week that an unknown suspect pilfered the coin box of a ride in the children's play area at Chesterfield Mall.
Joshua D. Witkowski, 19, of the 200 block of Ballwin Avenue in Winchester is charged with felony sexual assault in connection to an incident with a 14-year-old female. Police said Witkowski was 18 at the time of the alleged assault.
Man Pulls Knife During Pump-and-Run at Chesterfield Gas Station
The incident occurred at a service station in the 14000 block of Clayton Road at about 8:20 p.m. when an unknown subject pumped some gas and tried to leave without paying. According to a report in the Chesterfield Police Department blotter, when a witness confronted the subject, he brandished a knife and then left.