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Police Blotter: Fired Employee Keeps Company Vehicle

Check out part two of the April 10-16 incident reports from the Chesterfield Police Department.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Chesterfield Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction. All addresses given are generic. 

April 14

Shoplifting, 100 THF Blvd. – An unknown subject concealed camera and left a store without paying.

April 15

Stolen vehicle, 16000 Barrister Ln. – An unknown subject took the victim’s vehicle, which was parked in front of his apartment.

Fraud, 800 Foxsprings Dr. – An unknown subject used the victim’s prepaid debit card for purchases.

April 16

Larceny, 16000 N. Outer 40 Rd. – An unknown subject entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and took a car-mounted TV.

Property damage, 16000 N. Outer 40 Rd. – An unknown subject damaged the victim’s vehicle door in an attempt to make entry.

Shoplifting, 100 THF Blvd. – A 32-year-old female concealed a video game controller and left a store without paying.

Stolen vehicle, 16000 N. Outer 40 Rd. – An unknown subject took the victim’s vehicle from the parking lot of a business. It was later recovered in St. Louis.

Reported this week

Failure to return borrowed vehicle, 3 The Pines Ct. – On March 1, a 45-year-old female failed to return her boss’ vehicle after being terminated from employment. Police said that it will more than likely turn out to be a civil incident concerning a disagreement on who had possession of the car. 

Fraud, 70 Glen Cove Dr. – On March 27, an unknown subject used the victim’s credit card information to make purchases.

Fraud, 14000 Brook Hill Dr. – On March 24, an unknown subject used the victim’s credit card information to make purchases.

Larceny, 2000 Cannon Heights Dr.  – Sometime between March 17 and April 7, an uknown subject took jewelry from the victim’s residence.

Fraud, 100 San Angelo Dr. – Sometime between April 6 and April 7, an unknown subject used the victim’s credit card information to make purchases.

Fraud, 1200 Kennebec Rd. – On April 7, an unknown subject used the victim’s credit card information to make purchases.

Fraud, 17000 Wild Horse Creek Rd. – On April 9, an unknown subject used the victim’s credit card information to make purchases.

Larceny, 14000 Trail Top Dr. – Sometime between Oct. 25, 2012, and April 10, citizen report of stolen license plate tabs.

Larceny, 14000 Clayton Rd. – A 17-year-old male entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and took cash. 

The following items were also included in the police blotter and reported on separately by Patch: 

  • Burglar Sneaks Into Chesterfield Display Home
  • Student Arrested for Stealing from Cars at a Parkway West High School

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