Food trucks may be all the rage these days, but you still need a proper license to run one.
During a routine check at a food truck event in Faust Park Sept. 27, Chesterfield Police found that two of the mobile vendors did not have licenses. According to Chesterfield Police Department Capt. Steve Lewis, the two individuals were cited without incident.
Lewis said they will be working to obtain licenses with the city of Chesterfield and were not technically charged with any specific violation.
- A 47-year-old female took clothing from a store in the 1600 block of Clarkson Road and left without paying
- A 62-year-old male sent an email to an individual that violated the terms of a court order. The incident occurred in the 15000 block of Wendimill Drive.
- An unknown subject broke out the window on a vehicle in the 16000 block of N. Outher 40 Road and took a radar detector, laptop computer and an Ipad.
- An unknown subject keyed and dented a vehicle in the 2000 block of Cannon Heights Drive.
- An unknown subject took a camera bag containing camera equipment from a bag that was left unattended in a parking lot in the 17000 block of Chesterfield Airport Road.
- An unknown subject grabbed clothing from a store in the 60 block of THF Boulevard and ran out without paying.
Reported this week:
- Sometime between March 5 and March 10, an unknown male altered a lien waiver document in order to get paid by a construction company. The incident occurred in the 16000 block of Chesterfield Airport Road.
- On May 25, a 41-year-old male passed an "account closed" check to a business in the 100 block of Hilltown Village Center.