Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Michael Adams, 24, of Chesterfield, was arrested and charged with trespassing and destruction of property.
Police have charged a Chesterfield man with trespassing and destruction of property after he entered a neighbor’s home while drunk and took a shower. Michael Adams, 24, forced his way into the residence in the 200 block of River Bend Dr. at around 4 a.m. April 17, police said, and then proceeded to the bathroom, where he washed up. At that point, the commotion woke up the homeowner, who was startled to find the stranger in his house and contacted the police, only later recognizing Adams as someone who lived in the neighborhood. Police arrived, located Adams and took him into custody. Chesterfield Police Capt. Steve Lewis said Adams was intoxicated at the time and told the responding officers that he believed he was in his own house.
Friday, March 29, 2013
The rowdy get-together at the Hampton Inn drew attention from police and criminal charges for its hosts.
Several teens are facing a drug and alcohol charges after hosting a party in a hotel room in Chesterfield that drew police attention. Chesterfield Police said that five males, 21, 20, 19, 18 and 17 years old, were arrested for possession of alcohol, marijuana and drug paraphernalia on March 24 at the Hampton Inn on Swingley Ridge Road. Police were alerted after noise from the rowdy get-together prompted complaints from other hotel guests. It also resulted in damage to the hotel room with broken furniture and stains from spilled drinks. The party also involved two minors, a 16-year-old female and a 15-year-old female, who were cited for curfew violation. Chesterfield Police Officer Mike Ryffel said there was no indication that they had …
Friday, March 22, 2013
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Friday, March 11, 2011
A local man offered a firsthand account of the dangers of teen alcohol and drug abuse.
An “A” student with a golf scholarship in his pocket saw his life tragically altered after a days-long drinking binge ended on prom night in 2006. Alex Bauchman had a good life with a supportive family, friends and a bright future. Years of drinking changed all that for the Marquette High School grad. He is now 23 and has been sober for 28 months. He shared his story in the hope of educating parents and students about alcohol abuse at an event called “Keeping Kids Safe” on Wednesday at The Pointe in Ballwin. “I began drinking at 14 years old and continued to drink in high school. I was able to keep good grades, play on the golf team and earn a scholarship. I was good at fooling my parents and teachers,” Bauchman said. Bauchman attended a …