Shrewsbury Police Blotter: Angry Cat Owner

The following information was supplied by the Shrewsbury Police Department. Arrests do not indicate convictions.

Friday, June 3

A Shrewsbury man was arrested on charges of disturbing the peace at 10 p.m. inside the Courland Manor Apartment complex in the 7600 block of Watson Road. The suspect accused an employee of the complex of letting his cat out of his apartment while he was not home. The suspect ran up and down the hallways of the apartment building threatening the employee. The cat was located in the building.

Saturday, June 4

During the early morning hours of April 6, a Blackwell, Missouri man drove his motorcycle at a high rate of speed (83 mph in a 40-mph zone) on northbound Laclede Station Road, and he crashed into a chain link fence, near Murdoch Avenue and Interstate 44. The driver of the motorcycle was transported to a hospital. At 1 a.m. June 4, Shrewsbury police arrested the driver of the motorcycle for driving while intoxicated after receiving laboratory records indicating he was intoxicated on alcohol and cocaine on the date of the accident.

Tuesday, June 7

Shrewsbury police investigated fraudulent activity on a Visa debit card. The victim, who resides in the 7700 block of Ravensridge Drive, reported that his card was unlawfully used 14 times in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas for more than $1,400 in fraudulent transactions. The victim still had his card in his possession and had not left the metro area on the dates of the transactions.

Wednesday, June 8

A resident from the 4700 block of Wilshusen Avenue reported license plate tabs stolen from her vehicle at 4 p.m.

For more information about this police blotter, email andrew.hudson@patch.com.


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