Police found methamphetamine on a room occupant at the South County Holiday Inn after a smoke alarm was triggered in the room, then find the same renter at a meth lab at the Super 8 in Fenton.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Saturday, December 15, 2012
A South County man who set off smoke alarms in a hotel Sunday while attempting to make methamphetamine was arrested the next day for trying to make meth in another motel room, police said. Stephen L. Langendorf, 19, of the 5700 block of Wieland Drive in South County, was charged Tuesday with two counts of possessing a meth precursor with intent to manfacture methamphetamine. St. Louis County Police said a smoke alarm was triggered Sunday at the Holiday Inn at 4234 Butler Hill Drive in Langendorf’s room. Police found meth ingredients and emptied pseudoephedrine blister packs in the room and found meth on one of the room’s occupants. The next day, police responded to a meth lab reported in the Super 8 Motel in Fenton, 650 South Highway Drive…
After a woman was robbed Sunday in a Hazelwood hotel room, Patch offers a refresher course on hotel safety to carry you through the upcoming Labor Day holiday.
As we prepare to celebrate Labor Day with at-home barbecues and one last day at the pool, others are planning to travel so they can enjoy their celebrations in more exotic locations. If you’re planning to stay in a hotel during Labor Day weekend, are you planning ahead to ensure that you, your family and your belongings return home safely? Whether you’re there for business or pleasure, staying in a good hotel can feel like a luxury. But sometimes, luxury gives way to danger, as it did in the case of a woman who opened her Hazelwood hotel room door to a robber on Sunday. That’s why it’s so important for everyone who stays in a hotel room to be aware of the potential risks and to know what to do if a dangerous situation should arise. Find a …