Friday, December 14, 2012
St. Charles Police said the Affton man and his child's mother intended to assault a person caring for their daughter; the Division of Family Services advised the family to keep the girl pending an investigation.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Friday, December 14, 2012
A South County couple, accused of breaking into a home last April in attempt to regain their daughter, was indicted by a St. Charles grand jury Nov. 30 of being accessories to burglary. St. Charles Police said the mother, Jennifer Temm, 34, had asked Andrew R. Wilson, 31, the daughter’s father, and Matthew Wakeman to help her get her daughter from a relative’s home. St. Charles Police said the family, who are relatives, had been advised by the Division of Family Services to keep the child pending an investigation. Temm and Wakeman are active heroin users, according to court documents. Temm is from the 2800 block of Owendale in Oakville; Wilson is from the 5500 block of Seth Avenue in Affton. Police said that Wilson and Wakeman broke into …
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Man illegally entered his mother's house to steal the keys, then took the truck, police said.
An Affton man was charged Wednesday with stealing his grandfather’s pickup truck from his mother’s home. Alexander L. Wilson, 31, of the 5500 block of Seth Avenue in Affton, was charged with burglary and stealing the truck. According to a St. Charles Police report, Wilson’s mother had changed locks to keep him out, but left a rear door unlocked while she slept. Police said in the report that Wilson entered the house in the 400 block of Elmhurst in St. Charles on April 20, took keys to a 2002 Toyota Tundra and took the truck from the garage. St. Louis Metropolitan Police spotted Wilson driving the vehicle May 7 and pulled him over. He told police the owner had given him the keys. However, Wilson’s grandfather told police he would not have …
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Poker-wielding youth may have stopped attempt to take the child.
An Oakville woman and an Affton man who attempted to take the woman's child from a family member’s home in St. Charles Friday were charged Saturday as an accessory to a burglary. A third suspect was being treated for injuries at Mercy Medical Center in Creve Coeur. A juvenile who attacked one intruder with a fireplace poker, according to a St. Charles Police report, may have stopped the attempt. Jennifer Temm, 34, of Oakville, and Matthew Wakeman, 26, of Affton, were charged Saturday with accessory to burglary. Lt. David Senter of St. Charles Police said that other charges could be pending on the two, including assault and property damage. Senter also said charges likely will be filed against Andrew R. Wilson once he is released from Mercy…