Saturday, March 23, 2013
St. Louis County Police said Jeremy Cole Klable was drove after taking meth, opiates and amphetamines.
A man faces criminal charges for driving while under the influence of several illegal narcotics near Grant’s Farm, according to court documents. Jeremy Cole Klable, 29, of Dittmer MO, was charged Monday with driving while intoxicated as a persistent offender, a felony. A St. Louis County police officer pulled Klable over as he was driving on Gravois Road at Missionary Ridge at 6:41 p.m. Jan. 23, 2012. St. Louis County Police said a blood test showed he was driving under the influence of methamphetamine, amphetamine and opiates. Klable has two previous impaired driving convictions. He was found guilty of DWI in 2005 for impaired driving in Hillsboro on Nov. 30, 2002, and he was found guilty of driving with excessive blood-alcohol content in…
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
St. Louis County Police said he sold a game system the same day it was reported stolen.
A South County man faces criminal charges in connection to entering a home and stealing a PlayStation game system Feb. 20 while the resident was home. James Nguyen, 19, of the 4100 block of Debra Court, was charged last Wednesday with first-degree burglary and misdemeanor theft. St. Louis County Police said Nguyen sold the PlayStation the same day it was reported stolen from the the 8300 block of Kammerer Avenue in South County. Nguyen told police he entered the home through an unlocked rear door and stole the game system. A resident was home during the burglary, police said. Bail was set at $5,000 for Nguyen. For more crime information on Affton-Shrewsbury Patch, please see the following articles:
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Thomas O'Leary was charged with domestic assault and receiving stolen property.
Police responding to a domestic disturbance also located a stolen firearm in an Affton home Feb. 25. Thomas O’Leary, 45, of the 9300 block of Althea Avenue in Affton, was charged Feb. 26 with third-degree domestic assault and receiving stolen property. St. Louis County Police said O’Leary struck his girlfriend, causing visible bruising, and attempts to choke the woman. While at the home at about 6:38 p.m. Feb. 25, officers found a 30-06 Remington hat had been reported stolen. O’Leary posted a $7,500 bond and was released from St. Louis County Justice Center Feb. 28. If you have experienced or know someone who has experienced domestic or sexual violence, find resources through the St. Louis Ending Violence Against Women Network (SLEVAWN) or…
Friday, March 15, 2013
Joseph Schnurbusch has been charged with violating a protection order.
A man has been accused of violating a restraining order against his neighbors by screaming obscenities at one of the residents. Joseph Schnurbusch, 46, of the 10100 block of Mullally Drive in the Affton area, was charged Feb. 21 with violating a protection order. St. Louis County Police said the entire family has a protection order taken out against Schnurbush, who was aware he is prohibited from communicating with or disturbing the peace of any of the family members. Police said Schnurbusch yelled profanities at one of the family members as she was getting into her car on Aug. 17. Police requested a warrant for Schnurbusch's arrest "due to the number of police reports involving the two parties," according to a court document. Bail was set…
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
A driver who struck another car from behind at Gravois and Heege roads had a blood-alcohol level more than three three times the legal limit, according to a court document.
A woman faces a felony drunk driving charge after striking another car at the intersection of Gravois and Heege roads. Melanie Hanks, 35, of the 4000 block of Eichelberger Street in St. Louis, was charged Feb. 21 with driving while intoxicated as a persistent offender. It is her third DWI charge. Hanks also was found guilty of DWI twice in 2006. St. Louis County Police said Hanks was seen swerving between lanes before striking the rear of another vehicle at 6:50 p.m. June 30. Officers responding to the accident said she had a strong odor of alcohol, and watery and glassy eyes. Hanks did poorly on a sobriety test and a blood sample revealed her blood-alcohol level was at .293 percent at 9:42 p.m., more than three times the legal limit. She …
Thursday, March 7, 2013
The South County man, Ron Meredith Hook, was charged with first-degree child molestation and two counts of sexual misconduct.
A 75-year-old South County man faces sex crimes with a young girl over a six-year period, police said. Ron Meredith Hook, 75, was charged March 4 with two counts of first-degree child molestation, sexual misconduct with a child younger than 15 years old, and first-degree sexual misconduct. St. Louis County Police said that between Jan. 31, 2006 and Oct. 21, 2012, Hook touched the girl with his penis without her consent. Police said Hook also watched the girl and her boyfriend having sex and exposed himself to the girl while touching his genitals. The girl was younger than 15 years old at the time. Hook is being held in St. Louis County jail. Bail was set at $100,000. For more crime information on Aftton-Shrewsbury Patch, see the following…
Monday, March 4, 2013
The officer would have received between $503 and $1,191 in overpayments, according to police.
A former St. Louis County police officer faces a stealing charge after being accused of reporting that he worked overtime when he didn’t actually work. Michael T. Wood, 38, of unincorporated South County in the Bella Villa area, was charged Friday with felony stealing. He resigned from the county police department Nov. 8. He worked in the North County precinct at 11815 Benham Rd. A St. Louis County Police internal investigation revealed that Wood submitted between 15 hours and 35.5 hours of fraudulent overtime claims between Sept. 14 and Feb. 17. That would have resulted in an overpayment of between $503 and $1,191, according to the probable cause statement. Police reported that Wood admitted to submitting at least 15 hours of overtime …
Sanimir Mustic is being held in St. Louis County jail in lieu of a $50,000 bond.
An Oakville man faces criminal charges after he shot at his ex-wife Saturday. Sanimir Mustic, 43, of the 3200 block of Kingsridge Manor Drive, was charged Sunday with second-degree domestic assault and armed criminal action. St. Louis County Police said Mustic fired a shot at the woman using an Inter Tech 9 mm Luger. The woman was not injured. Mustic is being held in St. Louis County jail. Bail was set at $50,000, cash only. If you have experienced or know someone who has experienced domestic or sexual violence, find resources through the St. Louis Ending Violence Against Women Network (SLEVAWN) or call the Safe Connections 24-hour crisis hotline at 314-531-2003.
Friday, March 1, 2013
St. Louis County Police said no one was injured in the Thursday evening blast.
A Mehlville man faces charges for causing an explosion outside the Avon Beauty Supply Store just before 8 p.m. Thursday in the 11800 block of Tesson Ferry Road. The explosion shook neighboring buildings and shattered a glass pane window and damaged window framing at the Avon Store. There are no known injuries from the blast. Joseph Wambach, 49, of the 4400 block of Mattis Road in Mehlville, was charged Friday with knowingly exploding or burning. Wambach was captured on surveillance video, according to court documents. He placed the unknown explosive object on the ground outside the Avon store and walked into a neighboring bar, according to a St. Louis County Police news release. Wambach struggled with officers from the St. Louis County …
Thursday, February 28, 2013
St. Louis County Police said Cynthia Waters hid the weapon, which officers said was used by her son to threaten his ex-girlfriend.
A woman faces a criminal charge after St. Louis County Police said she hid a shotgun used by her son in a crime. Cynthia Waters, 53, of the 4400 block of Little Chief Drive in South County, was charged Feb. 22 with tampering with physical evidence. St. Louis County Police said they were searching for a pistol-grip shotgun used by Waters’ son, Tyler Waters, in a domestic assault case. St. Louis County Police said Cynthia Waters told officers there were no guns in her home to her knowledge. When police officers searched her home, they found a pistol-grip shotgun hidden in a closet. According to a court document, calls between Tyler and Cynthia Waters incriminated her, and she also made incriminating statements to the police. Waters posted 10…