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Incident reports for St. Charles County

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Incident reports for St. Charles County

Selected incident reports provided by the St. Charles County Sheriff's Department.

The following information is from selected reports provided by the St. Charles County Sheriff's Department:


High-voltage electrical cables were reported stolen from the basement of a vacant home listed for sale in the 2900 block of Mamelles Drive. The real estate agent who listed the property reported Nov. 3 that when last inside the home Oct. 30, all appeared normal. But when he returned on Nov. 3, he found heavy duty staples lying on the floor in the basement. Those staples had been used to attach two 30-foot strands of 220-volt cables to the basement rafters. The strands ran from the electrical distribution panel to a water heater and a clothes dryer. A damage estimate was unavailable. [Map highlight 1]


A resident in the 3700 block of Coriander Court reported Nov. 5 that after providing an acquaintance with temporary living quarters, she found that $150 in cash, a $600 vacuum cleaner and a $400 diamond bracelet had been stolen. She said the acquaintance had a history of narcotic abuse. [Map highlight 2]

A flat-bed trailer was reported stolen Nov. 8 from Ungerboeck Systems International, 100 Ungerboeck Park. The trailer, described as a black Dool flat-bed, was valued at $3,950. It had been stored on the business parking lot. [Map highlight 4]

A homeowner in the 3800 block of Pine Forest Lane reported Nov. 8 that someone entered his Dodge Ram pickup truck and stole two handguns stored inside. The weapons were described as a .45-caliber Smith and Wesson MP compact automatic valued at $600 and a two-toned .45-caliber Sig Sauer 1911 C3 with rosewood grips valued at $900. Other valuables in the truck were not disturbed. [Map highlight 3]

Stealing from a motor vehicle

A homeowner in the 3500 block of Chervil Drive reported Nov. 7 that someone entered his Infinity SUV, which had been parked in the driveway, and took a laptop valued at $3,000 and an iPod valued at $300. He was unsure if the car had been locked. There were no signs of forced entry.

A woman who left her unlocked vehicle only momentarily while at the U-Gas service station, 2311 Upper Bottom Road, reported someone stole her iPad and its leather carrying case from the car seat. Value was placed at $760.

Stealing of a motor vehicle

The owner of a 1997 green Taurus reported Nov. 3 that after lending his car to an acquaintance, the car was stolen off a parking lot where it was returned. The acquaintance said the car was parked on the lot of a 7-11 store at 7901 Mexico Road per his agreement with the owner. However, when the owner went to retrieve the car, it was gone. Value was placed at $3,000. [Map highlight 5]

Illegal use of a laser on aircraft

Deputies were called to assist a Metro Air Support police helicopter after a report that a green laser was used to target low-flying aircraft. The first report was shortly after midnight Nov. 4 when a laser lit the unidentified aircraft as it passed over Highway 94 near Harvester Road. That pilot made the initial call to authorities and provided a general location. As the pilot of the Chesterfield-based police helicopter responded to the area, a laser illuminated the helicopter cockpit. The pilot pinpointed the location and had patrol deputies converge on a house in the 100 block of Venice Circle. When they arrived they found a 30-year-old man in possession of an active green laser. He was taken into custody and the case referred to federal authorities. Lighting an aircraft with a ground-based laser is a federal offense. [Map highlight 6]


A homeowner in the 3600 block of Coriander Drive reported Nov. 4 that numerous tools were stolen from the house. The homeowner had recently purchased the home, but delayed moving in until it had been rehabbed. The tools belonged to a contractor working on the home's interior. Taken were two cordless drills valued at $250 and $200, a circular saw valued at $100, a reciprocating saw valued at $100 and a tool pouch containing a hammer and tape measure valued at $100. Entrance to the home was forced through a rear door. Damage to the door amounted to $450. [Map highlight 7]

A homeowner in the 100 block of Brickdale Court reported Nov. 7 that someone entered the open garage and stole numerous items, including a laptop valued at $2,000, a table saw valued at $300, two reciprocating saws valued at $398, three drills valued at $737 and a chain saw valued at $250. The laptop was stolen from an unlocked car parked in the garage.

Property damage

A resident in the 200 block of Silvers Road reported Nov. 7 that a brake line was severed on his 2007 Victory motorcycle parked at the property and that the bike was pushed onto its side, causing deep scratches to the gas tank and other areas of the bike. He also reported that a 5-gallon can of diesel fuel stored outside was dumped into his pond and the fuel tank to a 2010 John Deere tractor was filled with water. A female acquaintance was being listed as a suspect. [Map highlight 8]

An O'Fallon resident reported Nov. 3 that someone keyed the passenger door of her late-model Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck. She told investigators she was uncertain where the damage occurred.


A 31-year-old man was arrested Nov. 4 on Research Park Court for driving while suspended, failure to register a motor vehicle and driving while intoxicated.

Animal destruction

A deer that had been struck Nov. 8 at Towers and Gerald roads was euthanized by a deputy after its injuries were determined to be too severe for survival.


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