The following was reported by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department
Quail Hollow Drive, Fenton
Electricians' work tools, valued at $13,165, were stolen sometime between Oct. 5 and Oct. 8 from a business on Quail Hollow Drive, Fenton. Missing were a chain hoist, lay-up stick, short lay up stick, a Sherman roller, a come along rope, a Stihl pole drill, an old safety harness two pole straps, a Jackson bender Stihl chain saw, two pull ropes, seven new clip rollers four A-frame rollers, ten old clip rollers, a new canvas bag, a bucket bag and miscellaneous lineman tools. The thieves initially cut a padlock on the front gate of the business property, entered the property, then cut the locks on the bed of a utility truck, removing several items.
West Industrial Park, Fenton
A 16-foot white utility trailer was stolen Oct. 4 from a business on West Industrial Park, Fenton. It was valued at $1,500. The owner of the business said the trailer had been parked in the front parking lot and that surveillance cameras at the business provided poor-quality images that were not useful in identifying the thief.
|Coil Road, Fenton|
Someone kicked in the rear door to a home sometime between Sept. 12-14 on Coil Road, Fenton, and stole two base floor heaters an a water heater. The incident was reported by a contractor at the home who discovered the theft. The homeowner told a sheriff's deputy the home hadn't been rented in more than a year and had last been checked on in July.
|Ocean Drive, Fenton|
A woman reported to sheriff's deputies that someone entered her home between midnight and 10:30 a.m. Oct. 6 and stole prescription medications she took for back and leg pains. Missing were 84 oxycodone tablets. The woman said she and a friend were sleeping at the home at the time of the incident and did not see or hear anything. The woman also has a dog that did not bark at any time during the night, according to the deputy's report. The deputy dusted for fingerprints, but found none.
|Woburn Drive, High Ridge|
Construction tools a computer and construction supplies, valued at $2,500, were stolen sometime between Sept. 30 and Oct. 6 from a house on Woburn Drive, High Ridge. Missing were a Toshiba Sattelite laptop, a DeWalt drill kit, a 100-foot yelloe extension cord, 10 partial rolls of electric wire a 16-foot extension ladder, an air conditioner and copper water pipes. The items were stolen while the homeowner was out of town on business, according to the deputy's report. Entry to the home was made by breaking the window of a rear door.
|Sun Valley Circle, Fenton|
A debit card was stolen from a company truck Oct 6 at a business on Sun Valley Circle, Fenton. The deputy's report said the burglar entered the business through a side door. There was no forced entry on the door, the business owner told a deputy he believed the suspect was a former employee. The suspect tried to use the debit card later at a nearby gas station.
|Erb Industrial Drive, Fenton|
A man who tried to purchase three Honda generators Aug. 17 from a business on Erb Industrial Drive, Fenton, ultimately drove off with the generators, leaving behind a bogus cashier's check for $6,464.43.
|Saline Road, Fenton|
Game systems and a bottle of cherry whiskey were reported missing Oct. 8 from a home on Saline Road, Fenton. Missing were an Xbox, a Halo reach special edition, a Kinect sensor and bottle of Seagram's 7 cherry-flavored whiskey. The value of the items was set at $490. The thieves gained entry to the home by forcing their way through a basement door.