House Fire, Meth Bust Are Among Top Police Stories in Fenton, High Ridge
The two stories were among the most read police stories on Fenton-High Ridge Patch in February 2013.
Want to know what's going on in your neighborhood? Here are the nine most-read police stories from Fenton-High Ridge Patch for February 2013:
The victim, who died in a two-alarm house fire in unincorporated Fenton, has been identified as 24-year-old Charles Odell.
Two people were caught dumpster diving Feb. 4 behind Value Village. Both were arrested.
A man was arrested for peace disturbance at Applebee's after he became irate that his coupons had expired.
A loss prevention officer at Walmart watched a customer load 73 items into a shopping cart and roll it out of the store without paying.
A call regarding a chemical odor in the 1700 block of W. Golden Circle led to the discovery of a meth lab in the home where the 28-year old lived.
This breaking news article noted that the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department was investigating a Fenton house fire after a man's body was found.
A Fenton woman and a House Springs man were taken to the hospital following a car/motorcycle crash.
A Fenton man faced two felony DWI charges after being pulled over by police twice within five months.
Two High Ridge men were charged with second-degree burglary in connection to multiple High Ridge incidents.