Weekly incident reports from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.
The following information was reported by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Questions about the report may be directed to editor Ryan Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police are investigating the theft of a trailer from High Ridge Boulevard.
The trailer, which is valued at $2,500, was reported stolen sometime between 3 p.m. on Dec. 22 and 11 a.m. on Dec. 26, as noted in an incident report.
It's described as a 1999 Hallmark box trailer measured at 16 feet by 7 feet. The trailer is white with Missouri license plates.
An $800 king mattress, which was inside the trailer, also was stolen.
For more crime information on Patch, please see the following articles:
12:53 pm on Thursday, January 3, 2013
never heard back from the police. When I made a report on theft taken from me at deer creek career center theft. of 2700.00 dollars cash that was taken out of my bag. and would not have gotten any back if my daughter had not threatened to bring the police with her. suddenly out of no where the bag appeared. missing 2700.00 in cash. dont suppose you found that. Debra Keller
1:17 pm on Thursday, January 3, 2013
also had an identity theft at 5905 Staely Ave. they took my whole wallet with 600 to 700 dollars. the house was locked. the door was a jar. and they were inside the house. We didnt know they were in the house. I went in and took my sleeping pills undressed and went to sleep. the owner of the house went down stairs to play on his compiter. the went into the kitchen and took my wallet and left. The next morning I woke up and ask the owner where was my wallet. we looked all over the 'house. and made a police report with Detective Wolf. He said his team would start the investigation on monday. we did some detective work our selves. and in 3 stops we had the criminals on video using my debit cards. The two young men had bought cig. and used the Red box to get vidios and bought 4 metro passes. They had even went to Dirt cheep and several Service stations buying cig. and anything they could. I never heard what happened, to them but I wasn't the only victom in this theft. It was a large group that pulled this off. The adults involved in this caper were captured. I never heard from Detective again. Debra Keller, but was Debra Mills at the time.
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