Man Eats Pancakes and Runs; Police Find and Arrest Him

Weekly incident reports from the St. Louis County Police Department Fenton Precinct.

The following information was reported by the , Fenton Precinct.

A man ate a plate of pancakes Aug. 15 at the , 110 Kate Lane, Fenton, then left the restaurant without paying. His license plate number was recorded as he drove off and officers located him at his house. He was arrested.

Fenton police said a man attempted to "steal breakfast" Aug. 14 from , 1088 South Hwy. Drive. When officers approached, the man fled on foot and hid in some bushes. When he was arrested he gave officers false information. After police determined his correct name and other pedigree information, he was arrested.
A woman concealed jewelry in her purse Aug. 14 at , 115 Gravois Bluffs Plaza Drive, and left the store without paying. She was arrested.

A man hid three watches in his pocket Aug. 16 at at , 687 Gravois Bluffs Blvd., and left the store without paying. He was issued a summons.
A man left his cell phone on a counter Aug. 17 at Swing Around Fun Town, 335 Skinker Lane, and when he returned to retrieve it, he discovered it was missing. An investigation is ongoing.

Three juveniles were arrested Aug. 13 suspected of stealing multiple items from unlocked cars on Fenton Meadows Court. After their arrests they were released to their guardians.
A summons for peace disturbance was issued to a woman Aug. 14 who was standing in her yard on Imperial Lane at 1:15 a.m. yelling at someone through her cell phone

Two people were issued summonses Aug. 12 after they were discovered Dumpster diving and looking for metal to scrap at a business on Matrix Court.
A man told police he noticed on Aug. 14 that his 55-inch television was missing from his storage shed. He told a police officer he rented the storage shed knowing the door was broken and that it was only able to be opened three feet. An investigation is ongoing.

For questions about this report, contact Dan Barger at Dan.Barger@patch.com.


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