Crestwood Police Blotter: Rash of Tire Slashings in 'Quiet Neighborhood'
The following information was supplied by the Crestwood Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
The Crestwood was compiled from incident reports between June 2-6.
Saturday, June 2
A car was egged on Harwich.
Monday, June 4
Burglars got through a window on Buxton. As of press time it's unclear what was taken.
A business on Big Bend Boulevard reported an ID credit card theft.
Jewelry was taken from a retirement center.
A car was broken into on General Grant. A GPS system and a ring were taken.
Tuesday, June 5
A business on Big Bend Boulevard had a modern shortchange artist. One prepaid credit card was full, and before the cashier knew it, s/he had an empty one.
Wednesday, June 6
There were two different calls for graffiti on a wall and on a church. Police say that there is no symbolic connection and no connection to previous graffiti on Lindbergh Boulevard.
A bench was taken from a church on East Watson.
Friday, June 8
Five cars on Fox Park and one on Crestwood Drive had slashed tires and paint scratches.
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