Crestwood Police Blotter: Identity Theft, Items Taken from Watson Road Business

Reports from Crestwood Police on area enforcement and criminal activity.

The  provided the following list of incidents reported in the area for July 28- Aug. 3:

Saturday, July 28

  • A credit card was stolen from a vehicle on Del Vista.

Monday, July 30

  • A camera, two airsoft guns, and dumbbells were taken from a business on Watson Road which police said was unlocked.
  • Someone drove off after fueling up at Mobil on the Go, 9950 Big Bend Rd. 

Tuesday, July 31

  • Property damage was reported to a building at Sappington Road and Hartsdale Drive.

Wednesday, Aug. 1

  • A Liggett Avenue resident reported an identity theft after she was contacted by a collection agency. 

Thursday, Aug. 2

  • Someone put graffiti on an electric box on Sappington Road.
  • The license plates tabs of a vehicle on Banyon Tree were stolen.
John Rodgers August 08, 2012 at 04:56 PM
It good that the police dept has a list of issues for the week, i also noticed that the business had an airsoft gun as opposed to a real gun which in my opinion is very smart. i play with airsoft guns that i get from http://airsplat.com/ and have also noticed that some police depts train with airsoft guns which is a lot safer you know. the last thing a business owner, business, or city wants is an innocent persons death.


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