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Month in Crime: Burger King Shooting Hoax, Man Struck By Ambulance Questioned for Bank Robbery

An end-of-month report collects the major crime stories from Sunset Hills-Crestwood Patch in September.

Police: Burger King Shooting Didn’t Happen in Sunset Hills

A man who claimed he approached by a stranger in the Burger King parking lot and shot multiple times following an altercation was lying, Sunset Hills police confirmed.

Man Hit By Ambulance on I-44 Connected to Fenton Bank Robbery

It turns out the Fenton man who was struck while walking along Interstate 44 earlier this month was wanted for questioning in connection to a bank robbery earlier that week. After being taken into custody by police, Joseph L. Haring was also charged with robbing a Chesterfield Walgreen's.

A Hazelwood man faces a criminal charge after Sunset Hills Police discovered illicit photos on his phone Aug. 23. An investigation revealed that he may have shown pornographic photos to a 6-year-old girl in Sunset Hills

A victim claimed a Fenton man had sexual contact with her from ages 4 to 7, according to police. He is charged with eight counts of child molestation.

A man charged with stealing jewelry valued at more than $200,000 in Ladue also faces stealing related charges in Crestwood and Glendale. His girlfriend also is charged with stealing.

The man told police he'd been taking items from the neighbor for about six weeks.

Police Investigating "Lindbergh Fights" Videos

Parents who were concerned about a Facebook page and YouTube videos depicting Lindbergh High School students fighting compelled the school district to involve police. 

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