Friday, November 2, 2012
Check out the crime stories that got the most hits on Sunset Hills-Crestwood Patch this month--plus an update the man who claimed he was shot at Burger King.
Possible Murder-Suicide in Sunset Hills: Sunset Hills Police believe 72-year-old Monique Martin shot 73-year-old Wayne Bales Sunday before turning the gun on herself. The couple was scheduled to leave for a Caribbean cruise that day. Crestwood Woman Sold Stolen Items Worth $100,000, Police Say: Tracy Rockwell faces several charges for selling jewelry and silver police believe was stolen by her boyfriend. Justin Roux faces theft charges in Crestwood, Glendale, Ladue and Creve Coeur in excess of $228,000. Man Steal's Dad's Truck; Father Ends Up With Broken Leg: The man was able to track his vehicle to the Crestwood Kohl's parking lot. The man's friend drove off in the truck while the father was hanging onto the door handle, breaking the man’…
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Sunset Hills police has filed charges against a man for making a false report.
Sunset Hills Police have confirmed that a man who claimed to have been shot several times by a stranger in the Burger King parking lot in September has been charged with filing a false police report. Dave Knight, the Communications Supervisor at the Sunset Hills police department said the man has been issued a summons to appear before the Sunset Hills court. Officers said the 45-year-old man was actually shot in Jennings, Mo. St. Louis County Police have taken over the investigation. In September the man arrived at an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries and said he was approached by a stranger while walking from his car into the restaurant. He said the stranger pointed a long barrel revolver at him, and that he was shot …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
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. Child Pornography Found on Man's Cell Phone, Police Say A Hazelwood man faces a criminal charge after Sunset Hills Police discovered illicit photos on his phone Aug. 23. …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Sunset Hills police will pursue charges for making a false report against a man who said he was shot multiple times in the fast food restaurant's parking lot on Sept. 17.
[Editor's note: This article was updated Sept. 20 at 10 a.m. to include a comment from the St. Louis County Police Department.] Sunset Hills Police determined that a man who said he'd been shot multiple times by a stranger in the Burger King parking lot Monday evening gave officers false information. Officers said the 45-year-old man was actually shot in Jennings, Mo. St. Louis County Police have taken over the investigation. Monday night the man, who arrived at an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries, said he was approached by a stranger while walking from his car into the restaurant. He said the stranger pointed a long barrel revolver at him, and that he was shot several times following a struggle to grab the weapon. Sunset …
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
No new information is available, but the fast food restaurant's general manager told FOX2 there was "apparently some question" where the shooting occurred.
Sunset Hills police have yet to offer additional details about a shooting Monday evening, which the victim said occurred in the Burger King parking lot off Lindbergh Boulevard. The 45-year-old man told police he was approached by a man with a long barrel revolver, and shot following a struggle to disarm his attacker. The restaurant's general manager told FOX2's Chris Regnier that there was “apparently some question from officers last night about whether the shooting actually happened here or somewhere else." Check out the full video above. Subscribe to Patch's daily newsletter for updates on this developing story.
A 45-year-old man suffered multiple gunshot wounds, which he said occurred after a struggle with a stranger in the fast food restaurant's parking lot Monday evening.
A man says he was shot Monday in the parking lot at the Sunset Hills Burger King, located at the intersection of Sunset Hills Plaza and Lindbergh Boulevard. The incident was not reported at the restaurant, but later that evening when the victim's wife escorted him to an area hospital. Police say he was approached by a man with a long barrel revolver while walking through the parking lot around 8:30 p.m. Sunset Hills police are still investigating the incident. A man in dark clothing approached the victim from behind and asked for the time, according to a release from the department. When the victim turned around the man pointed the gun. A shot was discharged during a struggle when the victim attempted to grab the weapon. The man then got …