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Cleaning Woman's Theft, Schnucks ID Problem Are Among Top Police Stories in Clayton, Richmond Heights

The two stories were among the most read police stories on Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch in March 2013.

Want to know what's going on in your neighborhood? Here are the 10 most-read police stories from Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch for March 2013:

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A cleaning woman is accused of stealing a Rolex watch from a home she cleaned in the 7400 block of Somerset Avenue in Clayton.

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The accident happened near the Dorchester by Forest Park.

3) Richmond Heights Police: Baby Mama Drama at The Galleria

Richmond Heights Police dealt with several thefts at the Galleria and other crime between March 1-8.

4) ID Theft Cases Tied To Schnucks: Should You Be Concerned?

Authorities from jurisdictions around the St. Louis area are confirming reports in recent days that Schnucks, the Maryland Heights-based grocery chain, may have had its credit card collection system compromised, making consumers vulnerable to identity theft.

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Richmond Heights Police dealt with several thefts at the Galleria and other crime between March 13-19.

6) Police Spot Man Concealing Gun in Pocket

Clayton Police said they found Christopher Jones with a handgun in his pocket when they responded to a disturbance in the 300 block of South Hanley Road.

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Richmond Heights Police dealt with several thefts at the Galleria and other crime between Feb. 22-26 2013.

8) Alcohol Monitoring for Nurse Who Filed False Police Report

Stacy L. Warren is charged with filing a false report with the Clayton Police Department. She told officials that a man she thought was a police officer pulled her out of her car, punched her and threw her to the ground on Polo Drive.

9) Clayton Police Blotter: Vehicle Stolen

The Clayton Police Department reported the following incidents on its website on March 25. 

10) Are You Living In a Former Meth House?

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