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Mom Turns in Son After Finding Weed in Backpack and More

The Richmond Heights Police Department reported the following incidents on its website.

The Richmond Heights Police Department reported the following incidents on its website.

Tuesday, July 24
A man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting his girlfriend at the . An issue about cell-phone usage prompted the assault, police said.

A perpetrator took two items without paying for them from , 18 The Boulevard. The manager later identified the suspect, who had been caught on camera. The report was filed with police on July 27.

Wednesday, July 25
Damage was found on the driver's door handle of a vehicle parked in the lot of the , 6706 Clayton Rd.

Thursday, July 26
A 2000 Dodge Intrepid was recovered in St. Louis city after being stolen the previous day from the parking lot of the AMC Esquire 7. The victim had been watching a movie at the time of the theft.

Two people were arrested on suspicion of stealing from at the Galleria. One suspect, a woman, was arrested without incident. The other suspect, a man, was arrested after a short chase on foot. Police applied for warrants in the case.

A juvenile was arrested on suspicion of possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the 1200 block of Moorlands Drive. His mother turned him in after finding the items in his backpack. The will handle the case.

Friday, July 27
A person was arrested on suspicion of stealing several items of food items from , 6600 Clayton Rd. Police applied for a warrant.

A perpetrator used a BB gun to shoot at windows and a door of a home in the 7300 block of Laveta Avenue. A witness saw three people in a light-colored vehicle at the time of the incident, and he reported seeing one of them in the back seat holding a black handgun. The victim previously reported vehicle damage from a BB gun on June 27. In a separate report, the victim told police that the rear window of her vehicle had been damaged by BB gun pellets.

Saturday, July 28
Two windows on the driver's side of a vehicle were damaged overnight on Lovella Avenue at Claytonia Avenue. The vehicle had been parked on the street.

A window on the driver's side of a vehicle was damaged overnight in the 1200 block of Moorlands Drive. It was parked on the street.

Sunday, July 29
Two adults were arrested on suspicion of stealing from Macy's at the Galleria. One of the suspects tried to give an officer false information about her identity. Police applied for warrants in the case.

Monday, July 30
Two brothers, an adult and a juvenile, are suspected of having assaulted each other during an argument in the 7200 block of Delta Avenue. No injuries were reported. The St. Louis County Family Court and the Richmond Heights prosecutor were expected to review the case.

A victim reported unknowingly purchasing a stolen iPhone that had been advertised on Craigslist. She tried to activate the phone with her service provider, which informed her of the phone's history.

A victim reported that her wallet had been stolen from her office at Momentum Advertising, 7930 Clayton Rd. She later found it in another location. Forty dollars had been taken from it.

Tuesday, July 31
An adult was arrested on suspicion of stealing from Macy's at the Galleria. The city's court is expected to review the case.

Five juveniles were arrested on suspicion of property destruction after police said they saw them taking bulbs off of a string of lights on the patio of , 2 The Boulevard. They were released to their parents.

Editor's note: Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch publishes crime log information for both Clayton and Richmond Heights. Richmond Heights provides crime updates on its website, as does Clayton. View the directory listing. For questions about this crime log, email nate.birt@patch.com.

Bryan Simmons August 05, 2012 at 01:20 PM
If my mother had done to me what that #%$&^# Clayton mother did, I would have exacted a great deal of revenge. 7 X 7. It is very unwise to betray someone you live with, and has access to your food, toiletries, etc.

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