Thursday, October 4, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Rock Hill Police Department for the week ending Sept. 26. Arrests or charges mentioned in this report do not indicate convictions.
Thursday, Sept. 20 Police were called for a traffic accident in the 9300 block of Manchester. One person was transported to the hospital and an Ameren utility pole was damaged. Friday, Sept. 21 A stolen shotgun was recovered from a vacant home in the 1000 block of Charleville. Sunday, Sept. 23 Monday, Sept. 24 Police responded to an alarm sounding in the 1100 block of Wagner Pl. An investigation revealed an insecure rear door, but the building checked secure. Tuesday, Sept. 25 Someone called police regarding an open door on a home in the 900 block of Fairdale. Further investigation revealed the wind most likely blew the doo open. Nothing was disturbed. Wednesday Sept. 26 A resident in the 1100 block of Martha reported an identity theft. …
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Saturday's parade will start at Miriam Learning Center at 11 a.m. and will end at the Market at McKnight. Be sure to stop by the "Webster Groves Patch" booth for goodies!
Rock Hill will kick off its fall festival with a parade, which begins at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6. The parade will feature two marching bands, the Shriner’s mini patrol cars, the former Grant’s Farm tour train, classic autos, baton and dance squads, a canine contingent and community and business groups. The parade will start at Miriam Learning Center, located at 501 Bacon Ave. It will proceed east on Bismark Avenue, north on N. Rock Hill Road, west on Manchester Road., north on N. Rock Hill Road, west on Hillchester Place, south on Rockman Place., east on Rockman Court and south on N. Rock Hill Road. It will then cross Manchester Road, entering festival site at the Market at McKnight. The festival will begin at 11:30 a.m. with a "Taste…
Friday, September 28, 2012
Check out the round up of stories related to crime in or near the city during the month of September.
In case you missed them, these are the crime stories published in September 2012 from police in Webster Groves, Warson Woods and Rock Hill. Missing Rock Hill Woman Finds Her Way Home Intoxicated Person Arrested After Becoming Belligerent With Police Woman Arrested For Holding Ex-Boyfriend Captive in Her Apartment Woman Receives Envelope With Pornographic Images Warson Woods Police: Kids Shooting Air Guns Asked to Leave Area Vehicle Stolen In Webster Groves Recovered in East St. Louis Cops Arrest Three Suspected of Stealing 'Male Enhancement Drug' 'Large Quantity' of Pot Leads to Man's Arrest in Rock Hill Really? Cops Had to Respond to a Guy Who Wouldn't Pay His Cab Fare Vandals Set Fire to Playground Equipment at Webster Recreation Complex…
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Kevin Worley, a suspect in Friday's Rock Hill home invasion, was fatally shot by police Wednesday at a Rock Hill gas station. The man's father called KMOV-TV saying his son was "suffering from a mental breakdown."
Kevin Worley, the man suspected in Friday's Rock Hill home invasion, was fatally shot Wednesday by Rock Hill police at the Conoco Gas Station at 9601 Manchester Rd. His father, the Rev. Steve Robinson-Worley, called KMOV-TV Wednesday saying that his 25-year-old son has "suffered a mental breakdown." He told the station that when he last saw his son on Monday, he was emaciated and talking about the end of the world. Around 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, police surrounded Worley at the gas station where his photo was behind the register, according to KMOV-TV. Officers asked Worley to show his hands, at which point he pulled out a weapon. Police then shot Worley in the chest. A witness at the scene, Josh Jones, told Patch he heard one shot. Shortly…
The following information was supplied by the Rock Hill Police Department for the week ending Sept. 19. Arrests or charges mentioned in this report do not indicate convictions.
Thursday, Sept 13 Saturday, Sept. 15 A mirror was broken on a vehicle in the 900 block of Blossom. Sunday, Sept. 16 Monday, Sept. 17 Tuesday, Sept. 18 A person reported that he/she lost a wallet in front of a retail store in the 9600 block of Manchester.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Stltoday.com is reporting that the man fatally shot by police at the Conoco Gas Station this afternoon was the suspect involved in Friday's Rock Hill home invasion.
Rock Hill police say an officer fatally shot the man suspected in Friday's Rock Hill home invasion at the Conoco Gas Station at 9601 Manchester Road this afternoon, stltoday.com reports. The man pointed a gun at officers on the lot of the station, according to the online newspaper. Police shot the man in the chest and recovered weapons in the man's car. Patch was on scene shortly after the shooting and was unable to confirm the information reported on stltoday.com Rock Hill City Manager George Liyeos told Patch the investigation was now being handled by the St. Louis County Police Department. He said the department was expected to release a statement shortly. Josh Jones, of Rock Hill, was in the gas station when the incident occurred. He …
The officer-involved shooting happened around 4:30 p.m. at the Conoco on Manchester, according to Fox 2.
An officer-involved shooting has been reported at the Conoco Gas Station at 9601 Manchester Road, according to our partners at Fox 2. Patch has a call into the Rock Hill Police Department and is heading to the scene. Fox 2 reports there is a strong police presence in the area from other local departments. We will provide an update as soon as more information is available.
Monday, September 24, 2012
An armed man allegedly walked into a Rock Hill home Friday, confronted a woman and fled with her vehicle. A similar incident occurred in Brentwood in mid-July.
Rock Hill police are urging residents to lock their doors, especially when they are home, after responding to a recent home invasion. On Friday morning a man allegedly armed with a silver handgun walked into a home in the 1500 block of Blue Bell Lane near Manchester Road, police said. He entered through an unlocked door, stayed for about 10 minutes demanding the woman's vehicle and then drove away in her 2010 black Honda CRV. The 55-year old woman was not hurt in the incident. "A crime of this nature is unheard of in this area," said Kevin Clinton, a Rock Hill police officer. "But it unfortunately may be becoming a trend. There was a home invasion in Brentwood just two or three months ago on Parkside. That's why we are encouraging people …
Sunday, September 23, 2012
An armed man allegedly entered the Rock Hill home, stayed for about 10 minutes and then stole the woman's vehicle, according to KMOV-TV. She was not injured in the incident.
Saturday, September 22, 2012
A armed man allegedly entered the Rock Hill home through an unlocked door, stayed for about 10 minutes and then stole the homeowner's Honda CRV, according to KMOV-TV.
Rock Hill police are asking for your help in locating a man who allegedly walked into a woman's home through an unlocked door Friday and then stole her vehicle. Police say the armed man stayed in the home on Blue Bell Lane for about 10 minutes before driving away in her 2010 black Honda CRV, KMOV-TV reports. Authorities said the suspect has brown hair and a thin build and was wearing a red flannel shirt and jeans with holes in both knees. Police released a video of the suspect in a convenience store. Patch was unable to obtain the video and photos from the Rock Hill Police Department. However, you can see the video and photos on KMOV-TV. The victim, who is in her 50s, was not injured in the incident, according to KMOV. A bright orange “St …