Monthly Archives: November 2009

Another burglary interrupted by homeowner

At around noon on 11/25/2009, Toni Sayre returned to her home on Riverside Drive in the Riverlake area of St. Albans. As she entered her home, she saw a person running out of the back door. SAPD responded with a K9 unit who tracked a scent, but lost it in the area of the walking […]
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Texting while driving

Regardless of the legality, texting on your cell phone while driving is dangerous. While the following link is targeted towards young people, we would all be wise to heed the warning.http://www.noys.org
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Illegal Aliens found at residence

Pedro Hernandez Demeza, 23 yoa Omar Rosales Cosquilla, 21 yoa While investigating a 911 hang-up call, Ptl. P. A. Bass discovered two men that were in the country illegally. Shortly before 2:00pm today, a 911 hang-up call received from a home in the 700 block of Cunningham Street. As is the standard procedure when receiving […]
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Nighttime Burglary suspect arrested 4 houses away

SAPD received a call from a resident in the 2200 block of Grant Avenue at about 3:50am. He said he was awakened by a noise inside his home. When he got up to investigate, he found a man in his house. He confronted the man who ran to the back door of the home and […]
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Convicted felon attempts to obtain a fraudulent prescription

Shortly before 9pm, the pharmacy in the Kroger Supermarket called police when a woman came in to pick up a prescription that was fraudulent. The pharmacy had been alerted to the scam by the pharmacy at the St. Albans K-Mart. In verifying a prescription in the same name, it was discovered that the physician had […]
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Pictures from robbery at Lewie’s

At about 2am on 11/16/2009, a male entered Lewie’s gambling parlor, brandished a knife and demanded money. The clerk surrendered cash and left. The suspect is a white male, but due to the mask & coveralls not much other details are available. Ptl. Marc Gilbert is investigating.
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Late night break-ins in St. Albans

Sometime during the late night of November 12 and early morning of November 13, there were three break-ins and one attempt in St. Albans. Outbuildings and garages were the targets of thieves. Usual items like lawn mowers, weed eaters, & leaf blowers were stolen. In addition a mountain bike, TV, & microwave oven were also […]
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Fraudulent Use of Debit Card

On the early evening of Nov 9, a man mistakenly left his debit card in the ATM at WV Federal Credit Union along MacCorkle Ave in St. Albans. A few seconds after he left, a car with two women in it found the card. He left his transaction still active, so they were able to […]
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Utility Pole Pulled Down

Shortly before 3pm, a utility poles was pulled over in the area of 6th Avenue & C Street. A tractor-trailer truck was pulling out of a parking lot when the trailer snagged a low-hanging phone line. Unknowing, the driver kept going which resulted in the utility pole being snapped in two. This pulled down phone […]
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Stabbing reported outside VIP Lounge

On the Olde Main Plaza side of the VIP Lounge, a woman was reported stabbed. The victim was involved in an altercation in and/or near the VIP Lounge. Terra Osborne (27 from St. Albans) was stabbed in both shoulders. She was taken to Thomas Memorial Hospital by Kan Co Ambulance. Her wounds are not life […]
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