Police: Culpeppers CWE Window Damage Suspect

Culpeppers CWE Window Damage Suspect

Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the person responsible for damage to the Culpeppers Restaurant in the Central West End. The incident occurred on Friday, September 15, 2017. The suspect can be seen walking from the bottom of the video screen carrying a chair. Surveillance cameras catch the suspect walking across the street and throwing the chair into the Culpeppers window.

Also, we have since learned that after the window was broken by the suspect, a STLFD Firefighter/Paramedic (not a St. Louis Police Officer as stated in the Riverfront Time article) observed the broken window and, as trained, cleared the remaining glass to eliminate the sharp and dangerous pieces.

Anyone with information about the suspect should Contact CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-TIPS.

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Police: Incident at 20th and Locust involving unmarked police vehicle

Incident at 20th and Locust involving unmarked police vehicle

At around 7 p.m., officers pulled over a vehicle occupied by two wanted suspects on 20th at Locust. The driver was wanted for an Assault 1st and the passenger was wanted for Making a Terrorist Threat. Three firearms were recovered from the vehicle. While officers were making the arrest, a third suspect threw rocks at arresting officers. The third suspect was taken into custody and detained in the back of the blue Impala which is an unmarked police vehicle. The crowd started moving in a threatening manner towards the Impala and because of road closures, the car could not go forward. The officer driving the blue Impala backed down the street to safety. No injuries have been reported to the department at this time.

Police: Culpeppers Restaurant damage

Culpeppers Restaurant damage

We are currently attempting to identify this subject wanted for vandalizing Culpeppers Restaurant in the Central West End. On Friday, September 15, 2017 surveillance cameras caught this individual throwing an object through the window of the restaurant. Anyone with information about the incident should contact CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-TIPS.

Police: Persons of Interest in 8/26/17 Homicide in the 6000 block of N. Broadway

Persons of Interest in 8/26/17 Homicide in the 6000 block of N. Broadway

Investigators are seeking the public’s assistance to identify persons of interest in the 8/26/17 homicide of 27-year old Darius Rackley.

Investigators have found no evidence to suggest the victims did anything to become targeted and believe they were preyed upon by the suspects.

Anyone who can identify these persons of interest is urged to call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477). All calls are anonymous.

Police: Video from 8/23/17 Protest @ Manchester and Sarah

Video from 8/23/17 Protest @ Manchester and Sarah

***The Circuit Attorney’s Office issued warrants for Resisting Arrest/Detention/Stop By Fleeing, Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Operating A Motor Vehicle In A Careless & Imprudent Manner against Mark Colao, 59-year old male of the 2900 block of St. Vincent, in connection with the below incident.

On 8/23/17, a group of protesters marched from the Transgender Memorial to the intersection of Manchester and Sarah where they blocked traffic in all directions. A vehicle approached, stopped, honked its horn and attempted to drive around the protesters. The protesters surrounded the vehicle and began striking it with their hands and a flag pole. Several protesters also kicked and jumped on top of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle (white male) proceeded to drive away when three protesters (2 white females and 1 white male) fell from the vehicle. The three protesters reported minor injuries, but refused medical attention on the scene. Police attempted to stop driver of the vehicle who initially refused to stop. He stopped about a block away from the incident and was taken into custody for felony fleeing. The incident was captured on video. The investigation is ongoing.

Police: Video from 8/23/17 Protest @ Manchester and Sarah

Video from 8/23/17 Protest @ Manchester and Sarah

***The Circuit Attorney’s Office issued warrants for Resisting Arrest/Detention/Stop By Fleeing, Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Operating A Motor Vehicle In A Careless & Imprudent Manner against Mark Colao, 59-year old male of the 2900 block of St. Vincent, in connection with the below incident.

On 8/23/17, a group of protesters marched from the Transgender Memorial to the intersection of Manchester and Sarah where they blocked traffic in all directions. A vehicle approached, stopped, honked its horn and attempted to drive around the protesters. The protesters surrounded the vehicle and began striking it with their hands and a flag pole. Several protesters also kicked and jumped on top of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle (white male) proceeded to drive away when three protesters (2 white females and 1 white male) fell from the vehicle. The three protesters reported minor injuries, but refused medical attention on the scene. Police attempted to stop driver of the vehicle who initially refused to stop. He stopped about a block away from the incident and was taken into custody for felony fleeing. The incident was captured on video. The investigation is ongoing.

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