Thursday, February 28, 2013
The property owner was not seriously injured. The deputy said John Davit ignored warnings to stay away from his former residence.
A St. Charles County man hit his former landlord with a car outside his former residence Monday, a St. Charles County Sheriff’s deputy said. John R. Davit, 66, was charged Tuesday with first-degree trespassing and third-degree assault. A St. Charles County Sheriff's deputy said Davit had been recently evicted from his residence in the first block of Jackson Place in St. Charles County near First Capitol and Highway 364. The deputy said Davit was warned by the property owner and law enforcement to stay off the property. However, Davit has returned to the property several times and ignored requests to leave, according to the report. On Monday, Davit drove his car directly at the property owner, hitting him in the left leg and knee with the …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
The woman was trying to get away from the man with the couple’s 1-year-old child, and ran up to a stranger’s home for refuge.
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- Joe Scott
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
A St. Charles man rammed his Ford Ranger pickup into his girlfriend’s car several times Saturday as the woman tried to get away from the man with the couple’s one-year-old son, St. Charles Police said. He then got out of his truck and began punching the driver’s window in attempt to get into the car, police said. The woman, who told police she feared for her and her son’s lives, burned her tires backing away from the man, a witness told police. She pulled into an unknown person’s driveway in the 1000 block of Pine Street. She ran up to the door with her son and knocked frantically on the door, and a resident let her in and called police. Wayne R. Rodrigues, 37, of the 1100 block of Olive in St. Charles, was charged Saturday with second-…
Friday, July 1, 2011
Police are searching for the man in the photos as a person of interest related to church break-ins throughout St. Charles County in May and June. They're also searching for information on the white car shown in photos.
St Charles Police released photos of a person of interest and a car that may be related to a number of church break-ins in May and June throughout St. Charles County. The photos are video captures from the St. Robert Bellarmine Church burglary attempt. Several other churches were burglarized in May and June, such as St. Joseph Catholic Church, Immanuel Lutheran Church, St. Peters Catholic Church, Calvary West Church and First United Methodist Church. St. Charles Police officers ask anyone who has information regarding the car or the man in the photos to call the St. Charles Crimestoppers Hotline at 636-949-3333, report it online at www.stcharlescrimestoppers.org or call St. Charles Police at 636-949-3300. For more information on those …
Saturday, February 26, 2011
A roundup of St. Louis news headlines for Monday.
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