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Criminal Minds: Dangers of Traveling in Your Buddy's Pants

A roundup of odd and unusual crimes in the St. Louis area.

Counter Attack at Police Station

Police arrested an intoxicated woman on suspicion of disorderly conduct May 30 after police said she became combative and climbed onto the front lobby counter at the Richmond Heights Police Department. It began earlier in the day when police responded to a report that someone was blowing a car horn repeatedly in the 1600 block of Bellevue Avenue, according to police. Upon investigation, they found the 25-year-old woman sitting in her car and talking to her boyfriend by phone. The car was turned off. Police brought her to the station to await her boyfriend. After her arrest, her boyfriend arrived and she was released to him.

Be Careful if You Wear Your Friend's Pants

A St. Louis County Police Officer stopped a vehicle that had been having difficulty staying in one lane. After pulling the male driver over, the officer spotted a handgun in the car. A subsequent search of the man resulted in finding drugs and drug paraphernalia in the man's pockets. The driver said he didn't know anything about the illegal contents because he was wearing his friend's pants.

Minimal Home Makeover

Someone moved solar lights at a home in St. Charles May 25, damaging two of them in the process.

Extreme Purse Snatchers

Three people working together stole seven purses May 26 from  in St. Charles.

A Pillowcase Bandit

Someone broke into a home in Fenton. The burglar removed a pillowcase from a pillow, then looked through closets and drawers but stole nothing.

It Was Empty

A woman was charged with attempting to steal a trashcan from the 

Three Grand Stashed Among Her Unmentionables

A Creve Coeur woman reported to police that $3,000 went missing from her underwear drawer sometime between May 12 and May 20.

No Desktop Icons Reported Missing

A representative from Microsoft's local office contacted  May 25 to report a stolen desk.

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