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No-good Grinch targeting working people
We regret to inform you that our neighborhoods have recently been victim to a few scams that are hitting the entire St. Louis area. And with your extra eyes, we can stop it from happening again to another good resident of Beverly Hills.
Our residents are proudly on the lookout for anything out of place, or could develop into a crime if left unchecked. And we thank you for helping our Police Department and your neighbors with all the good tips! And we continue to need your help…
In the last week, we were targeted by car thieves who steal cars warming up in the morning while the resident is inside their home getting ready for work. Cars are taken from the street or driveway–any car left running with no driver is fair game for these despicable thieves who target our hard working residents. It may not be as comfortable to get into a cold car, but it sure beats walking to work in the cold! PLEASE DON'T WARM YOUR CAR UP UNLESS YOU STAY IN THE VEHICLE!
What can you do to help us? Call 911 to report any suspicious cars lurking in the morning you feel may be looking for idling cars. People don't generally linger in your neighborhood if they have a job to get to. If you see vehicles that are circling the block or driving slow (especially when everyone else is focused on not being late to work), that is suspicious and could be these jobless car thieves. Please let us know immediately!
We also need your eyes on another scam. The thief will knock on the front door, and when no one answers, break into the back door. If someone knocks on your door and asks for someone who doesn't live there or other simple excuse be suspicious, call 911 and let the police investigate them. It is illegal to go door-to-door selling anything unless they obtain a city permit. If you see someone going door-to-door in this manner, let our Police know about it so we can catch this thief!
Want to help your neighbors and learn or share more? Come to the Neighborhood Watch meeting Saturday, March 28 at noon in the Police Department. Be sure to check this website's calendar for future meetings!
The City of Beverly Hills, Vinita Park, and Velda Village Hills have teamed up to offer all people hiding from outstanding misdemeanor warrants an opportunity to have them canceled and assigned a new court date–FREE OF CHARGE!
Stop avoiding the stress you have allowed them to put on you!
The courts will wipe them away and offer a new court date for the original offense ALL FOR FREE! But this is a limited opportunity, WHICH ENDS THIS WEEK.
Also, the courts have established payment plans and fine reduction programs to help you.
We know you work hard, and 9-5 isn’t a convenient time to take advantage of this life changing event, but we are encouraging you to find the time. That is why the City has authorized 24 hour staffing to make it as convenient as possible to do the right thing.
All you have to do is show up to the Beverly Hills Police department and speak with an officer, or call (314) 889-2341 and ask to have an officer meet you at the station.
The City of Beverly Hills is excited to announce funding that will hire 4 police officers! To apply, you must pick up an application from the police department located at 7150 Natural Bridge, or call 314-382-6544 to make arrangements to have a packet mailed out. Please click here for more details!
The event was a great opportunity to practice our preparedness plans and meet all the wonderful businesses and neighbors who make our community such a vibrant place to live and work! The BBQ was a great success and the children all had fun! Thank you for your support!