Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The Secret Service is not yet officially involved in an investigation, but has advice for worried St. Louis County consumers.
Authorities from jurisdictions around the St. Louis area are confirming reports in recent days that Schnucks, the Maryland Heights-based grocery chain, may have had its credit card collection system compromised, making consumers vulnerable to identity theft. Creve Coeur Police and the St. Louis County Police are some of the agencies which have taken reports. The St. Louis County Wildwood Precinct posted an alert on its Facebook page Wednesday stating the department has taken numerous reports for fraudulent use of a credit device. Police also warned, "You may have seen the news and learned there had been a recent epedemic of these reports throughout St. Louis County and its municipalities. We are asking that you be vigilant in checking your…
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Schnucks is hiring for all of its St. Louis area stores. The job fair is Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at the Ladue Crossing Shopping Center store.
According to its website, Schnucks is now hiring for all positions at all of its St. Louis area stores. The grocery chain is holding a job fair from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wed., March 27, Thurs., March 28 and Fri., March 29 at the Ladue Crossing Shopping Center Schnucks store located at 8857 Ladue Rd. in Ladue. According to the store's website, the store is seeking to fill part-time positions and all require weekend availability. "The successful candidates will have a strong work ethic and a commitment to customer focus," Schnucks stated on its website. Applicants should apply online before attending the job fair. They can also call the Schnucks Employment Hotline at (314) 994-4170 or (800) 459-HIRE.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Ladue Police found the man in the grocery store parking lot at the wheel with the engine running.
Ladue Police said they found a man passed out behind the wheel of his car with the engine running in a parking lot at 8867 Ladue Road at 2:51 a.m. Friday. Jeremiah Maples, 25, of St. Louis, was charged with DWI as a persistent offender. It was his third DWI charge since 2005. He pleaded guilty to one of the charges last August. Ladue Police said officers woke Maples up. The officers said his eyes were bloodshot and water, he slurred his speech and could not stand without assistance. He was unable to perform a sobriety field test and refused a breathalyzer test. Police obtained a search warrant to take a breathalyzer but did not release the results. Maples is being held in St. Louis County jail in lieu of a $10,000 bond. He pleaded guilty …
Saturday, December 29, 2012
New Year's Eve is champagne's time to shine.
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Ladue and Frontenac residents will soon be ringing in the New Year, a time when champagnes and sparkling wines rule the drink menu. Choices of these great sparklers can be overwhelming, so let's review which ones may be best for your New Year's Eve dinner or celebration. Generally speaking, people refer to all sparkling wines as champagne. Actually, the only wines that can be called champagne are the ones that are produced in the Champagne region of France, hence the name. Wines produced outside this region of France are called by different names. The primary grapes used to produce champagne are Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. There are now only five family-owned champagne houses in France, and Laurent-Perrier is the largest of…
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Victim was a woman, 77-years-old. Suspect fled the scene and is at large.
- POLICE & FIRE
- James Baer
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Monday afternoon at 4:30 p.m., at the Schnuck’s Store located at 10275 Clayton Road a 77 year old female had her purse forcibly taken from her. The victim was entering the west side of the store when a male approached her from behind and grabbed her purse. Prior to the incident, the suspect was standing by himself near the west entry doors. While the suspect began pulling the purse from her hands the victim held on to the purse causing the victim to fall to the ground. The suspect is described as: a white male; late teens; approximately five feet-eight inches tall. The suspect was wearing a red hooded sweatshirt with writing on the front and the hood pulled around his face. The suspect ran from the scene in an unknown direction. If you …
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
DWI, identity theft, larceny all highlight this week's blotter report in Ladue.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012 1:35 a.m. A male, age 57 was stopped on westbound I-64 at Lindbergh and charged with DWI. 9:19 a.m. The driver involved in a two-dar hit and run left the scene and was not arrested. There is no description of the escaped car. Wednesday, October 10, 2012 7:44 a.m. Four cars were involved in a pileup on westbound I-64 at McKnight. No injuries were reported. 9:35 a.m. An identity theft was reported from a home owner on Old Warson Road. Someone was cashing his checks in Chicago. Thursday, October 11, 2012 9:45 a.m. Two cars were involved in an automobile accident at I-64 at Clayton Road. 7:40 p.m. This is the first of two shoplifting cases reported from the Old Navy store in the Schnucks Crossing in Ladue. A male and …
Friday, August 31, 2012
Ladue Road will be narrowed to one lane while a new crosswalk is being built.
Currently, a two-mile long, 10-foot wide concrete pedestrian/bicycle trail construction project is underway in the City of Ladue. This project is known as the Centennial Greenway, connecting trails from University City all the way to Creve Coeur Park. The project is located east of I-170 from Shaw Park to Olive Boulevard. The project includes construction of a new stamped, colored and concrete crosswalk located on Ladue Road, 800 feet east of I-170. This is the area of Ladue Road at Hunter Avenue due east of the Schnucks Ladue Crossing Center. During daylight hours, there will be road closures during the month of September on Ladue Road to allow for construction of the concrete crosswalk. One half of Ladue Road will be closed at a time. …
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Accident occurs after crossing multiple lanes of Lindbergh Boulevard.
This is the Ladue Police Blotter for the Week of July 11-16, 2012 Wednesday, July 11, 2012 10:50 a.m. Ladue police conducted a traffic stop at westbound I-64/40 and Lindbergh. As a result, a male, age 27 was arrested on drug possession and being a fugitive from the City of Ferguson. 4:25 p.m. A four-car accident occurred on westbound I64/40 at Lindbergh. There were no injuries reported. 6:40 p.m. Three cars were involved in an accident on northbound I-170 at Ladue Road. Airbags deployed but no injuries were reported. 10:02 p.m. A female, age 26 was picked up by Ladue police at the Brentwood Police Department, wanted on outstanding warrants in the City of Ladue. Thursday, July 12, 2012 1:12 p.m. Ladue police picked up a male, age unknown at…
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Announcement by DESCO has the whole City of Ladue buzzing.
DESCO officials, developers for Schnuck's Markets layed their plans on the table to develop the Colonial MarketPlace in Ladue before the Ladue City Council. Everyone was all ears to this project which is divided between Ladue and Clayton and bonds will be sold by St. Louis County. Naturally, this was Ladue;s big story of the week. If all goes according to schedule, Ladue-ites and others in the area will be able to enjoy pancakes and sausage in the morning and fine Italian dining in the evening at the newly-proposed Colonial Marketplace at 8811 Ladue Rd. Once permits are approved, construction can be completed in 5-6 months. Everyone in the area knows the location all too well. Mark Schnuck, President of NAI DESCO, the developing arm of …
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
DESCO Proposes Community Improvement District for grand plans along Ladue Road.
If all goes according to schedule, Ladue-ites and others in the area will be able to enjoy pancakes and sausage in the morning and fine Italian dining in the evening at the newly-proposed Colonial Marketplace at 8811 Ladue Rd. Once permits are approved, construction can be completed in 5-6 months. Everyone in the area knows the location all too well. Mark Schnuck, President of NAI DESCO, the developing arm of Schnucks Markets calls the location “shabby,” -- the location is something that soon will go from shabby to chic. Schnuck and his development team put this 68,000 square foot project on the dais of the Ladue City Council for their approval. The council and mayor lapped it up. “I remember when Bettendorf’s (Meats) used to have a store …