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LSA-Hampton and Watson

Leaving the Scene of an Accident

Detectives need public assistance with identifying/locating a suspect vehicle relative to a leaving the scene of an accident at 8:48 p.m. on 4/18/21 near Hampton and Columbia. One victim (#1) was driving northbound on Hampton approaching Columbia when the suspect vehicle, which was driving southbound, attempted to make a U-turn onto northbound Hampton and struck the victim's vehicle on the driver's side. A second victim's vehicle was also struck by the suspect vehicle.   

The suspect vehicle is a red four-door sedan, possibly a Hyundai Elantra. Victim #1 was pregnant and complained of abdominal pain however she declined medical treatment at the time. In the days following the incident, she was evaluated, and it was determined on 5/6/21 that the victim was no longer pregnant likely due to the accident. 

Javon Vance

FBI seeking the public's help with information on the cold case Homicide of Jayvon Vance

Berkeley, MO - The FBI and Berkeley Police are asking for help with information about a cold case homicide and carjacking that happened on November 9, 2017 in Berkeley, Missouri. The victim, 30-year-old Jayvon Vance, was shot and killed around 9:40 PM. Earlier in the day, the victim was communicating with a person in a Facebook group using the moniker “Tony King.” The two agreed to meet later that night in the 6800 block of Friarwood Drive in Berkeley for a sales transaction.

The victim drove alone to the meeting place in a 2008 white Saturn SUV. At the time of the meeting, two black males were seen standing next to a white vehicle (possibly an SUV) and a black vehicle (possibly a Chevy Monte Carlo). A few minutes later, one gunshot was heard and both vehicles were seen leaving the area while the victim was left lying on the road.

Canfield Shooting 4-7-2021

Ferguson Detectives need help identifying and locating these subject's

Ferguson detectives need the public’s assistance in identifying and locating the two individuals seen in the attach images. These two individuals are associated with the shooting in the 2900-block of Canfield Dr (Canfield Green Apartments), on April7, 2021 which resulted in the death of 19 year old Elijha Walton. Immediately following the shooting, these two individuals are seen leaving the area in a gray Chevy Malibu. 

Jovon Dolly

Jovon Dolly-Wanted by the Feds

Jovon DOLLY (FID 9685825) Wanted on a warrant issued on 7/20/2018 for Supervised Release Violations Weapon possession, Distribution of Heroin and Methamphetamines underlying conviction 

DOB/19790711 HGT/510 WGT/245 EYE/BR0 HAI/BLK

He is reportedly a heroin addict and walks with a limp. 



Police are looking for Andre Mathis, 34. He is charged with aggravated arson, armed violence, aggravated domestic battery, child pornography and indecent solicitation of a child.

Authorities in the Metro East are searching for a man accused of setting his home on fire with his family inside. The blaze broke out around 4 a.m. in the 6500 block of Alpha Drive near Wenzel Road in Alton. Police were called to the home following a domestic disturbance that officers believe became physical. Officers were able to get seven children and a woman who was present out safely, but Mathis fled the scene.

7/11 Robbery 5350 Chippewa 1/09/21

Robbery 1st Degree 5350 Chippewa 7/11

On January 9, 2021 officers were called to 5350 Chippewa for a Robbery. Upon arrival, Detectives met with an employee who stated the suspect entered the store and began to make a purchase when he produced a handgun with a drum magazine.  The suspect ordered the employee to open the register.  The suspect walked behind the counter and took U.S. Currency out of the register drawer.  The suspect was last seen heading south on foot down Macklind until out of sight. 


Suspect: Unknown black male, 5’6” – 5’10”, 140-150, mid 20’s, slim build, medium complexion, wearing black hoodie with “Levi Strauss” written in yellow,  armed with handgun with drum magazine, black sweatpants, mask, black glove on left hand, brown boots.




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