St. Charles Crime
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Recent Crime News
Wednesday Sep 17 | via WTVR Richmond
ST. CHARLES, Missouri - A 24-year-old Missouri woman was sentenced to eight years in prison on Tuesday for her role in the selling of two high school girls for sex. In court, Tiffany Piper explained how she managed the sex business and bought online ads that invited guys to pay for sex with teens in extended stay motels, according to a report on Fox2Now.com . Comment?
Monday Sep 15 | via Daily Kos
If today is an average day, 277 Americans will be shot by a gun. And 84 of those shot will die. 5 comments
Tuesday Sep 9 | via KMIZ
A Fulton woman was sentenced Tuesday morning to ten years in prison, after pleading guilty to two counts of first degree robbery for two incidents in Callaway County in 2012. 59-year-old Pamela Lynn Carter admits to robbing a woman she abducted in the Fulton Wal-Mart parking lot, and Carter admitted in court to robbing the Fulton Holiday Inn. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 3 | via The Times-Picayune
FBI investigators are seeking this woman, the suspect in an armed robbery carried out Wednesday at the Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank at 321 St. Charles Ave. in the CBD. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 2 | via Salt Lake Tribune
St. Charles, Mo. - The man who persuaded a rural Missouri town and the state to invest millions in bonds and incentives for an artificial sweetener plant that never materialized pleaded guilty Tuesday to three felony charges. Comment?
Sunday Aug 31 | via Missourian
A plea hearing is set for this week for a former Mamtek CEO accused of committing fraud in a failed effort to build an artificial sweetener plant in central Missouri. Comment?
Saturday Aug 30 | via Daily Mail
Hundreds converge on Ferguson to march for Michael Brown, three weeks after the unarmed black teenager was shot by a white police officer Led by Brown's parents Saturday's demonstrators peacefully made their way through the St. Louis suburb to a makeshift memorial Hours later, hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the suburban p olice ... (more) Comment?
Friday Aug 29 | via The Griffon News
More than 50 students, faculty and community members gathered at the Kelley Commons for a unity vigil hosted by the Center for Multicultural Education on Monday, Aug. 25. Shana Meyer, vice president for student affairs, started the vigil off by expressing her sympathy to all students and families affected by the recent events in Ferguson, Mo., ... (more) Comment?
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