Two people charged after fleeing a traffic stop
A man and woman are facing charges after alegedly fleeing from police during a traffic stop. Police say they pulled the two over for a traffic citation, and noticed the two switching positions in the car. The male who is alleged to have been driving before the stop was found not to have a valid … Continue reading Two people charged after fleeing a traffic stop
Law Makers Propose new restrictions Making Interlock Mandatory for all DWI Offenders
St. Louis area drivers might be interested to know about a new proposal in the U.S. House of Representatives. Law makers have proposed new requirements for drunk drivers, the proposal would require all those convicted of a DWI offense to have ignition interlock installed in their car. Ignition interlock is a device that measures blood … Continue reading Law Makers Propose new restrictions Making Interlock Mandatory for all DWI Offenders
Community Garden Shed Robbed in St. Louis
A shed containing more than 35 tools for cultivating a city garden was broken in to and robbed recently. Police say the thieves climbed over a fence and broke a padlock on the shed to gain entry. There has been no arrests made in the investigation. If someone is accused of a crime similar to … Continue reading Community Garden Shed Robbed in St. Louis
Understanding Vandalism Charges
If you or or a loved one is charged with vandalism in the St Louis area, whether it be tagging or graffiti or defacing property, the result can be serious charges and severe penalties. If damage resulting from the vandalism is bad enough, you can face steep fines, a criminal record, jail time and even time … Continue reading Understanding Vandalism Charges
How high is too high?
Missouri Law In Missouri, there is no separate DWI/DUI statute for drug impairment, and instead, driving under the influence of drugs is included in the DWI statute, §577.010. Intoxication in Missouri is described as any intoxication that in any manner impairs the ability of a person to operate a motor vehicle is sufficient to sustain … Continue reading How high is too high?
Robbery Charges in St. Louis County
In Missouri, Robbery is a felony and can be punishable by up to 30 years or life in prison. Prosecutors in St. Louis county actively pursue these cases and attempt to get convictions with serious penalties for citizens accused of robbery and other felony crimes. Two teens were recently arrested in north St. Louis County … Continue reading Robbery Charges in St. Louis County
Man charged with robbing Missouri Bank
A Missouri man is being charged with 2 counts of First-degree Bank Robbery after allegedly robbing an Irondale, Missouri bank on two separate occasions. Police say that charges came after they compared surveillance video with photos of the man and his vehicles. Robbery in the first-degree is a class A felony in Missouri. If you … Continue reading Man charged with robbing Missouri Bank
Missouri Woman Faces Felony Charges
A Missouri woman is charged with more than 12 felony counts. She is alleged to have written numerous bad checks on business checks for her day care company. She is also alleged to have taken extra debits from customers bank accounts, though it is reported that some have had their money returned. In Missouri, if … Continue reading Missouri Woman Faces Felony Charges
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