Former Valley Park Mayor Faces More Charges
VALLY PARK, Mo. (KMOX) — Former Valley Park Mayor Nathan Grellner has now been charged with four felony counts of fraudulently using a credit card.
A warrant was issued late Tuesday night, and a judge set his bond at 10-thousand-dollars.
Police said Grellner is accused of charging thousands of dollars in home appliances onto the city’s credit card. He also used the card at a strip club while skipping a board meeting.
Each charge has a maximum sentence of four years in prison.
Grellner had already been charged with driving while drunk *and* high on meth, as well as assaulting a police officer.
He resigned in June.