Law enforcement agents have arrested 23 members of a Sikeston street gang during a warrant roundup dubbed “Operation Safe Streets.”
The legal tussle being argued this week may be the most-contentious issue tied to Patriot’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The indictment alleges the defendants stole over 100 luxury automobiles, SUVs, and pickup trucks in Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana.
The arrests were the result of a two-year investigation known as HITS (High Intensity Trafficking Suppression).
Nearly three dozen people are facing drug charges after a roundup in two southeast Missouri counties.
Authorities say most of the suspects confessed to their roles in the crimes.
The man who allegedly robbed a House Springs bank Friday morning may have thought he had a good getaway plan, but it didn’t work.
According to the Major Case Squad the teens were taken into custody late Saturday night and into Sunday morning.
Investigators say the pair traded the goods for heroin in St. Louis.
Police in Florissant say they’re shocked by two driving while intoxicated arrests during a weekend traffic sting: The two drivers now have a combined 19 DWI citations.