Ferguson man caught in Dellwood Market also charged with looting Phillips 66.
St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger and the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership have designated $500,000 for cleanup in the Dellwood-Ferguson area.
The tips line has been busy, but no information leading to an arrest has panned out.
Missouri History Museum collects artifacts from Dellwood business destroyed in Ferguson unrest.
Police are still looking for the people who burned down the QT, a self-storage facility and several other businesses, including a church, the night the Ferguson grand jury’s decision was announced.
Missouri is extending a program that offers no-interest loans to small businesses damaged by violent demonstrations in and near Ferguson.
While Dellwood has not been shielded from looting and vandalism, mayor Reggie Jones tells KMOX’s Hancock and Kelly he feels his city’s proactive move to contract with St. Louis County police months ago was a good one.
Michael Smith was charged with multiple counts of assault.
Police have released surveillance video of an alleged suspect and his accomplice who shot three people Saturday outside a grocery store in Dellwood.
Charges have been filed today against the man accused of killing an acquaintance in Kinloch and then holding police at bay outside a Dellwood home.