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Cocaine Reportedly Found in Shaw Shooting Police Officer's SystemEarlier this week, Flanery was charged with DWI and leaving the scene.
Local Moms Charged in Crimes Involving Alcohol, Shoplifting, and Their KidsOne allegedly blacks out at wheel with children in vehicle. Other allegedly has children help her shoplift.
STL Officer's Drunk Driving Case Casts Shadow Over Shaw ShootingNo toxicology tests were given to Flanery the night of the Shaw shooting, and Christmas says we'll never know if he may have been under the influence then.
Police Officer Who Shot VonDerrit Myers ResignsSt. Louis police spokeswoman says Jason Flanery left department Saturday after suspected DWI crash.
Child Dies After Florissant CrashPolice say victim was in car struck by driver Daniel Meade, 31, of Florissant (pictured).
Missouri Governor's Son Cited for Driving While IntoxicatedThe Columbia Daily Tribune reports Willson Wheeler Nixon was pulled over around 3 a.m. Sunday after allegedly driving without turning on his headlights.
Missouri Lawmaker Hinson Pleads Guilty to DWI Near CapitolA state House member from eastern Missouri has pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated in the capital city.
Missouri Measure Changes Process to Regain Driver's LicenseDemocratic Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed a measure that could allow those convicted of driving while intoxicated to get back on the road sooner.
Eastern Missouri Man Accused in Second Fatal Wreck in a YearDerrell Edward Dean Hall, 25, of Winfield was charged Monday in St. Charles County with involuntary manslaughter and leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident.
10 Killed in Traffic Crashes Over Fourth of July WeekendThere was one St. Louis-area fatality - 45-year-old Charles Meyer of St. Louis was killed July 3 in a crash in Franklin County.
Florissant Man Faces 13th DWI ChargeOwen Tross was sentenced to eight years in prison in 2012, but released on parole in May 2014.
Police Chief: Drunk Drivers Given Ride Home In Hope Of Improving RelationsA suburban St. Louis police chief says some residents caught driving under the influence are given a ride home instead of being arrested as part of “community-based policing” tactics aimed at improving law enforcement relations with the public.

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