Waves of rough weather spawning high winds and a tornado tore through eastern Missouri and the St. Louis area Friday night, downing trees and power lines and sending gamblers rushing from a casino floor.
“We’re not going to barge into the room and arrest the child,” Maryland Heights Police Chief Bill Carson said.
MSD says a 21 inch sewer line broke
All over the region, St. Louisans enjoy the sultry summer weather and the entertainment of local and beyond musical talent.
Officials say the worker was killed when he was buried under several tons of rock during a routine rock blasting operation.
Police say the weapon was lawfully owned by a man from out of town who had been in the hotel a few hours when he discovered his vehicle had been broken into.
The chase began Monday night in Maryland Heights and wound through unincorporated areas of the county, then through Overland and into University City.
Police say that Sunday Derek Ficik called pastor Marc Sikma of Matthias’ Lot Church in St. Charles, threatening to burn down his church and put a bullet in the pastor’s head.
Fire not considered suspicious
Man, woman robbers may be working together