The attorney for the man accused of shooting two police officers during a demonstration in Ferguson expressed surprise Wednesday at audio of jail telephone calls in which his client appears to confess.
Impersonators pose as Ameren employees and tell customers their power will be turned off unless they make a payment using pre-paid money cards.
Another common occurrence, according to St. Louis County Police, is calls from businesses which require employees to dial “9” to reach an outside line.
Stolen phone rings in suspect’s pocket.
Hands-free devices would be exempt under proposal.
Reportedly left message threatening to kill an entire family.
Suspect’s girlfriend discovered lewd photos, called police.
Koster reviews current state law to prevent ‘News Of The World-type’ scandal here.