Man Who Robbed Bank for Health Care Gets Lenient SentenceA 77-year-old man who said he robbed a Branson bank to get access to health care has been sentenced to two years in federal prison.
Missouri Man Gets Probation for Online Threats to BlacksHunter Park pleaded guilty in April making a terroristic threat.
Circuit Court Judge Proposes Plan to Handle Gun CrimesCircuit Court Judge Michael Mullen's plan will funnel most gun crime cases before three select judges.He says it will be faster but not necessarily tougher.
Missouri Man Gets Probation for Throwing Dog to its Death A Greene County judge suspended a possible prison sentence Friday for William Rabourn
Judge Gives Probation to Drunk Driver in Severed Arm CaseA Florissant mother is devastated after a St. Louis County judge gives probation to a drunk driver whose head-on crash sliced off her 4-year-old son's arm.
160 Released Federal Prisoners Headed to St. LouisLocal chief federal probation officer says release should not cause "high degree of concern."
Former Valley Park Mayor Violates ProbationCourt documents show there is a court date set for Nathan Grellner in November for a probation violation.
STL Police Use KC 'Call-In' Method to Lower CrimeDotson says they were also warned that their family and friends could face utility shut-offs for unpaid bills if they get in trouble, again.
Dotson Singles Out Judge After Probation Leads to DeathDotson says he's thinking of creating a website to track the sentencing records of circuit court judges, so voters can see who's tough on crime and who's not.
Probationer Charged with 1st-Degree Murder - Dotson Blames JudgeSt. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson is calling out Circuit Judge Margaret Neill after she issued a second probation to a gun felon who is now accused of shooting and killing a man just last week.
Former Fox District Student Sues Over Teacher AssaultA federal lawsuit accuses a St. Louis-area school district of failing to protect a former student from being sexually assaulted by a teacher.
Circuit Attorney Supports Tougher Sentences for 'Frequent Flyers'St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce says probation may be appropriate for first-time offenders, but not for what she calls “frequent flyers” who are receiving several chances at the risk of public safety.