A study finds most suspects arrested for gun charges in the city of St. Louis never go to prison because of a loophole in state gun laws or the kindness of judges.
Joseph Bowens, the man charged with killing Drury Inn and Suites night manager Scott Knopfel, was sentenced to five years in prison in April 2010. So, why was he out on the street and able to kill?
Jim Whyte, of the Central West End Neighborhood Security Initiative, says he could give example after example of what they’re up against.
A Missouri woman convicted of pouring rubbing alcohol into drinks for her twin infant daughters has been sentenced to probation.
Ginger Zehner-Denton of Belleville pleaded guilty in June to misdemeanor unlawful delivery of alcohol.
Calling it “nothing,” a whistleblower is angry over a probation sentence for former VP of Sanborn Map Company Inc., Robert Williams.
Authorities say a salon customer accused 47-year-old Michael Collins of taking pictures over the wall from an adjacent room as she prepared to tan.
St. Louis politicians say local judges are being too lenient when sentencing gun criminals.
Jeremy Bates admitted peeping on a teenage girl through a gap around a door frame at a Six Flags St. Louis dressing room.
Victoria Marut shaved head and claim of having terminal non-Hodgkins lymphoma prompted an outpouring of cash and other assistance.