Steak ‘n Shake
Employee rips off shirt and the towel he was using to hide his face
Anthony Akins has again pleaded guilty to his role in the 2008 robbery and double-murder at a south St. Louis County Steak ‘n Shake.
Two 18 year-olds face robbery charges after holding up a Steak ‘N Shake, then ramming two patrol cars Wednesday morning.
A St. Louis County judge is deliberating the guilt or innocence of an Illinois man accused with his brother in the 2008 robbery killings of two workers at a Steak `n Shake restaurant.
Prosecutors say Oundre Akins is the one who shot waitress Tammy Cantrell five times and cook Mark Gerstner once.
The body was discovered late Monday at a Steak N Shake in the 4600 block of Chippewa in south city.
The men armed with a gun and wearing masks entered the resturant around 1 a.m.
Patrick Smith of Granite City is being called a hero for his actions at Steak-N-Shake.
One brother agrees to testify against the other in his trial for the 2008 killings.
It happened near the intersection of Hampton and Germania.