Two Suspects Arrested for Racist Social Media Death ThreatsPark was arrested early this morning and taken to Columbia, where he is being held in the Boone County Jail without bond for making a terrorist threat.
Charges Filed Against Lemay Bank Robbery SuspectTracy Neisz is accused of holding up U.S. Bank branch on Wednesday, then leading police on high-speed chase.
Police: 5 Credit Card Skimmers Found in O'Fallon, Mo.Police have released a photo of one of the skimmers, as well as updated photos of the suspect.
South County Bank Robbery Suspect Identified, Still At LargeHer car was last seen speeding up I-55 into St. Louis.
Police: Suspect Arrested, Charged in Connection with Church ArsonsEarly last Thursday morning, the rectory of St. Joseph’s Shrine was set ablaze - the seventh church in the north St. Louis-area in two weeks.
St. Charles Police Officer Dragged By Suspect's CarPolice say the suspect grabbed the officer's arm and backed the car up, dragging the officer.
Suspect in Downtown Robbery, Shooting ChargedThe suspect identified in the armed robbery and shooting Friday in downtown St. Louis that left a man possibly paralyzed has been charged.
3 STL County Residents Suspected of Supporting TerroristsTwo of the local suspects allegedly coordinated shipments of money and military supplies through an overseas intermediary.
The Latest: Niece of Suspect Charged Following Trooper DeathKentucky State Police have arrested an 18-year-old Missouri woman following a manhunt for a suspect in the death of a state trooper.
Ladue Police Search for Suspect in Purse TheftLadue Police believe the suspect has previously targeted other schools, parks, and country clubs in the area.
Charges Filed Against Suspect Shot by Police in FergusonProsecutors have filed 10 counts against Tyrone Harris, the 18-year-old black suspect who was critically wounded after being shot by police Sunday night in Ferguson.
Father of Ferguson Shooting Suspect: Police Version of Events 'Bunch of Lies'The father of the suspect, 18-year-old Tyrone Harris Jr., called the police version of events ``a bunch of lies.'' He said his son was unarmed and had been drawn into a dispute involving two groups of young people.