Woman Charged With Robbing Two Metro East BanksAdrianna Frye-Williamson, 20, also accused in a third bank robbery in Springfield.
Police Search for Suspect Wanted in Purse-SnatchingSt. Louis police have released photos of a suspect wanted for a purse-snatching earlier this month in the 5600 block of Pershing.
Dotson: City Crimes Down 4 Percent in 2016Homicides in St. Louis last year equaled 2015, but Dotson expects most cities to show an uptick in crime in 2016.
Illinois Appeals Court Overturns 12-Year Term for $44 TheftAn Illinois appeals court has overturned a 12-year prison term given to a man for stealing $44 in coins from a vending machine, finding the punishment was ``grossly disproportionate.''
Racer Has Trailer, Pick-Up Stolen In CahokiaRobbie Bauman Jr. was staying in Metro-East while competing at Gateway Dirt Nationals in St. Louis
Rauner Pardons 80, Attempts to Improve Illinois' Justice SystemMost of the pardons Rauner granted were for non-violent crimes such as forgery, drugs or theft.
8 People Indicted for Smash-and-Grab at Missouri Saks StorePolice in three states are investigating whether the same people are connected to similar crimes in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
Three Salvation Army Kettles Stolen Around St. LouisThe Salvation Army's Lieutenant Colonel Dan Jennings says there has been recent thefts of their donation kettles at three different bell ringing locations.
Seven Charged in Plaza Frontenac RobberyThey're accused of being in a group that entered the Saks Fifth Avenue at Plaza Frontenac just after it opened Saturday.
Eight Charged in Plaza Frontenac Theft, High Speed ChaseThe group is believed to be responsible for nearly $2 million worth of stolen merchandise from high end retailers across the Midwest.
Lake St. Louis Man Charged With Murder After Attempted TheftA Lake St. Louis man who shot and killed a man trying to steal his car in his driveway is now charged with murder.
Grand Jury Indicts Aaron Schock on Wire Fraud, Theft CountsThe 52-page indictment accuses Aaron Schock of spending $40,000 in government funds to redecorate his Washington office, including $5,000 on a chandelier, and asked the House to reimburse him for nearly $30,000 worth of camera equipment.