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No Charges for Prank at Holt High School

The St. Charles County prosecutor says no charges will be filed against students arrested for a senior prank that involved removing trees at a Wentzville high school.


Mike Anderson speaks with CBS News' Dean Reynolds from prison in April 2014. (Photo: CBS News)

Hearing Set for Man Who Skipped Jail Time

The St. Louis County man was convicted of robbery in 2000 but never sent to prison due to a Missouri Department of Corrections clerical error.


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Wentzville Police Chief Sues City, Mayor

Lisa Harrison claims a “gender-based harassment campaign” was waged against her.


A mug shot of Michael Johnson, provided by St. Charles Police.

More Charges May Be Filed in Lindenwood HIV Case

St. Charles County Prosecutor Tim Lohmar says one of the possible victims stopped cooperating and two of the other men’s HIV tests have come back negative.


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Questions Raised About Alleged Kidnapper’s Release

John Calvin Perry, 20, was originally considered dangerous enough that a judge set his bail at $15,000 cash-only but it was later lowered to $500 and Perry paid it.


An O'Fallon, Missouri, couple has been charged with endangering the welfare of their child, after police discovered they had been keeping their six-year-old autistic son in a cage in their basement, it was announced on March 15, 2013. (UPI/O'Fallon Police Department)

Parents Who Allegedly Caged Autistic Child Are Charged Years Later

Police say the autistic child was in a 3-foot-by-6-foot crib covered with a plywood top and held together with bungee cords and zip ties.


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