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Federal prosecutors in St. Louis announced the indictments of five men Wednesday for two separate killings, the first charges brought since the police chief reached out to the U.S. Attorney’s office to help stem violence in the city.
KMOX News has learned that at least four – and as many as 25 – city police officers are under investigation. Sources tell us the the probe is centered on whether officers were hired to provide protection for drug dealers.
Two southwest Missouri women have admitted using stolen identities to obtain credit cards on which they spent nearly $61,000.
Two northwest Missouri residents are facing a federal indictment for allegedly stealing $100,000 worth of merchandise from Sam’s Club locations in seven states.
The indictment announced Wednesday accuses the suspects of a distribution conspiracy that began in 2009.
Anthony D. David allegedly accepted bribes amounting to more than $2,000 in cash.
Two people responsible for several thousand undocumented immigrants in the state will soon be heading to prison.
Aaron Hassan Johnson, the fourth and final of the robbers of ATM Solutions, was sentenced to over 14 years in prison.
Robert Simmons pled guilty in January to one felony count of distribution of heroin.
Lavern Hester was indicted by a federal grand jury on one felony count of conspiracy to provide and accept an illegal gratuity and two counts of making false statements.