When Grellner got cornered in a dead end, officers say he fought and spit on them. They used handcuffs and pepper spray to subdue him.
The man was working on a piece of equipment when he fell more than 30 ft. into the silo
Nathan Grellner is still awaiting trial on four previous charges of illegally using the Valley Park credit card while mayor and six charges stemming from last year’s arrest.
On August 26th, we visited Valley Park for the letter V.
“Hunger is here and when you take away the option of food stamps, you will have people more hungry than you can imagine.”
“If they’re going to go after everybody’s guns, they take these people out. They can take them out one at a time.”
2012 was a rough year for Grellner who resigned as Valley Park mayor on July 26 after using the city credit card at a strip club.
At the Emmanuel Seventh Day Adventist Food Pantry just south of downtown, they were lined up around the block.
He now faces four felony counts of fraudulently using a credit card.
The six charges include driving under the influence of both alcohol and drugs, assaulting an officer, unlawfully using drug paraphernalia, speeding