Busted MO

BUSTED, is a monthly publication distributed through stores in St. Charles County. Included in the publication are photos, names and arrest details of people arrested in the past month. Also included are details about sex offenders, missing children, wanted persons, and deadbeat parents. There are a variety of news releases spotlighting crime and promoting activities and achievements of law enforcement agencies.

Several St. Louis police officers under investigation for misconduct Read more: http://www.kmov.com/news/crime/Several-S...
03/06/2015
Several St. Louis police officers under investigation for misconduct

Several St. Louis police officers under investigation for misconduct

Read more: http://www.kmov.com/news/crime/Several-St-Louis-police-officers-under-investigation-for-misconduct-295110251.html#ixzz3TdlpyMHo

(KMOV.com) – St. Louis Police said they are investigating several officers for possible misconduct.Authorities said multiple officers are not only being investigated by the police department, but are also being investigated by the FBI, DEA, US Attorney’s Office, and the St.

Police say arresting all the looters during Ferguson riots may take yearsRead more: http://www.kmov.com/special-coverage...
02/16/2015
Police say arresting all the looters during Ferguson riots may take years

Police say arresting all the looters during Ferguson riots may take years

Read more: http://www.kmov.com/special-coverage-001/Police-make-zero-arrests-in-Ferguson-Dellwood-291930031.html#ixzz3Rw4fXULz

ST. LOUIS (KMOV) – For more than a month St. Louis County Police have released surveillance videos of looting that occurred in Ferguson and Dellwood in the months of August and November. Despite clear images of hundreds of suspects, police have arrested zero people.

Suspect arrested in connection with murder near Ameristar Casino Read more: http://www.kmov.com/news/st-charles-county-n...
02/10/2015
Police investigating fatal shooting near Ameristar Casino

Suspect arrested in connection with murder near Ameristar Casino

Read more: http://www.kmov.com/news/st-charles-county-news/Police-investigating-fatal-shooting-near-Ameristar-Casino-291333581.html#ixzz3RMxXRr00

(KMOV.com ) – Police in St. Charles said they are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred early Monday morning.According to police, a 38-year-old man was shot at an apartment complex in the 200 block of Ameristar Boulevard, near Ameristar Casino, around 12:30 a.

O'Fallon, Mo. Police Dept. uses Facebook to warn drivers about speed traps Read more: http://www.kmov.com/news/st-charle...
02/05/2015
O'Fallon, Mo. Police Dept. uses Facebook to warn drivers about speed traps

O'Fallon, Mo. Police Dept. uses Facebook to warn drivers about speed traps

Read more: http://www.kmov.com/news/st-charles-county-news/OFallon-Mo-police-notify-drivers-where-speed-traps-are-set-up-290838251.html#ixzz3QpANAPkO

(KMOV.com) – The O’Fallon Missouri Police Department has warned drivers exactly where they will be looking for those who break the speed limit.“Now that I have your attention, we’ll be conducting extra speed enforcement today on I-70 near T.

02/01/2015

An increase in violent attacks in the Delmar Loop has residents on edge.

The feeling of uneasiness comes at a time in which police are reporting issues of teenagers coming into The Loop and committing crimes.

“I've come to Delmar Loop since I was a kid and this is just unheard of, where's the control?” asked longtime resident Larry Bastain.

Bastain's son was recently the victim of a brutal beating on the east end of The Loop.

“We were just having a nice, cool time and out of nowhere these young guys attacked us for no reason,” explained 18-year-old Jordan, who said he and his friend were attacked on January 19 by a group of more than a dozen other teens.

The manager at a nearby Circle K gas station saw the attack and helped the teens call 911.

“I had to get stitches, I was all scratched up,” said Jordan.

Police told News 4 the problem is teenagers coming to The Loop to fight other teens.

Jordan says he didn’t know his attackers or why they would do this.

“I honestly don’t know, I don’t know what the amusement is seeing people get beaten,” he said.

The same day the teens were attacked, a 25-year-old man was shot at the Delmar MetroLink station.

And in late December, police say two men approached a 19-year-old in her car and demanded her money, phone and laptop.

Police released surveillance images of the two men in the attack of the 19-year-old, but the manager of the Circle K gas station said they’re still waiting for police to come pick up the surveillance video of the incident where the two teens were attacked last week.

Even though police are not currently connecting the incidents, residents say it speaks to a larger issue.

“This is just unheard of. For fun? For a robbery? For a little bit of change? Come on guys, wake up,” Bastain said.

University City police say they have not experienced similar crimes in other parts of the Delmar Loop.

01/28/2015

The Missouri State Highway Patrol

St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department has asked troopers to help patrol the city.

Capt. Tim Hull says police asked for help because of a spike in crime downtown and because local police want to help the business district. He says he's not sure when the request was formally made, but he learned about it last week.

The request is still in its preliminary stages, and will have to go through administrators and the Department of Public Safety before a decision is made.

There's no information yet about how troopers will help patrol the city if approved.

Hull says the request is not unusual, and troopers have helped cities police in the past, including in Ferguson and in Kansas City in the 1990s during a community-oriented policing push.

Dellwood Market looting surveillance photos, video releasedhttp://www.kmov.com/news/slideshows/Dellwood-Market-looting-s...
01/21/2015
Dellwood Market looting surveillance photos, video released

Dellwood Market looting surveillance photos, video released

http://www.kmov.com/news/slideshows/Dellwood-Market-looting-surveillance-photos-released-289307141.html

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- The St. Louis County Police Department on Wednesday released video of more than 100 people wanted for looting the Dellwood Market on November 24.This is the third time police have released photos and video from North County stores showing the looting after the gra…

01/13/2015

A state legislator wants to raise the fine for seat belt violations because he says changing the fine could help save lives.

Sen. Joseph Keaveny (D-St. Louis) is sponsoring Senate Bill 236, which would raise violations from $10 to $50.

"Buckling up is a simple action that takes a few seconds, at most. Yet, it exponentially increases an individual's chances of surviving a vehicular accident, by as much as 45 percent," he said.

Missouri has a secondary seat belt law, meaning a vehicle cannot be pulled over only because of a seat belt violation, though they may be issued a citation if they are pulled over for another reason and found not to be buckled in.

Only 15 other states have a secondary seat belt law, but Missouri's fine is one of the lowest, according to the Governors Highway Association.

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