Week in Review: Spider-Man Robs a Pizza Driver, Bar Fight Turns Deadly and Drive-By Shooting
We know you're busy, so here's a roundup of some of the recent stories featured on the two North St. Louis County Patch sites—Florissant Patch and Hazelwood Patch.
Too busy last week to stay up to date on all the news happening in and around North St. Louis County? Not to worry. Patch has your back.
In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from the two North County Patch sites—Florissant Patch and Hazelwood Patch—over the last few days:
- A Florissant man was in critical condition after he fought with a Hazelwood man during a washer tournament at a local pub last week.
- A man fired a shotgun into a Florissant house during a drive-by shooting Thursday in the 1700 block of Layven Avenue.
- A 30-year-old Florissant man was injured Tuesday when he drunkenly crashed his car into a tree.
- A Hazelwood man wore a Spider-Man mask as he robbed a pizza delivery driver Friday in the 1500 block of Marbella in Spanish Lake.
- Hazelwood School District emails shine a light on why former superintendent Steve Price was fired.
- The district also gave a budget update after they discovered a $9 Million surplus.
- A man robbed two people at gunpoint Friday in Florissant’s Dunegant Park, 1930 Derhake Road, police said.
- Hazelwood Strengthens Its Synthetic Marijuana Law, Determined to Beat Persistent Manufacturers.
- The St. Louis Cardinals have released pitcher, Hazelwood West alum and North County native Kyle McClellan.
- The 28th annual drive will came to a close on Saturday morning beginning at 10 a.m. when scouts canvas area neighborhoods to retrieve bags dropped off last Saturday. Plus: what to do if you didn't get a bag or if your bag isn't picked up on Saturday.
- A North County man faces sex crime charges after police said he tried to sodomize a woman last May.
- The St. Louis Business Journal is reporting overdue payments on commercial real estate investments in the Greater St. Louis Area have gone up with the mall, formerly called St. Louis Mills, being one of the larger delinquencies.