Crime Roundup: Father/Son Sentenced in Attack, Hazelwood Gets New Chief and Air Jordan's Stolen

Patch recaps the week that was in North St. Louis County police and fire news.

The Florissant man was sentenced to seven years in prison for the Aug. 6, 2011 assault. Hazelwood Police said Wade and his son jumped a man in front of his house.

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Gregg Hall Is Hazelwood's New Chief of Police

Hall was promoted to acting chief upon retired chief of police Carl Wolf's retirement last summer.

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In response to requests from the community, Patch reached out to local police for an update in the case of the father-of-four who lost his life in a local bar last year.

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Florissant Police said the men arranged to meet at Florissant's Civic Center to sell and buy the shoes.

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Judge Denies Motion to Close Records on Decapitated Baby Case

Attorneys for Midwest Maternity & Fetal Medicine sought to keep confidential the transcript records, photos and other discovery material.

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Florissant, St. Louis County Police said the man stole computers, golf clubs, cash and a car.

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The attackers were arrested and are facing charges including trespassing, property damage and assault.

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Florissant Man Faces Third DWI Charge

The driver was charged as a persistent offender by St. Louis County prosecutors.

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Police blotter: 

  • Hazelwood Crime: Teller Wanted After Stealing from the Credit Union

  • Mugs in the News: The Faces that Made This Week's Crime Headlines


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