Tuesday, January 29, 2013
St. Louis County Police said Daquan Marshall robbed the driver at gunpoint, taking his cell phone and cash.
A man was charged Jan. 22 in 2011 pizza delivery robbery in unincorporated St. Louis County east of Black Jack. Daquan Marshall, 18, of the 6300 block of Page Avenue in Wellston, was charged by St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office with first-degree robbery and armed criminal action. St. Louis County Police said Marshall held up a pizza delivery driver at gunpoint Nov. 14, 2011 in the 6800 block of Chilham Drive. He stole the driver’s cell phone and cash. Marshall was being held Monday in St. Louis County jail. Bail was set at $50,000, cash only. For more crime information on Florissant Patch, see the following articles:
Friday, January 18, 2013
The victim needed staples to close a gash in his head from the attack, police said.
A Florissant man hit a robbery victim in the head twice with an aluminum baseball bat before taking his cell phone, Hazelwood Police said. Police said Aaron Lawson, 20, followed the man to his residence Dec. 3 in the 1600 block of Ville Cecilia Lane in Hazelwood. Lawson attacked the resident when he got out of his car. Lawson also punched the man in the face, police said. Hazelwood Police said the man knew Lawson. The victim needed staples to close a gash in his head, according to a police report. Lawson, of the 800 block of Loyola Drive in Florissant, was charged Tuesday with first-degree robbery, first-degree assault and two counts of armed criminal action. Lawson was being held in St. Louis County jail Wednesday. Bail was set at $50,000…
Friday, April 1, 2011
This week, Moms Talk discusses this generation's need for cell phones.
My mom bought my first cell phone for me when I was 14 years old. She didn't whole-heartedly agree with it, but I was in a number of youth programs that traveled across the country, and she wanted us to be able to maintain contact. Of course, when I turned 16, I became responsbile for keeping up with the expenses on that bill, and it's been the same way ever since. A couple of years ago, when my little cousin was 7, she received her first cell phone to keep in touch with her dad and family members. I didn't agree with it, but I didn't have a say in it either. So, this week's Mom Talk revolves around kids and cell phones. The topic question is: How old should a child be for their first cell phone? What type of ground rules do you set …