Wednesday, February 27, 2013
A clerk at a Florissant convenience store told Florissant Police the man was being pushy and disruptive in trying to sell bootleg movies to him and to customers.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, February 27
A North County man faces a criminal charge of selling bootleg DVDs from the parking lot of a Florissant convenience store. Richard Cheney, 54, of the 1200 block of Springhurst Drive north of Florissant, was charged with sale of unauthorized recordings, a felony. Florissant Police said they received a report of a man selling bootleg movies out of the back of his SUV Sept. 22 in the Grandview Convenience Food and Liquor parking lot at 1711 Dunn Road. When they arrived, they found the man inside the store. A clerk at the store told police he bought about 40 DVDs, paying $25 for the movies, in an attempt to get Cheney to leave the store. He said Cheney was being pushy and disruptive in seeking to sell the movies to customers and the clerk. …
Friday, May 6, 2011
A few things to keep in mind as residents and friends head out to the Valley of Flowers festival.
With the official first public day of Valley of Flowers on Friday, there’s a lot of expectations and fun to be had. Several residents and neighboring municipal residents will pour into the area for the all of the activities that the festival has to offer. Before you and your family head out to check out the fun, though, check out these five things to know before you go.
Monday, March 7, 2011
A roundup of St. Louis news headlines for Tuesday.
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Sunday, February 27, 2011
Outdoor locations can be pretty, but figuring out how to make the location work can be a headache.
When planning a church wedding or many indoor sites, there’s usually not many logistics to figure out. There are plenty of seats, a sound system or good acoustics, and a place to change and prepare for the grand walk down the aisle. If you’re ceremony sits at an outdoor location, however, logistics become another task on a growing to-do list. When we decided to get married at the Grand Basin of Forest Park, Robert and I were immediately swept away by the beautiful scenery and the romantic setup of this location. Of course, I considered the possibility of rain, but my heart had set itself on this location. Now, I wish my brain had kicked until full gear over my heart’s wants in considering this location. There’s a long line of logistics to …