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Government, Police & Fire
Special agent involved with the case called her defense "mumbo jumbo."
Police & Fire, Business
The fire started before the restaurant opened for an expected busy day for business.
Opinion, Police & Fire
A couple of readers debate whether victims bear any responsibility for crime. What do you think?
Police & Fire
The spate of car invasions this week has led to a suspect. Police caution residents to lock up, because garage door openers lead to home burglaries.
Des Peres police say the break-ins overnight were in the area around Bopp Road.
The following mug shots were taken from various St. Louis County, St. Charles County and Jefferson County Patch crime reports between April 13 through April 19.
Police are investigating and say the injuries were not life-threatening.
Kirkwood police are investigating after a Kindle Fire disappears and an empty box is left behind.
Here are the Kirkwood, Glendale, Des Peres and Oakland public safety stories that you read the most on Kirkwood Patch this month. Does this line up with what you remember?
Children "need to be reminded that this is an unusual situation and they should not fear going to school or other familiar activities.”
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