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Police & Fire
St. Louis County Police said John Kannady and Kavon Porshahidy checked out and sold video games and other items from St. Louis County Library's Weber Road and Cliff Cave branches.
Police said Robert A. Floyd and others stole 27 pair of True Religion jeans and five pair of True Religion shorts, valued at a total of $7,689.
Anthony M. Johnson, 18, previously pleaded guilty to a Webster Groves burglary and was charged in January with child endangerment.
Kirkwood Police said Gerard Paul Hill and his wife arrived separately at Christ Community Lutheran School as students were about to be released. The couple then got into an argument and Hill assaulted his wife.
Court documents indicated Todd R. Rinklin had an additional arrest April 1 on a possible DWI, which would give him six impaired driving charges.
Trevor Davenport, of Kirkwood, received two years probation, 15 days in jail and must surrender his teaching certificate.
Kirkwood Police said they found Ken B. Moore's fingerprints inside a home in which several computers, tablets, an e-reader and an iPod were stolen.
Kirkwood Police said the Oakland man picked his girlfriend up by the neck and slammed her to the ground March 25.
Calvin S. Williams also was on probation for a burglary in University City when police said he tried to steal athletic shoes from Sports Authority.
Police caught the suspect a short distance away; one witness identified him.
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