The Golden Corral manager told police he went to Ameristar Casino and lost $4,000 trying recover money that disappeared.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
A St. Charles restaurant manager has been accused of stealing a bank deposit for the restaurant. St. Charles Police said that Michael C. Femmer, of the 1100 block of Simmons Avenue in Kirkwood, stole the bank deposit for Golden Corral, 1850 Zumbehl Road, a total of $5,516. Femmer was a manager on duty and he prepared the deposit for Oct. 28, police said. Surveillance video shows he drove to Pulaski Bank in the same shopping center as the restaurant, and extended his arm but did not drop the bank bag for deposit, police said. The president of Golden Corral told officers he questioned Femmer about the deposit and Femmer told him he lost it and offered to pay it back. Femmer told police he had the bank deposit in his pocket 10 minutes before …
Advertising expert leaves newspaper to join burgeoning Patch team in marketing.
Kirkwood-Webster Groves Patch has a marketing expert on board now, Rebecca Campbell. She's a South County native and mother of four who lives in Kirkwood. (Her look-alike twin lives in Webster Groves and is president of a PTO, so we've got our bases covered). Not only will Campbell help Patch get out the word to communities that the Patch website is a hub for local information exchange, but she'll show local businesses how to get the best use of advertising dollars with Patch. A year's ad online with Patch can cost as little as $200. Campbell is also available to show local business owners how to claim their directory listing page in Patch by updating photos, special deals and more. Business directory listings are a key resource on Patch …