Wednesday, November 2, 2011
An FDA inspection of the Kirkwood Mobil earlier this year found that an employee of the store sold a pack of cigarettes to a minor.
During a compliance check of the Kirkwood Mobil station earlier this year, an employee sold a pack of cigarettes to a minor, according to an FDA warning letter. The employee failed to verify the minor's date of birth by checking a photo ID, the letter says. The sale occurred June 2 and resulted in warning letter dated Sept. 15 to Wallis Companies, the owner of the station. Wallis responded to the warning letter within the FDA's required 15 days, according to Wallis spokesperson Tracy Hughes.
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Incident occurred near South Ballas and Old Big Bend Roads on Monday.
On Wednesday, the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged a 19-year-old man from Manchester with with one count forcible rape, one count forcible sodomy and two counts of armed criminal action in connection with an alleged sexual assault in Kirkwood. According to police, at about noon on Monday, Robert B. Hunt was riding his bicycle near South Ballas and Old Big Bend Roads, when he came across the minor teenage victim, who was sitting on a bench. The two began talking and Hunt convinced the girl to walk behind a business. Once there, he sexually assaulted her, police say in a statement released Wednesday. Hunt, who was arrested on Tuesday, will be transferred to the St. Louis County Jail, where he will be held on $150,000 …
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
The alleged sexual assault occurred near Old Big Bend and South Ballas Roads and involved a minor, police say.
Kirkwood police arrested a 19-year-old Manchester man Tuesday for forcible rape, the Kirkwood Police Department says in a statement released Tuesday. On Monday, police received a report of a daytime outdoor sexual assault involving a minor teenage girl near Old Big Bend and South Ballas Roads. The suspect is being held pending the presentation of the case to the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Because of the age of the victim, the nature of the crime and the fact that the case is still under investigation, Kirkwood police are releasing no further information at this time. The following arrest information was supplied by the Kirkwood Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Saturday, April 9, 2011
The incident occurred in 2009 in Webster Groves near Avery Elementary School.
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Saturday, April 9, 2011
The following information was provided by the Webster Groves Police Department. On Monday, warrants were issued for the charge of Sexual Misconduct Involving a Child-Class C Felony for Brian E. Wagener, 34, of Eureka. The charge is the result of an ongoing investigation by the Webster Groves Police Department of an incident which occurred in October of 2009, wherein the suspect exposed his genitals to a child less than 15 years of age. The incident occurred near the intersection of Fairview and Cornelia Avenues in Webster Groves in the area of Avery Elementary School. Wagener resides in the 600 block of Schmelz Drive in Eureka.