KellermanThe sheriff of Perry County, Illinois, was charged with indecent conduct last Friday by a Caseyville police officer who observed him engaging in a sex act with another man in a parking lot. In the early morning hours of December 16, Officer Gerard Spratt observed two males "on top ... More >>
Alisa MaierAt last we've got a crime story with a happy ending. Alisa Maier, the four-year-old girl who was snatched from her front yard in Louisiana, Missouri, on Monday was found yesterday in Fenton, more 80 miles away. KSDK-TV (Channel 5) reports that several witnesses saw a child get out ... More >>
Bombers, perverts, extortionists, embezzlers, incredibly drunk drivers ... who is this week's Daily RFT "Ass Clown of the Week"? The nominees...1. Stacy Griffin-Lowery: The accountant charged this week with embezzling $90,000 from the Missouri Veterans Commission.2. Jack Eigles: Sued this week fo ... More >>
The patrons of the Monkey Shak in rural Madison County, Illinois, got a hell of a surprise Saturday night when a car blasted through the front wall of the building and exited through the back of the tavern coming to rest against an outdoor picnic table. Google Street ViewThe Monkey Shak in better da ... More >>
flickr.com/photos/ilovenorthstlSt. Louis waits at the pearly gates.From the Department of Cruel Irony:The Post-Dispatch reported this morning that an unidentified woman was killed around 2 a.m. after crashing her car into the gates of Calvary Cemetery in North St. Louis.The woman was speeding wes ... More >>
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