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Friday, June 7, 2013

Photos: 12 Worst St. Louis Crimes, May 2013

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10. Boy, 5, Wandering Schnucks Alone At Night

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Schnucks made crime headlines in May for more than just its massive credit card security breach. On a Friday night in the first week of the month, employees at the Loughborough Avenue Schnucks were quite alarmed to find a five-year-old boy wandering alone with a dog.

It was even more alarming when he told the employees that he didn't know his own last name. And he was, apparently, hungry for food.

Full story: St. Louis Cops: Boy, 5, Wandering Schnucks Alone at Night, Doesn't Know His Last Name

9. The Absurd End To A Police Chase

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A police chase ended badly for a male suspect last month when he somehow managed to run into the St. Louis county police headquarters -- and inadvertently headed straight toward the chief's office.

And if that's not bizarre enough, Randy Vaughn, the county's media relations officer and spokesman, was actually inside the office while this happened and had to chase after him and help apprehend him. The man, it seems, tried to escape into the building not realizing it was, well, filled with cops.

Full story: Suspect Fleeing Cops Runs Into County Police Headquarters, Heads Straight To Chief's Office

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