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Friday, September 6, 2013

Photos: 12 Worst St. Louis Crimes, August 2013

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10. The Angry Pot Customer

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Arlene Starks wins the award for most ridiculous suspect of the month and would certainly be a strong contender for one of the silliest crime stories of the year. Police say she called 911 to complain about a scam -- from her drug dealer, that is.

She was overcharged.

Full story: Arlene Starks, 54, Allegedly Calls 911 to Complain About Dealer's Overpriced Marijuana

9. The Laughing Child Rapist

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The charges against Elsberry resident Donovan Scott Daller, nineteen, are bad enough: Police say he sexually assaulted and raped multiple young girls.

But to make matters all the more upsetting and disturbing, when cops questioned him about his actions, he allegedly laughed in their faces. Police didn't think it was so funny.

Full story: Donovan Daller of Elsberry Sexually Assaulted 3 Girls, Laughed at Police When Questioned: Cops

See also: Photos: 12 Worst St. Louis Crimes, June 2013

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