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Friday, September 6, 2013

Photos: 12 Worst St. Louis Crimes, August 2013

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8. The Nude Creeper

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Grady Newton Niceley, a 50-year-old St. Peters man, apparently likes to take off his clothes, lie on the ground and peer into apartment windows. That's the story according to the St. Peters Police Department, which says that Niceley was caught and subsequently arrested this after multiple witnesses saw him nude, looking into private homes.

He was allegedly hiding in grass.

Full story: St. Peters Cops: Naked Man, 50, Caught Hiding in Grass, Peering Into Apartment Windows

7. The Attempted Abduction

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This story is one of the worst of August in large part because there are still a lot of unknowns. Police say that two men in a van approached a woman at night in Affton, stopped their vehicle -- and tried to abduct her.

Thankfully, they were unsuccessful, but they did get away and are still on the loose.

Full story: St. Louis County Police Warn of Frightening Abduction Attempt by Men in Van (PHOTO)

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

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