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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Photos: 9 Worst St. Louis Crimes, September 2013

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7. Birthday Bloodbath

Darnell Hollings
  • Darnell Hollings

We may never know if Darnell Hollings, 21, was invited to Carnez Winslett's 36th birthday party. What we do know is that Holilngs showed up in the back seat of a car, got out, and fired ten shots at the partygoers, killing Winslett and injuring three others.

Full story: Carnez Winslett Shot Dead at His Birthday Party; Darnell Hollings Arrested (Homicide 72)

6. More Than 300 Exposed To HIV By Single (Very Promiscuous) Man

David Magnum
  • David Magnum

David Magnum used Craigslist as his personal harem, but he didn't tell his partners that he was HIV positive. By the time he was arrested, he'd slept with 50 to 60 partners in Stoddard County, where news of Magnum's actions actually caused the number of STD tests there to noticeably jump. Since 2003, when he found about his HIV status, Magnum apparently exposed more than 300 partners to the disease.

As for why he didn't inform his sexual partners? "Fear of rejection," the 27-year-old Dexter man told police.

Full story: David Mangum, HIV-Positive Missouri Man, Knowingly Exposed 300 Plus Partners: Cops

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

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