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May 2014 Archives

St. Louis senior citizen arrested for harassment of teen, mother

Police in St. Louis are reportedly looking for additional victims possibly related to a current arrest. Often a sex offense investigation will unearth other incidents of alleged criminal sexual misconduct attributable to the individual. In addition, there are occasions when charges filed against a person are not sex crimes in the typical sense of the word, although some manner of sexual gratification may be the underlying motive.

Man pleads guilty to fraud charges related to bakery business

Missouri executives have access to funds in most businesses. Any of them with criminal tendencies might be tempted to acquire some for personal use. White collar crime, including embezzlement and fraud, can start with taking a dollar or two that one feels won't be missed. But once begun, it may be that access to huge sums of money creates a slippery slope.

Missouri man caught on video, charged with theft

Criminal legal procedures can be complex, even when a case seems simple. Even after a court ruling or jury decision, legal procedures continue in the form of sentencing hearings and appeals. Protecting your rights throughout the process is an essential part of minimizing the impact of charges, even if there seems to be a dearth of evidence against you.

Guilty plea results in jail time for St. Louis sex offender

Searching for sex in a classified ad is nothing new. However, access to the internet has changed the dynamics somewhat, and it allows for far-reaching options when it comes to sexual propensities. What's important to keep in mind, however, is that a sex crime is still a sex crime, even on the Internet.

Bail set at $75,000 in violent crime case

A Missouri man was arrested for an incident outside of St. Louis that involved a gun and threats to his ex-girlfriend. According to reports, the man was out on bail at the time of the incident for a previous armed robbery charge. Bail in the assault case is currently set at $75,000 cash.

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