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In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from the O'Fallon Patch from the last few days.
New R&B Club Planned in Former Bottoms Up Brewhouse Space
- O’Fallon residents may soon have another option for local dining and entertainment in the city. Local resident Rudy Zanas applied for a conditional use permit (CUP) to open R&B Club at 2693 Highway K inside Babble Creek Plaza, the former home of Bottoms Up Brewhouse. Zanas requested a CUP to sell and serve alcoholic beverages by the drink.
Man Gets Probation for Pointing Laser at Police Helicopter
- A former O'Fallon resident was sentenced to probation being found guilty to pointing a laser at a Metro St. Louis Air Support Police helicopter in May 2012. , was sentenced to two years of probation, two months of home confinement and 40 hours of community service.
Man Pepper Sprayed After Trying to Bite Cops
- A St. Charles County man is accused of kicking and trying to bite Sheriff’s deputies who arrested him on an outstanding warrant. Mathew Charleville, 25, of the 100 block of Pinto Circle near Dardenne Prairie, was charged April 4 with two counts of assaulting a law enforcement officer.
Police to Put Shoplifting Mugshots on Website in Efforts to Deter Crime
- If you steal from a store and O'Fallon Policecatch you, your mugshot will now be displayed on the department website. O'Fallon Police announced on Tuesday a new initiative to bring attention to—and deter—shoplifting in the city.
New Upscale Restaurant Plans to Open in O’Fallon in May
- O’Fallon will soon be home to a new upscale restaurant. David Sparks, of Sparks Family Enterprises, LLC, applied for a conditional use permit (CUP) to open Eleven 65 at 1165 Technology Dr. This vacant building was the former home of J. Buck's Restaurant, located between the Staybridge Suites and Holiday Inn Express.