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The following mug shots were taken from various Patch crime reports between Sept. 22-28.
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The new decongestant Zephrex-D should be in St. Louis pharmacies this year. It's gaining support from drug task force agents because it can't be converted into meth. Here's how it works.
O'Fallon Police said the young man groped a woman and a 14-year-old girl through windows as they slept in two separate incidents.
Highland Pharmaceuticals plans to offer Zephrex-D in St. Louis pharmacies by November. The new decongestant reportedly cannot be converted into meth and might not require a prescription.
The following mug shots were taken from various Patch crime reports between Sept. 15-21.
A Will County jury needed less than an hour to find the Oswego man guilty of murdering his family so he could pursue his dream of living in the Canadian wilderness
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