Monday, January 28, 2013
Joshua Middleton is charged with 27 counts of Burglary 2nd degree and one count of a Theft/Stealing of over 500 dollars.
An O'Fallon man is charged with burglarizing several vacant local homes. Earlier in January, the O’Fallon Police Department requested the public's help in keeping an eye out for suspicious activity, after a rash of vacant home burglaries during the past month. Thieves were targeting copper pipes in basements. According to O'Fallon Police, Joshua Middleton, 23, O'Fallon, admitted to burglarizing vacant foreclosed homes in O’Fallon and the surrounding area. On Jan. 12, the O’Fallon Police Department received a call from a citizen in the area of the 300 block of Copper Tree Ct., regarding a subject looking in the windows of a vacant home before leaving the area in a truck. An O'Fallon officer later stopped Middleton and he was arrested and…
Friday, August 24, 2012
Ryan Beasley told police he sold the fake heroin so he could buy heroin for himself. The St. Charles man is being charged with selling an "imitation controlled substance."
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Friday, August 24, 2012
A St. Charles man sold two pieces of gravel to an undercover detective, telling him the rocks were raw heroin. A St. Charles County Drug Task Force report said the man doctored the gravel to resemble heroin. A close visual inspection and field tests revealed the substance was not heroin, detectives said. Ryan T. Beasley, 29, of the 1200 block of Lakeshore Drive in St. Charles, was charged Wednesday, with delivery of an imitation controlled substance. Detectives said the undercover officer met Beasley near Time Centre Apartments in St. Charles and bought the fake heroin from him for $60. Beasley told police he sold the fake heroin so he could buy heroin for himself, according to the report. He was on probation for first-degree burglary and …
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Santorum will be at the St. Charles Convention Center on Tuesday night.
The St. Charles City-County Library will host author Deborah Hopkinson and St. Louis illustrator John Hendrix.
The St. Charles City-County Library is participating for the first time this year in theRead St. Louis initiative, which is an initiative developed by St. Louis County Library and St. Louis Public Library to encourage St. Louisans to read and discuss books. The initiative, which first launched in 2009, features different books and authors each year. St. Charles City-County Library will join the other libraries this year in hosting events showcasing the featured authors and their work. Maggie Preiss, St. Charles City-County Library’s director of children's resources and marketing, said that this year, the St. Louis County Library and St. Louis Public Library invited the library system to participate. “We are very excited about it,” Preiss …
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Kisker Road Library Branch Manager Keri Cascio resigns. The board discusses more specific guidelines on public comments during meetings.
At Monday night’s St. Charles County Library Board meeting, the board announced Kisker Road Library Branch Manager Keri Cascio’s resignation. Cascio has accepted a job as a Director of Innovative Technologies and Library Resource Management at Linda Hall Library in Kansas City, MO. The library specializes in media on science, engineering, and technology. Cascio has been the branch manager at Kisker for the last seven years. She is also serving a two-year term on the executive board for the Missouri Library Association. Before becoming the Kisker Road Library branch manager, Cascio worked as a librarian for St. Louis Public Library and as a library assistant for St. Louis County libraries. Director Jim Brown said Cascio has accomplished …