Thursday, January 17, 2013
STLtoday reports 17-year-old Arthur A. Sauer III, of Troy, is charged with three felonies.
A 17-year-old Troy man is charged with three felonies and three misdemenors after leading police on a high-speed chase down Highway 79 near O'Fallon on Monday, according to STLtoday.com. The article states that police saw Arthur A. Sauer III, 17, Troy, driving 103 miles per-hour on southbound Highway 79 and when they attempted to pull him over he sped up to 112. STLtoday reports Sauer attempted to turn onto T.R. Hughes Boulevard in O'Fallon, but missed the turn, ran over road signs and hit a median, yet still continued driving until eventually one of his rear tires fell off on Highway K. Click here to read the rest of the story on STLtoday.com.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
A visitation and memorial service for Roger Dale Gaedike, 49, O'Fallon, is scheduled for Thursday, July 12.
Funeral arrangements for the O'Fallon man found dead in the Cuivre River last week are Thursday, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Roger Dale Gaedike told friends he was searching for arrowheads in Lincoln County before he went missing around 4 a.m. on the Fourth of July. His body was found in Cuivre River two days later. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports visitation is scheduled at McCoy-Blossom Funeral and Cremation Center, 1304 Boone Street, Troy, MO 63379, on Thursday from 4-7 p.m., followed by a memorial service. For more information, click here.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
According to court documents, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Nicholas J. Thrasher, of Troy, on March 2.
The St. Charles County Prosecutor’s Office issued a warrant for the arrest of a Troy man on felony drug possession charges on March 2. According to a probable cause statement, an O'Fallon police officer responded to a call of an unresponsive man at Pearl Drive and TR Hughes Boulevard on Oct. 7, 2011 . When the officer arrived, Nicholas J. Thrasher, of Troy, was lying on the ground, partially inside a car. Court documents state the officer found a strong pulse and after rubbing the man's sternum, he opened his eyes. The O’Fallon officer asked if Thrasher took anything that would make him unresponsive, and the man replied "Heroin." Paramedics arrived, and the officer searched him to make sure it was safe for the paramedics to treat him. …