Wednesday, April 10, 2013
O'Fallon Police said Kyle Gorman, who said he was ready to die, also fired shots in the home's garage and poured gasoline on his sister's car Saturday.
An O’Fallon man is accused of threatening his sister and firing shotgun blasts into the ground near her car Saturday. O’Fallon Police said Kyle Gorman, 19, screamed at his sister that he was going to kill her and fired the gun into the ground in the 400 block of White Chapel. The two both live at the address. Gorman was charged Monday with unlawful use of a weapon and third-degree domestic assault. Police said Gorman also fired the shotgun in the house’s garage and asked his sister if she wanted to be shot. Gorman told his sister, “I am ready to die tonight if necessary,” according to court documents. Police said he also threw an open gasoline can onto the hood of her car, covering it with gas. After his sister drove away, he lit gasoline …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
O'Fallon Police said the man challenged another person to meet him at the pool to fight, and during the altercation he pulled out a handgun and fired five shots in the air. Police discovered the handgun was stolen.
During a fight at the Hutchings Farm Subdivision pool, a 19-year-old O’Fallon man pulled out a handgun, pointed it at several people and fired five shots into the air on Jan. 6, O’Fallon Police said. The weapon also had been reported stolen. Jacob Anthony Aaron Davis, 19, of the first block of Congressional Way Court in O’Fallon, was charged by the St. Charles County Prosecutor’s Office Thursday with receiving stolen property. O’Fallon Police said Davis texted and tweeted another man to meet him and fight him at the subdivision pool at 210 Hutchings Farm Parkway. The two men and numerous others met at the pool Jan. 6 and the two began fighting, according to a court document. During the fight, Davis pulled out a .380 cal handgun from behind…
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Man told police he wanted to make the woman believe he would kill himself, according to a police report.
An O’Fallon man faces domestic abuse charges after police said he pulled out a gun and chambered a round while arguing with his wife and threatened to “go out in a big way.” Joshua Jenson, 24, of the 1600 block of Knightwood Lane in O’Fallon, was charged Friday with unlawful use of a weapon and third-degree domestic assault. O’Fallon Police said Jenson pulled out a Sig Sauer 1911 handgun while arguing with his wife and chambered a round. According to police, Jenson told his wife that if he was going to leave, he would “go out in a big way.” Jenson told police he intended to scare his wife to make her think he would kill himself. Police said Jenson also put his hands around his wife’s neck and took away her cell phone as she attempted to …
Thursday, August 23, 2012
O'Fallon Police said the man went to an O'Fallon business to collect on an investment and an altercation broke out.
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- Joe Scott
Thursday, August 23, 2012
A St. Charles man faces criminal charges after O’Fallon Police said he threatened another man with a handgun Friday. Matthew Rose, 34, of the 2200 block of Graystone in St. Charles, was charged Saturday with unlawful use of a weapon. O’Fallon Police said Rose went to a business in the 100 block of East Elm Street in O'Fallon Friday because he had invested in the business but hadn’t been paid. Police said he went to the business to collect merchandise in place of payment. An altercation between Rose and the victim started and Rose hit the victim in the face with the butt of the handgun, police said in a report. The victim also told police Rose pointed the handgun at him when he left. Rose denied pointing the gun at the victim. Bond for Rose…