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4 Arrested after 'Felony Amount of Items' taken from O'Fallon, Mo. Business
O’FALLON, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Four suspects were arrested Tuesday night following a theft at an O’Fallon, Missouri business.
Just before 8 p.m., officers were called to a business on Mexico Loop Road West after four suspects stole a “felony amount of items from the store,” O’Fallon police said. Three of the suspects ran off before police arrived, but the fourth suspect was left behind.
The three suspects who took off were later found sitting in a parked car in a nearby neighborhood driveway. They refused to cooperate with an officer and drove off. Police pursued the vehicle and stop sticks were deployed near the Highway K and Highway N intersection. After the car went over the stop sticks, it was disabled and eventually stopped on Highway 364. The suspects then ran off into an adjacent farm field and were taken into custody.
The three suspects who attempted to elude officers and the fourth suspect that was left behind are currently in custody at the O’Fallon Police Department pending application of warrants with the St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Stolen property was recovered, police said.
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Stray Rescue of St. Louis is Looking for One-day Fosters because their Shelter is Flooding.
Monday morning, the rescue organization posted on Facebook that their drains were backing up and the shelter was flooding. They disclosed that a company was scheduled to come out and make repairs.
“Have an office you can take a pup to for your work day? It would be so helpful!! We’re not able to do dog introductions, so if you have a place where they wouldn’t be around other animals is perfect,” the post read.
The shelter is also asking for donations of towels. Anyone who can take a dog for the day, or wants to donate towels should call the Stray Rescue of St. Louis at 314-771-6121 or visit them at 2320 Pine Street.