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The latest on local crime and public safety.
State Department Issues Travel Alert for Sochi Olympics

State Department Issues Travel Alert for Sochi Olympics

Americans traveling to the Games this year should be vigilant of their surroundings, officials said.
100 Stories About Gun Violence Since Newtown

100 Stories About Gun Violence Since Newtown

We looked at stories from across America in the year since the shootings at Sandy Hook School to try to illustrate the scale of the problem.
Across the Country, Police Use Cell Phone Data to Snoop

Across the Country, Police Use Cell Phone Data to Snoop

'Cell tower dumps’ are causing Americans to ponder their basic rights of privacy.
FEMA Asks Medics to Enter Mass Shooting ‘Warm Zones’

FEMA Asks Medics to Enter Mass Shooting ‘Warm Zones’

FEMA issues new guidelines for first responders of mass attacks.
What You Need to Know About Marijuana ‘Dabbing’

What You Need to Know About Marijuana ‘Dabbing’

A look at ‘dabbing,’ a new trend in marijuana consumption.
‘The Knockout Game': Real Threat or Viral Legend?

‘The Knockout Game': Real Threat or Viral Legend?

Facebook feeds and cable networks are full of coverage of innocent people being sucker punched. But there’s not much evidence of this “game” sweeping the nation.
World’s 2nd Global Police Tweet-a-thon Is Here

World’s 2nd Global Police Tweet-a-thon Is Here

The force will be strong on Twitter for the 2nd Global Police Tweet-a-thon.
St. Charles County Crime Round-Up

St. Charles County Crime Round-Up

Patch rounds up all the crime news from around St. Charles County.
Men Who Stole Sodas, Alcohol in Burglary Were Thirsty Due to Heroin Use, Police Say

Men Who Stole Sodas, Alcohol in Burglary Were Thirsty Due to Heroin Use, Police Say

Investigators said Timothy Allen Williams broke into a home after leaving the scene of an accident and abandoning Williams' car.
St. Charles County Crime Round-Up

St. Charles County Crime Round-Up

Patch rounds up all the crime news from around St. Charles County.
St. Peters Police News: Child Porn Charges, Bar Fight and More

St. Peters Police News: Child Porn Charges, Bar Fight and More

If you missed any police coverage recently, take a look at the St. Peters crime stories published the week of Sept. 29, 2013.
Updated: St. Peters Woman Gets Probation After Leaving Rifle in Toddler's Crib

Updated: St. Peters Woman Gets Probation After Leaving Rifle in Toddler's Crib

Cheryl D. Dudley was placed on five years probation after pleading guilty to charges, such as keeping unsanitary conditions with dog feces and dirty diapers strewn on the floor.
Police Reports: Woman Arrested for DWI After Hitting Curb, Falling Asleep in Car

Police Reports: Woman Arrested for DWI After Hitting Curb, Falling Asleep in Car

St. Peters Police Reports, Sept. 18 and 19.
Police Reports: Fight at Church Street Bar

Police Reports: Fight at Church Street Bar

St. Peters Police Reports Sept. 15.
St. Peters Area Man Charged With Child Porn Possession

St. Peters Area Man Charged With Child Porn Possession

Missouri Highway Patrol investigators reported finding child pornography on Pascal Bercker's computer.
Police Reports: Thieves Hit Unlocked Cars at Vanderbilt Apartment Complex

Police Reports: Thieves Hit Unlocked Cars at Vanderbilt Apartment Complex

St. Peters Police Reports, Sept. 16-18.
Police Reports: Attempted Break-in on Treeshadow Drive

Police Reports: Attempted Break-in on Treeshadow Drive

St. Peters Police Reports, Sept. 15.
Police Reports: Yard Waste Dumped in Back of a Car

Police Reports: Yard Waste Dumped in Back of a Car

St. Peters Police Reports, Sept. 15-16.
Police Reports: Cell Phone Stolen From Car With No Doors, Windows

Police Reports: Cell Phone Stolen From Car With No Doors, Windows

St. Peters crime reports, Sept. 5-6.
Men Helped Burglarize St. Charles County House, Police Say

Men Helped Burglarize St. Charles County House, Police Say

Alex Stigall also was charged with receiving stolen property and physically taking property from a victim earlier this year.