St. Charles Crime News January 2013

Check out the round up of crime in St. Charles in January 2013.

In January, St. Charles' new Police Chief Randy McKinley started with the department; a St. Charles girl ran away with an older man who was subsequently charged with statutory rape and an 18-year-old was charged with six burglaries. 

New Police Chief Says Department Needs Stability


  • Man Indicted for Murder in St. Charles Domestic Assault Case
  • Couple Indicted on Manslaughter For Selling Heroin to Overdose Victim


  • Two Prisoners Indicted in Jailhouse Attack That Hospitalized Man



  • 18-Year-Old Charged With Six St. Charles Burglaries


  • St. Charles Teen Charged After Trading Pills for Cigarettes at Francis Howell North
  • Police Say New 'N-Bomb' Drug is a Dangerous Addition to St. Louis Area

Missing Girl

  • Man Charged With Statutory Rape of 16-Year-Old Who Disappeared With Him
  • 'We Just Want Her Home': Family Waiting to Hear from Missing Girl


  • St. Charles Prostitution Sting Lands Woman in Jail
  • St. Charles Man Charged After Showing Gun in 'Road Rage' Incident
  • Police Searching for Unidentified Suspects Using Counterfeit Money

Police Reports

  • Police Reports: Man Steals from Business with Quick Change Scheme
  • Police Reports: Party Guests Reportedly Rob Host's House
  • Police Reports: Suspect Admits to Stealing Copper Piping from Home
  • Police Reports: Police Arrest Someone for Indecent Exposure
  • Police Blotter: Copper Pipes Taken from Empty Home
  • Police Reports: TV Stolen from Culpeppers

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