Monday, February 25, 2013
Maryland Heights Police say Crystal Callahan, a St. Charles-area woman, forged and cashed at least five checks at a Creve Coeur bank.
A St. Charles-area woman faces criminal charges after forging another person’s names to checks. Crystal Callahan, 33, of the 2000 block of St. Andrews Drive in St. Charles County, was charged Jan. 31 with forgery. Maryland Heights Police said Callahan signed the name of a Maryland Heights resident to five or six checks and cashed them at a U.S. Bank in Creve Coeur between May 6 and May 11 in 2011. Callahan was being held in St. Louis County jail Thursday after a warrant was served Wednesday. Bail was set at $25,000. For more crime information on St. Charles Patch, see the following articles:
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Martin to challenge Chris Koster for Missouri Attorney General.
Two days after a Webster Groves doctor made the 2nd Congressional district Republican primary a three candidate race, the contest is back down to two in the running. Thursday morning, St. Louis attorney Ed Martin announced he would drop out of the GOP primary for Congress and instead challenge Chris Koster to become the state's top lawyer. Feeding off of his near-victory against Rep. Russ Carnahan (D-St. Louis) in 2010, Martin had support in his bid to succeed Rep. Todd Akin (R-Wildwood), but has lagged considerably in fundraising compared to former RNC Co-Chair Ann Wagner, who has also lined up endorsements from national Republican figures, including John Ashcroft, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Former Arkansas Governor and …
Friday, December 9, 2011
The congressional candidate considered a bid for the GOP nomination for Governor.
The St. Louis Beacon is reporting that Ed Martin, who after a recent KMOX radio appearance caused a stir in political circles by suggesting he would consider entering the GOP race for Governor, has decided to remain in the Republican primary for the 2nd Congressional district. Martin is opposed by former RNC Co-Chair Ann Wagner, who has also fended off questions about switching to another contest, in light of her strong fundraising totals. Read Jo Mannies' report to find out what the Martin campaign did in the last week to consider the switch, prompted by KMOX host Mark Reardon after Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder announced he would not run for the state's top job. Martin's decision leaves St. Louis businessman David Spence and Bill …
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Ed Martin and Ann Wagner traded light jabs on endorsements and disagreement over immigration policy in the first debate between candidates for Missouri's new second district U.S. House seat.
Ten months before next August's primary, voters had their first chance over the weekend to see the two candidates vying for the Republican nomination to represent Missouri's newly redrawn second congressional district in Congress stand side by side and debate the issues. Ed Martin and Ann Wagner, who were both in the audience on the May day in Creve Coeur when Todd Akin announced he would run for the Senate instead of another term in the House, were back together for the debate at the Drury Plaza in Chesterfield Saturday afternoon. Click here to read our live blog from the debate While there were opportunities to see some differences both candidates directed most of their fire at President Obama and Congress. The hour-long session gave …
Friday, September 9, 2011
Saturday's regional championships will feature the top Frisbee golfers from a summer-long qualifying tour in the first state-wide competition of its kind.
Throughout the summer, disc golfers around St. Louis have been battling amongst each other to be the best in the region. On Saturday, they’ll settle the score. Wentzville’s Quail Ridge Park will be the host of a regional championship for the Bluebird Championship Series, a multi-city disc golf tour created by the Missouri Parks and Recreation Association that began in April. Spawned in 2010 as single-region tournament series around central Missouri, this year marks the first for the series to expand state-wide into four regions. “We wanted to do something that hasn’t been done before, something new for the state of Missouri,” said Brad Schmitt, MPRA’s sports section president and Creve Couer’s Parks and Recreation Director. “We see soccer…