Thursday, April 18, 2013
The two men are suspected of being illegal immigrants and were referred to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to a St. Charles County Sheriff's Department report.
Two men were arrested following a concert at the Family Arena in St. Charles April 8 after struggling with officers in the parking lot. Following the El Trono de Mexico concert at the arena, a St. Charles County Sheriff's deputy said he saw Nicolas Meza-Lopez, 24, throw a beer at a wall and shove a female Family Arena employee in the chest. The officer said he pursued him out of the Family Arena, where Meza-Lopez turned around, thumped his chest and began struggling with the officer. As the deputy was attempting to handcuff Nicolas Meza-Lopez, he said Pedro Meza-Lopez, 20, grabbed his shoulder and tried to prevent the arrest. A St. Charles police officer arrived to assist the deputy, and he and Pedro Meza-Lopez began to struggle, according…
Monday, February 18, 2013
The St. Charles police officer asked him to pick up a beer can he threw down in a Second Street alley, according to a report. The man also is accused of kicking out a patrol car's window.
A man who refused to pick up a beer can he threw down in an alley behind Second Street opted instead to throw down with a St. Charles officer, according to a police report. He ended up kicking out a window and damaging a door inside a St. Charles police car, the officer said. Ryan Burrows, 26, was charged Thursday with third-degree assaulting an officer, resisting arrest and second-degree property damage. Court records indicated Burrows is homeless. St. Charles Police said the officer saw Burrows throw down a beer can in the alley behind 723 North Second Street. After repeated attempts to have Burrows pick up the beer can and throw it away in a dumpster five feet away, the officer told him he was under arrest. The officer said Burrows took…
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Police said the man assaulted another employee and resisted arrest while his girlfriend from St. Charles tried to prevent his arrest.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Thursday, August 9, 2012
A Fastlane employee attacked another employee July 30 at gas station at 301 Salt Lick Road in St. Peters. St. Peters Police said Douglas Hoops Jr., 19, punched the other employee in the eye, threw items at him, damaged displays and merchandise and threatened the other Fastlane employee. When police arrived, Hoops hit an officer and spit on him, according to court documents. Hoops also resisted being put in the patrol car, and the car’s window by slamming his head into it, bending the window guide, according to a police statement. Hoops’ girlfriend, Michaelle Grayson, 23, of St. Charles, arrived after the arrest and began screaming at officers, police said. She ignored commands to step away from the car and was escorted away and told she …