Man Steals from Area Churches, Abducted Girl Found in Cali and Gun Arrest at St. Louis Outlet Mall Most Read in January

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  1. The Mango Creme, a vanilla and coconut sandwich cookie with a mango-flavored creme filling, joins this year's offerings.
  2. Hazelwood Police said officers found the concealed firearm on the man during a theft investigation.
  3. Man Shoots Gun in Classics Bar & Grill to Break Up A Fight: Two women fighting leads to shots being fired.
  4. The Boy Scouts of America affirmed its ban on gay scouts and leaders in July of 2012.
  5. Gabrielle Jackson Found Alive in California: The 11-year-old girl went missing after her mother took her from school on a Monday afternoon in January 2012.
  6. Hazelwood's Most Wanted Fugitives List: If you have any information regarding any of the Hazelwood's Most Wanted contact HPD at 314-513-5130 or by email at tips@hazelwoodmo.org.
  7. : Hazelwood Police said an officer responding to a burglary call saw the defendant smashing aquariums in Beldt’s Aquarium on Howdershell Road.
  8. : Hazelwood Police said the man burglarized St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church and Hazelwood Baptist Church two times each.
  9. Budget Host Inn is Demolished: The Hazelwood motel, which was last in the news for being used as a methamphetamine lab, is no more.
  10. St. Louis Outlet Mall Sets 3 p.m. Teen Curfew: Customers should be prepared to show valid photo identification such as a driver’s license, state I.D. card or military I.D. should mall security or Hazelwood Police staffed at the mall's substation ask.
  11. : The break released an explosion of water onto the roadway that also turned to ice on one of the coldest days of winter thus far.
  12. Minnesota Vikings Tight End LaMark Brown Visits Russell Elementary: Brown, a Hazelwood West High School graduate, was in town and decided to visit his old elementary school.
  13. : Police, fire, and crime combined remains one of the most read sections on Hazelwood Patch.
Ashley February 06, 2013 at 05:19 PM
I read all of these. Great coverage.


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