Too busy last week to stay up to date on all the news happening in and around North St. Louis County? Not to worry. Patch has your back.
In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from the two North County Patch sites—Florissant Patch and Hazelwood Patch—over the last few days:
A North County Man Charged in Sunswept Apartment Shooting: St. Louis County Police said Lonnie L. Brown shot at and hit a man in the lower right back at the apartment complex in August.
: The Hazelwood BP owner wants to re-open, but has been dealing with tank issues and going back-and-forth with the city about expired land use permits.
Florissant Man Charged In Brentwood First Bank Robbery: The bank inside Dierberg's on Eager Road was robbed Jan. 7. Police arrested the defendant a week later.
A Hazelwood East Custodian Was Arrested. He brings guns and drugs onto the school campus: The custodian was taken away in handcuffs on Thursday at about 3 p.m.
Police Ask for Public's Help to Identify Man Who Robbed Florissant Store Tuesday: The suspect is described as a black male, mid 20’s, approximately six feet tall. Patch has photos and the detectives' contact information, right here.
A Group of Masked Intruders Invade A NoCo Home and Rob Video Game Players: Two women already inside the home as guests were part of the set up for the robbery, St. Louis County Police said.
Kyle McClellan Headed to Texas Rangers with Minor League Deal: McClellan, a Hazelwood West alumn, was also invited to the team's major-league spring training.
: The victim needed staples to close a gash in his head from the attack, Hazelwood Police said.
Florissant City Council Declares Funeral Protesting Illegal: The council unanimously passed the bill which prohibits funeral protest activities within 300 feet of any location holding a funeral, and for one hour before and after the services.
: Both sides concluded first day of talks on Wednesday at 7 p.m. according to SEEPA's Facebook page.
Video: Budget Host Inn is Demolished: The Hazelwood motel, which was last in the news for being used as a methamphetamine lab, began being torn down Thursday.