Latest News in St. Louis, Missouri: Murder, Security Measures, Kidnapping and More

Jarrell Anderson, 23, is now in custody and facing serious charges for the murder of 23-year-old Turyan Austell.


is continuing to advance its security measures in light of the incident. Anderson is accused of shooting and killing Austell early Tuesday morning on a train that stopped at the Jackie Joyner-Kersee Center station in East St. Louis.

On Friday, a former police captain was accused of harassing another officer in court, with only eight people working to intervene in a situation of violence as the city hires new contractors. Police have identified the suspect in Sunday's kidnapping and sexual assault, as well as a mother who robbed a store and crashed her car into a Menard worker who was going to jail. The United States Senate has approved compensation for suffering caused by radioactive waste, prompting positive messages and momentum around economic justice. FOX 2 and News 11 have partnered with the St. Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) to launch a new monthly segment called “Positively St.

Louis”.The city of St. Louis has thousands of emergency calls but hundreds of unmanned agents. This lack of personnel endangers not only the police but also the population. The Louis Art Place Initiative (API) is accepting applications through August 18 for its next round of affordable housing in the Gravois Park neighborhood, encouraging artists of all media to apply. Early Thursday morning, two suspects were reportedly shot by a landlord in South City after breaking into a garage.

The landlady was in the back garage when the two men broke in shortly before 3am. One of them attacked her and she shot him before he ran out of the garage door in the 2100 block of Stansbury Street. The second suspect then began fighting with her and she hit him with her gun, getting shot in the hand. Louisiana State Police L Troop officers called for help after two men from Bay St. Louis died in an accident shortly before 4am.

A Ford F-250 occupied by Chandler Garcia was involved. The Maries County Sheriff's Office has issued an endangered people advisory for a teenager who has been missing since Wednesday. José Morales, 15, is believed to have left with his biological father and could be in St. Louis. The FBI has confirmed that agents arrested Dr. Sonny Saggar this morning following a raid on his home at Downtown Urgent Care.

Sagar was also the short-lived executive director of St. Alexius, now called South City Hospital.

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