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St. Louis Officer Shot While Investigating Possible Theft of His Personal Vehicle

October 12, 2017
A St. Louis police detective shot in the shoulder early Thursday was fired on as he followed his own vehicle, which he had loaned to a family member who didn't return it, police said.

Slain St. Louis Officer's Widow Recounts the "Worst Day In My Life"

October 9, 2017
Elizabeth Snyder, the bereft wife of slain St. Louis County Officer Blake Snyder, reflected on her husband's death in an emotional Facebook post on the anniversary of the tragedy.

Video: Protests Take Emotional Toll on St. Louis Police Officers

October 5, 2017
The wave of protests following the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley is reportedly costing St. Louis about $2,900,000 in police overtime. But St. Louis Police Officers' Association President Ed Clark said there is an emotional toll as well.

Protests Take Emotional Toll on St. Louis Officers

October 5, 2017
The wave of protests following the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley is reportedly costing St. Louis about $2,900,000 in police overtime. But St. Louis Police Officers' Association President Ed Clark said there is an emotional toll as well. More Here.

St. Louis Police Arrest 143 Protesters Blocking Highway

October 4, 2017
St. Louis Police took 143 people into custody Tuesday night after a group of protesters blocked the eastbound lanes of Highway 40 (Interstate 64) at Kingshighway.

Proposed St. Louis Law would Limit Police Use of Chemical Agents During Disorder

October 4, 2017
A bill proposed by a St. Louis alderman would restrict when police could use pepper spray and other chemical agents to disperse crowds.

St. Louis Mayor, Chief Call for Investigation of Police Response to Stockley Verdict Protests

September 28, 2017
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson and the city’s interim police chief have called for a third-party investigation into the department’s handling of protests over the last two weeks.

Russians Bought Black Lives Matter Facebook Ad Targeting Ferguson, Baltimore

September 28, 2017
At least one of the Facebook ads bought by Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign referenced Black Lives Matter and was specifically targeted to reach audiences in Ferguson, MO, and Baltimore.

St. Louis County Police Shut Down Protest at Shopping Mall

September 25, 2017
St. Louis County (IL) Police ordered protesters at the St. Louis Galleria to disperse Saturday afternoon — and when the protesters didn't, the officers began making arrests. Twenty-two people were ultimately detained.

MO Trooper Gets 10 Days in Jail for Accidental Drowning of Handcuffed Suspect

September 25, 2017
The weekend after Memorial Day, he arrested Ellingson for allegedly boating while intoxicated. Ellingson fell overboard while Piercy was driving the MSHP boat back to shore for processing. Piercy tried—unsuccessfully—to hook Ellingson with a pole.

ACLU Sues St. Louis Over Police Actions During Stockley Verdict Protests

September 22, 2017
The ACLU has filed suit against the city of St. Louis for what it calls "unlawful and unconstitutional" actions by police during protests of the Stockley verdict.

Man Charged with Murder in Shooting of Off-Duty MO Officer

September 21, 2017
Jackson County (MO) prosecutors have charged a 22-year-old man with second-degree murder in the Aug. 20 shooting death of Lee’s Summit police officer Thomas Alvin Orr III.

St. Louis to Equip Officers with Body Cameras

September 21, 2017
All St. Louis police officers could be wearing body cameras within 90 days after a contentious and chaotic vote of the St. Louis Board of Estimate and Apportionment on Wednesday.

Video: St. Louis Officer Accused of Posting Meme Calling BLM 'Domestic Terrorists'

September 20, 2017
The St. Louis Police Department (SLMPD) is investigating one of their own because of a Facebook meme that calls Black Lives Matter protesters "domestic terrorists." The meme also shows the wording "the Klan with a tan."

St. Louis Officer Accused of Posting Meme Calling BLM 'Domestic Terrorists'

September 20, 2017
The St. Louis Police Department (SLMPD) is investigating one of their own because of a Facebook meme that calls Black Lives Matter protesters "domestic terrorists." The meme also shows the wording "the Klan with a tan." More Here.

St. Louis Mayor Decries Police Officers' Chant to Protesters

September 20, 2017
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson says it wasn't acceptable for police to chant "Whose streets? Our streets!" on Sunday after clearing out protesters and onlookers in the city's downtown.

Protests Expected to Resume Tonight in St. Louis, Following Quiet Monday

September 19, 2017
Demonstrators outside the jail late Monday criticized authorities for keeping some of those arrested in jail for nearly 24 hours after they were taken into custody. Police said more than 120 people were arrested during Sunday's protests over the acquittal of a former police officer in the killing of a suspect.

Video: More than 80 Protesters Arrested in St. Louis; Officers Assaulted with Chemicals, Rocks

September 18, 2017
Arrests came after police officers were assaulted by protesters in St. Louis and "a concentrated area" was hit with vandalism including broken windows, broken sidewalk flower pots and overturned trash cans.

More than 80 Protesters Arrested in St. Louis; Officers Assaulted with Chemicals, Rocks

September 18, 2017
Arrests came after police officers were assaulted in St. Louis Sunday night and "a concentrated area" was hit with vandalism including broken windows, broken sidewalk flower pots and overturned trash cans, acting Police Commissioner Larry O'Toole told media. More Here.

Protesters Take to St. Louis Streets After Stockley Not-Guilty Verdict

September 15, 2017
Hundreds of protesters marched through city streets. Immediately following the verdict, some protesters shouted, "If we can't get no justice y'all can't get no peace!" and burned a St. Louis Cardinals sweatshirt.
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