Friday, May 3, 2013
The infant was dropped by his father, according to University City Police.
The University City man charged with first-degree assault for dropping his infant son has previously been charged with injuring one of his children. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Jeremy M. Giles was charged in Jefferson County with endangering the welfare of a child. The Post reports that Giles' one-month-old son was hospitalized on Oct. 9, 2011, after suffering two black eyes and extensive bruising. See previous story: U City Man Accused of Dropping, Injuring Infant Son The University City Police were called to St. Louis Children's Hospital on April 24 in regard to a suspected abuse case. The child had skull fractures and brain swelling, the Post reports. Giles is being held on a cash-only $200,000 bond.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Jeremy Giles, 25, is charged with assault.
A 4-month-old baby was dropped at home, causing serious injuries to the baby's head and torso. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the child's father, Jeremy M. Giles, 25, has been charged with assault in connection with his son's injuries. Giles lives on Balson Ave. in University City. The Post reports that the child was taken to St. Louis Children's Hospital April 24. University City Police were called when doctors suspected child abuse. He is being held on a cash-only $200,000 bond. To read the full Post story, click here. See more on Patch:
Friday, November 9, 2012
The man was sentenced Thursday for sodomizing a boy at his home in Hazelwood.
Kevin Thompson, a former director of Good Shepherd Children and Family Services in University City, has been sent to prison for 15 years for sodomizing a foster child who lived with him in Hazelwood. Thompson, 45, was sentenced by St. Louis County Circuit Judge Thomas J. Prebil. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Thompson was convicted of 11 counts of second-degree statutory sodomy. Some of the sentences run concurrently, giving him a sentence of 15 years in a state prison. The victim was a 16-year-old boy who was sodomized in 2009. Prosecutors say Thompson had met the boy through Thompson's work at Good Shepherd. Authorities verified that none of the sex acts took place at Good Shepherd. According to its web site, Good Shepherd …
Monday, November 5, 2012
This former Florissant man is on St. Louis County's Most Wanted list. To report a sighting of any of the following Most Wanted Fugitives, call 314-615-4692 or contact St. Louis Regional CrimeStoppers at 866-371-8477 (TIPS).
Officers for the St. Louis County Police Department website update the Most Wanted list as fugitives are apprehended. The list currently includes suspects wanted for statutory sodomy, unlawful uses of weapons, burglary, attempted child enticement, robbery, child kidnapping, stealing, forgery, assault of law officers, statutory rape and domestic assault. Among the current suspects is Deshawn Brown, whose photo accompanies this article. His last known address was in Florissant, and he is wanted for child abuse. He is 32 years old. Click here to see photos and details about the other top eight suspects wanted in St. Louis County. To provide information on the whereabouts of anyone on the Most Wanted list for St. Louis County, call the St. …
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Several stitches were required to close up the wound, police said.
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- Joe Scott
Saturday, October 27, 2012
A man threw a glass bowl full of rice at a 16-year-old, gashing the teen’s forehead, University City Police reported. Calvin Turner, 32, of the 4000 block of Cook Avenue in St. Louis, was charged Thursday with child abuse, a class C felony. As an alternative to the child abuse charge, he was charged with third-degree assault, a class A misdemeanor. University City Police said Turner was angered because the teenager stuck up for his mother and threw the rice bowl at him. The glass bowl struck the 16-year-old in the forehead, causing a gash that required stitches, police said. The incident was Feb. 12 at a home in University City. Bail was set at $10,000 for Turner. For more crime information on University City Patch, see the following …