A Richmond Heights woman said a man came to her door who appeared to be drunk with a can of spray paint in his hand.
Someone spray-painted the letters "KKK" on two houses in Richmond Heights on Saturday—one in the 7700 block of Weston Place and the other in the 1600 block of Bredell Avenue. The suspect or suspects also painted the letters on a fence and ripped the railing off a front porch. Alisha Allen said her husband answered the door Saturday night and a man who she said appeared to be drunk was there, with a can of spray paint in his hand. She said he pulled the railing off her porch, and she assumes he was the one who spray-painted “KKK” on her house and car. Allen told Patch a red fence nearby also was spray-painted, but has since been painted over. The Rusan family, in the 7700 block of Weston Place, also found “KKK” painted on the front of their…
Gabriel Williams remains in jail after the Dec. 31 incident, KSDK Channel 5 reported.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Nate Birt
Thursday, January 5, 2012
A St. Louis County man has been arraigned in connection with a Clayton home invasion in late December, KSDK Channel 5 reported. Quoting from the KSDK article: "Gabriel Williams of Country Club Hills in north St. Louis County is charged with kidnapping, burglary, robbery, felonious restraint and armed criminal action." Read more about the case in the full article on KSDK's website. New Year's Eve case involved two suspects, police say The incident happened at about 4:30 p.m. Dec. 31 when two armed suspects demanded money from a resident of the 50 block of Arundel Place as he worked in his yard, a news release from the Clayton Police Department states. When man could not provide them with money, one of the suspects demanded that the resident…