working class citizen

Garden City, MI

#54 Mar 22, 2012
LOL wrote:
It's Kevin Malone, but he left HIS name out of it. The white hooders just can't get used to a mixed society. H elost money on his house and he's trying to bring the value of all of them down to his level. But his place was a pig sty with badly done "repairs".
The whole town is a pig sty. Look around. Welfare abusers and criminals are safe there. Just like E St Louis. Not a mixed society anymore, more like 80/20. The working class that still works and cares about that town are now the minority.
Carole

Saint Louis, MO

#55 Mar 22, 2012
http://news.yahoo.com/video/stlouiskmovchanne...
Police: Thieves steal from basketball team's parked bus near the Arch
19 hrs ago - KMOV 4 St. Louis 2:00 | 1,482 views
ST. LOUIS (KMOV)- Police are investigating after thieves stole items from an Illinois high school basketball team's bus parked near the Arch on Sunday. Authorities said they were called to the intersection of Leonor K Sullivan and Poplar Street around 3:30 p.m. after two adults and seven teenagers from Cornerstone Christian Academy in Sycamore, Illinois reported property missing from their bus. When police arrived, they found damage to the passenger-side window. "When we got back the bus doors were open so
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#59 Mar 27, 2012
Blotter 3/27/12
ST. CLAIR COUNTY SHERIFF
Hardy M. Burns, 29, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Benjamin L. Palmer, 51, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of all other disorderly conduct and warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Gary S. Johns, 44, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Torrey L. Wells, 23, of East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of operating uninsured motor vehicle, suspended or revoked driver's license and warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Inky

Columbia, IL

#62 Apr 1, 2012
Looks like all the black folks be acting up .Just look at their first names lmao
Cahokia

Troy, IL

#65 Apr 2, 2012
Posted on Mon, Apr. 02, 2012
Blotter 4/2/12
MONDAY, MARCH 26
Joshua D. Mosley, 23, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Fairview Heights police.
Terrance O. Higgins, 37, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of retail theft by Fairview Heights police.
Sharone Moore, 47, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, illegal transportation, operating uninsured motor vehicle, no driver's license by Cahokia police.
Brian A. Wagner, 57, of Granite City, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Cahokia

Troy, IL

#66 Apr 2, 2012
Bo A. McCall, 23, of Caseyville, arrested on suspicion of suspended or revoked driver's license by St. Clair County sheriff.
Jacqueline M. Fair, 35, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Angel S. Lyons, 26, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of possession of cannabis by Cahokia police.
Quentelle Myers, 28, of Cahokia, multiple warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Michael A. Reid, 44, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Edwin Washington, 53, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Jazmine R. Griggs, 18, of St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of retail theft and obstructing justice by Cahokia police.
Department.
William A. Martin, 29, of Collinsville, pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography. Martin faces up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000 at his July 16 sentencing. Law enforcement agents seized two computers from Martin's home Aug. 17, 2010, that contained child pornography.
THURSDAY, MARCH 29
Delores Ann Holton, 60, of Fairview Heights, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge G. Patrick Murphy to five years' probation for a felony conviction for concealment of material information from the Social Security Administration. Holton received a total of $55,467.50 in disability benefits to which she was not entitled by providing multiple employers from 2002 through 2008 a different Social Security number than the one under which she received disability benefits. The court also ordered her to pay full restitution to the United States and a $100 special assessment.
FRIDAY, MARCH 30
Daniel Ortiz, 28, who is from Mexico but had recently lived in Granite City, was sentenced to 12 years in prison and ordered to forfeit $413,070 by U.S. District Judge Michael Reagan. The judge also entered an order that will require Ortiz to be deported following his release from prison. He had been convicted Dec. 14 on single counts of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine and distribution of cocaine. He was charged with 25 others with being part of a drug ring that operated in the metro-east. Nineteen defendants have previously been sentenced to prison and the rest await sentencing.
Jamal A. Burgess, 28, of Cahokia, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a firearm by a previously convicted felon. Burgess faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine at his June 29 sentencing. Agents found Burgess in possession of a sawed-off shotgun Nov. 30 in the Orr-Weathers public housing complex in East St. Louis.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
TUESDAY, MARCH 27
Clarence Draper, 48, of Kansas City, Mo., was found guilty of theft by a jury. Draper was convicted of stealing a large quantity of brass mailbox plates and copper Dec. 8 from a former dormitory of Parks College, now owned by the Village of Cahokia. Because Draper has six prior felony convictions he is eligible for an extended prison sentence term of between one and six years, or up to 30 months of probation.
ILLINOIS STATE POLICE
Tuesday, MARCH 22
Illinois State Police arrested the following store employees for allegedly serving alcohol to minors during a alcohol enforcement operation conducted March 22 at 20 St. Clair County businesses: Richard Newsom, 46, of Trenton, at Gas Mart, 105 S. Main St. in Shiloh; Shirley Williams, 23, of Freeburg, at Casey's General Store, 1706 Mascoutah Ave. in Belleville; Marc Henrichs, 47, of Lebanon, at BP gas station, 743 True Value Drive in Lebanon; Alex Frohning, 19, of Newton, at Casey's General Store, 908 S. Madison St. in Lebanon; and Crystal Conklin, 19, Belleville, at All-Mart, 302 E. Main St. in Mascoutah. They were all charged with misdemeanor unlawful delivery of liquor to a minor.
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Fo Sho

Belleville, IL

#67 Apr 2, 2012
You mad because you got chased out of town Cahokia? What a douchie you are to just keep posting smack.
I know

Edwardsville, IL

#68 Apr 2, 2012
Move. It will only get worse. Look at East St. Louis. It was once a nice town.
Mr Blisterod

Arnold, MO

#69 Apr 3, 2012
Nobody was chased nobody they wanted better a brighter future. there's no bright future in cahokia. Its going down hill guick never to return. just like at what the fine residents are capable of.Good luck your going to need it!
Todays Kids

Saint Louis, MO

#70 Apr 3, 2012
(KTVI)– St. Louis city police got a call around 7 p.m. Sunday about a group of teens assaulting 3 people near 18th and Chestnut at Memorial Park.

When they arrived they found at least 30 teenagers both male and female between 13 and 18 years old in a mob surrounding 3 people. A 16 year old boy had his iPod and baseball bat stolen. The other victims, a 62 and 53 year old male, were punched and kicked by the group.

Police say citizens called it in and are glad the situation didn’t escalate.

Two males 18 and 16 years old were taken into custody they are facing robbery and 3rd degree assault charges. The 13 arrested teens were released to their guardians and parents.

Police say members of this group weren’t affiliated with those in the knockout game. They also say citizens patrols will be out in full force to help police this summer in areas surrounding downtown.

All three of the victims suffered minor injuries and are expected to be ok. The stolen Ipod was also returned to its rightful owner.

Police say none of the teens involved in the attack had prior criminal records.
Gun Laws

Edwardsville, IL

#71 Apr 3, 2012
Todays Kids wrote:
(KTVI)– St. Louis city police got a call around 7 p.m. Sunday about a group of teens assaulting 3 people near 18th and Chestnut at Memorial Park.
When they arrived they found at least 30 teenagers both male and female between 13 and 18 years old in a mob surrounding 3 people. A 16 year old boy had his iPod and baseball bat stolen. The other victims, a 62 and 53 year old male, were punched and kicked by the group.
Police say citizens called it in and are glad the situation didn’t escalate.
Two males 18 and 16 years old were taken into custody they are facing robbery and 3rd degree assault charges. The 13 arrested teens were released to their guardians and parents.
Police say members of this group weren’t affiliated with those in the knockout game. They also say citizens patrols will be out in full force to help police this summer in areas surrounding downtown.
All three of the victims suffered minor injuries and are expected to be ok. The stolen Ipod was also returned to its rightful owner.
Police say none of the teens involved in the attack had prior criminal records.
They are like a pack of dogs. One will not do anything, but get a few together and that is when they want to fight unfair. This is when the right to carry a gun would be very beneficial.
Not Impressed

United States

#72 Apr 3, 2012
Has anyone gone to the BND blotter. Look at all the crimes for Belleville and some of the other cities around here. Also if you read some of these the people committing the crime is not from Cahokia. If whoever is posting all this is trying to make a point your missing the mark. You are showing that there is crime EVERYWHERE! For those of you that are making comments that don't live here you don't see that Cahokia is improving. We got Bergman and his bunch out of here and things are getting done. Sure there is more to get done but as the saying says, "Rome wasn't built in a day".
Not Impressed

United States

#74 Apr 3, 2012
I have one more point to make, All these posts are showing the people that say the police are not doing their jobs are wrong.Look at how many of those say, arrested by Cahokia police.
The Reality Is

Edwardsville, IL

#77 Apr 3, 2012
Ann wrote:
<quoted text>
What are you personally doing to make our town safer?
I am PERSONALLY gonna take back this town THAT'S what I'm gonna do! NOW, what about YOU??? Are you gonna sit on your fat AZZ and draw that welfare and that lick them food stamps forever??? You're probably still drinkin the KOOLAID that your hero FRANK BERGERBOY was givin out for 8 years. He's the reason Cahokia is in the shape it's in today and now I gotta take this town back with or withour YOUR help! I can't believe I voted for that ASSCLOWN TWICE!!!!!!!!!!
Not Impressed

United States

#78 Apr 3, 2012
Ann wrote:
<quoted text>
What are you personally doing to make our town safer?
The first thing I did was vote for Gary Cornwell. Next, my neighbors and I are our own neighborhood watch. We all watch out for each other. I don't think twice about calling code enforcement, the police or drug enforcement. I can't cover the whole town but I can take care of my corner of it. I think voting for the right people to run the town is a big part of doing something FOR the town.
Todays Kids

Saint Louis, MO

#79 Apr 4, 2012
Brendan Kelly

State's Attorney
two seven seven three eight nine two48

Our State's Attorney is doing a good job at cleaning up St. Clair County. He needs to hear from you about specific complaints. I have let him know about a knwn gang banger's house in St. Joseph Gardens.

Please call the Brendan Kelly and let him know about troubled spots in your area.

Thanks.
Todays Kids

Saint Louis, MO

#80 Apr 4, 2012
Not Impressed wrote:
<quoted text>
The first thing I did was vote for Gary Cornwell. Next, my neighbors and I are our own neighborhood watch. We all watch out for each other. I don't think twice about calling code enforcement, the police or drug enforcement. I can't cover the whole town but I can take care of my corner of it. I think voting for the right people to run the town is a big part of doing something FOR the town.
Wish you were my neighbor. Thanks for your response.
minuteman

East Saint Louis, IL

#81 Apr 4, 2012
Ann wrote:
<quoted text>
What are you personally doing to make our town safer?
Getting acquainted with Mr. Smith and Mr. Wesson.
minuteman

East Saint Louis, IL

#82 Apr 4, 2012
Todays Kids wrote:
Brendan Kelly
State's Attorney
two seven seven three eight nine two48
Our State's Attorney is doing a good job at cleaning up St. Clair County. He needs to hear from you about specific complaints. I have let him know about a knwn gang banger's house in St. Joseph Gardens.
Please call the Brendan Kelly and let him know about troubled spots in your area.
Thanks.
He hasn't gone sfter the thief and fraud who holds an unearned, taxpayer funded job at the county level. When Brennan does that, THEN I'll BELIEVE HIM.
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#83 Apr 4, 2012
Blotter 4/4/12
10:52 a.m. Indecent exposure, attempted criminal sexual assault -- Belle Valley School, 2465 Amann Drive. Principal reported Friday that five special education students attempted to lure the victim into a wooded area near the school in an attempt to sexually assault the victim.
Thomas A. Stocker, 18, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of retail theft by Cahokia police.
Kenneth K. Graham, 21, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of probation violation by Cahokia police.
Fernandez M. White Jr., 19, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of domestic battery by Centreville police.
Shone R. White, 22, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Helena N. Louvier, 25, of Cahokia, two traffic violations and warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Walter G. Phoenix, 25, of Cahokia, multiple warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Terrell M. Burch, 37, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a weapon by Alorton police.
Bernard L. Mosley, 33, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of suspended or revoked driver's license and traffic violation by St. Clair County sheriff.
Douglas E. Griggs, 22, of East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass to land by Cahokia police.
Ronnie L. James, 36, of St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of criminal damge to property by Cahokia police.

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