Man charged after robbery at BP Amoco

Man charged after robbery at BP Amoco

There are 15 comments on the KMOV.com story from May 26, 2011, titled Man charged after robbery at BP Amoco. In it, KMOV.com reports that:

A man was charged in a robbery at BP Amoco early Tuesday morning. Shannon D. Moore, 42, of Chesterfield is facing one count of Aggravated Robbery class 1 felony, one count of Robbery Class 2 felony, and one count of unlawful possession of a stolen motor vehicle class 2 felony.

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namesake

Wayne, PA

#1 Jun 1, 2011
that stinks. He really is a nice guy. I hope this is just a misunderstanding. Here is a nice view of the guy.

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casey

Ambler, PA

#2 Jun 6, 2011
He was an executive at a big company, guess he's running out of money...
Concerned

Maple Grove, MN

#3 Jun 14, 2011
My heart aches for him and his family. I truly find this hard to believe and I pray that he is cleared and is able to get back to some form of normalcy. Shannon is a remarkable man with marvelous talents and I hope and pray this is a HUGE misunderstanding!
St_Louis_friend

Highland, IL

#4 Jun 18, 2011
He is thought very highly of as a person and once as a leader. What happened? He was a good friend that I looked up to.
Fred

United States

#5 Jul 18, 2011
I've known Shannon professionally for the last four years. He's defines the word "professional" -- always appreciative, thoughtful and insightful. This is very distressing. My thoughts are with him.
EET

Saint Louis, MO

#6 Jul 26, 2011
The truth is he was in possession of my stolen truck!! I am still steamed because the money we had set back for vacation went to pay for the impound fees (for the 4 days it sat there) and also my lost wages of 4 days!! I live an hour south of St Louis so this had a big impact on my family. We work hard for everything we got (definitely not the money he probably made) and my kids look forward to vacation and we didn't get one this year because of his acts.
Old friend

New Orleans, LA

#7 Aug 1, 2011
EET wrote:
The truth is he was in possession of my stolen truck!! I am still steamed because the money we had set back for vacation went to pay for the impound fees (for the 4 days it sat there) and also my lost wages of 4 days!! I live an hour south of St Louis so this had a big impact on my family. We work hard for everything we got (definitely not the money he probably made) and my kids look forward to vacation and we didn't get one this year because of his acts.
I can't believe this is the same Shannon Moore that I worked with and became friends with in New Orleans many years back. This doesn't sound like him at all. What is he actually accused of? what happened?
Co-Worker Friend

Roseland, NJ

#8 Aug 15, 2011
My prayers go out to him and his family. We must seek God and focus on teaching others about God. I am sure his spirit will rise again and his story will be a story we can all learn from.
Please do not be quick to judge a book by its cover!!!!
When the time is right those that have been impacted by Shannon in a positive light we will be there to help him pick up the pieces he needs to clean himself up first.
Please seek God, and stay in the word.
Shannon was a leader and will be a leader again!!!!
If you do not think so, look into the bible...
Whatever

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Aug 17, 2011
Co-Worker Friend wrote:
My prayers go out to him and his family. We must seek God and focus on teaching others about God. I am sure his spirit will rise again and his story will be a story we can all learn from.
Please do not be quick to judge a book by its cover!!!!
When the time is right those that have been impacted by Shannon in a positive light we will be there to help him pick up the pieces he needs to clean himself up first.
Please seek God, and stay in the word.
Shannon was a leader and will be a leader again!!!!
If you do not think so, look into the bible...
Give me a break.
BatonRouge

United States

#10 Sep 8, 2011
Just found out about this today, Shannon your Baton Rouge friends are still here to help you.. After many years, we are still an email or phone call away..
New iberia

United States

#11 Oct 5, 2011
Shannon we love you.........ur cousin
Get-a-grip

Saint Louis, MO

#12 Jan 6, 2012
Drugs change people. My heart goes out to the guy whose truck was stolen & to the convenience store workers he menaced during the robberies. Keep them in your prayers, too.
Your USAgencies friend

United States

#13 Apr 13, 2012
Shannon Moore is the epitome of leadership. Except for grace of GOD; there goes you or i. I love u Shannon. I am here for u. I need contact information
Family

Little Rock, AR

#14 Nov 19, 2012
Always a leader. Always positive. Always looked upon as the one to most likely to succeed. Always Family! We love you Shannon and we will continue to pray for you. Stay strong and positive. You have been an inspiration to many people and you will continue to be as long as you turn it over to GOD. You have not been forgotten.
new iberia fam

Decatur, GA

#15 Dec 22, 2012
Cousin we love you and walls will be broken in leadership there are ,seroents that try to destroy u dont give up they will be revealed

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