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Monday, 31 March 2014 16:41

Collinsville Police warn of new scam

St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - The Collinsville Police are warning residents to wary of a new scam.
 
Police say residents and businesses have been getting calls concerning their Ameren bills. The caller claims to be a company representative and is demanding payments for overdue bills. Authorities encourage anyone who may get a similar call to verify the information with Ameren before giving payment information. 
 
Ameren Phone Numbers:
Residents: 800.755.5000
Business: 800.232.2477
 
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The post office in downtown Collinsville is in its final week of operation.

 

The downtown location will close on Friday, January 31. All operations will be consolidated in the "Gateway Center", putting all postal workers in one facility. The combined operations will start Monday, February 3.

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Police say a Collinsville man was drunk when he caused an accident that killed five people.

The accident happened on November 23rd just before 10:30 in Hamilton County. Of the six people involved in the crash, driver Darrell Delong was the only survivor. Delong faces multiple charges including aggravated DUI and reckless homicide.

Police say Delong lost control of a his SUV and it rolled over several times.

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Members of the Collinsville community held a vigil Monday afternoon for the victim of a fatal hit and run last week.

22-year-old Anthony Connors was found in a ditch a week ago. The Collinsville police were not available for an update today, but previously said they have narrowed their search to a pickup truck from the early 2000's. The vigil was held near the scene of the accident along Route 157 around 1PM.
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