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St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - A Caseyville Police Officer is facing charges for an alleged case of domestic abuse.

 

Collinsville police officer were called the officer's home on Saturday. Police found a woman inside the house and the suspect--who was later identified as an off-duty Caseyville police officer.

 

Jeffrey Wilkerson is free after posting bond. 

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A local politician is accused of breaking his wife's wrist at their house this week.

Police say that Pagedale board member, James Thomasson got angry with his wife on Monday night, saying he did not like dinner. That is when investigators say Thomasson grabbed his wife by the wrist and twisted. Thomasson's wife drove herself to the hospital and X-rays showed she had a broken wrist.

According to court documents, Thomasson is “an alcoholic and was drunk at the time of the incident.”

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COLUMBIA, Ill. (AP) — Murder charges have been filed against a southwestern Illinois man accused of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend on the same day both were expected in court regarding a protection order against him.

Jordan Kuykendall was charged with first-degree murder Saturday in the death of 17-year-old Erin Schneider. Her body was found Thursday in Kuykendall's home in Columbia, southeast of St. Louis.

Kuykendall is being held on a $1 million bond. Police say he isn't cooperating and has an attorney.

Schneider's body was found after her parents asked police to check Kuykendall's residence. Her mother had obtained a protective order against Kuykendall on her daughter's behalf two weeks earlier.

Kuykendall is under police guard at a St. Louis hospital where he's being treated for injuries he sustained in a car accident Thursday.

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