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UPDATE: Boat House in Forest Park damaged by fire

Wednesday, 29 January 2014 17:16 Published in Local News

   An iconic structure in Forest Park will be closed for awhile.  

   The Boat House Restaurant caught fire Wednesday evening.  St. Louis firefighters arrived to find smoke pouring from the building.  

   Dave Sutter of the St. Louis Fire Department says the one alarm fire was located in the roof of the building.  Fire officials say it may have started near the fire place which had been burning since 10:00 a.m.  

   No patrons were in the Forest Park eatery when the fire broke out, and the ten employees inside all made it out safely.  

   The roof was seriously damaged, but its believe the building can be repaired.

UPDATE: Missouri executes Smulls

Wednesday, 29 January 2014 17:08 Published in Local News
   Convicted killer Herbert Smulls is dead.  The Missouri man was executed Wednesday night at the state prison in Bonne Terre.  He was pronounced dead at 10:20 p.m.  
   The U.S. Supreme Court had granted a temporary stay late Tuesday, which had halted Smull's scheduled midnight execution.  Smulls' attorneys had filed several appeals, mostly challenging the state's refusal to disclose the name of the compounding pharmacy that supplies its execution drug.  The high court reviewed his case and eventually revoked the last remaining stay late Wednesday evening.  
   Smulls made no final statement, verbally or in writing.
   The 56 year old had been sentenced to death for killing Stephen Honickman and badly injuring his wife during a 1991 robbery at the couple's St. Louis County jewelry store.
    He was the third person in as many months Missouri has executed by lethal injection.
 
   
 

Florissant Police issue phone scam alert

Wednesday, 29 January 2014 15:45 Published in Local News

Florissant police have a warning for city residents.

 

Police say that scammers have been posing as IRS officials and calling residents. An investigation led police to a phone number that originates in the Buffalo, New York area. People from around the country have been getting calls from the number. The person on the other end of the line says they are with the IRS and the victim owes money.

 

The Florissant Police remind everyone--be aware of the scam and do not give out personal information over the phone without confirming the caller's identity.

 

Police were able to identify the phone number that the scammers were calling from as: (716) 242-7149

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