ST. LOUIS (AP) - Investigative documents claim a former suspect in the 1990 shooting death of a Chillicothe farm wife told a California man with whom he was embroiled in a business dispute that "he got away with murder and was not scared to do it again."
Newly released investigative records show Brandon Hagan conveyed that threat in a verbal conversation with businessman Sam Gabrielle. Hagan was initially suspected in the Chillicothe killing but insisted he was elsewhere at the time.
Phone messages left with Hagan by The Associated Press Tuesday were not immediately returned.
The records stem from an investigation by Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox, who reopened the case after an Associated Press investigation raised questions about the conviction of Mark Woodworth, the victim's neighbor.
City and state officials are inviting the public to comment on a proposed ban on sagging pants.
A forum will be held tonight to discuss city bill 117. There was a meeting last week.
Tuesday night's forum will get underway at 6 PM at Long Middle School on Morganford.
A search is underway for the suspect in a bank robbery.
Just after 10 AM, police say the suspect robbed a Pulaski Bank in Richmond Heights. It is not clear if the suspect used a weapon or even if he made off with any cash. No description of the suspect was given.
Family and friends laid 18-year-old Christopher Lenzen to rest today.
He was the third teen killed in a crash that happened in Wildwood last week. The funeral for sisters Lauren and Kathleen Oliver was yesterday.
Police say Lenzen was driving the car when it went off the road and crashed into a tree and deck in the backyard of a Wildwood home.