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An O'Fallon Missouri woman has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly embezzling from a north St. Louis county bank. Thirty three year old Janelle Earley is charged with embezzling more than $100,000 from St. Johns Bank. The court's decision was handed down yesterday. Authorities say Earley embezzled the money between 2011 and this year.
Good news for Missouri electric customers. Residents should soon see a small decrease in their monthly bill. Missouri regulators have adopted a lower fuel adjustment tariff that should reduce bills for Ameren Missouri customers. The Public Service Commission says the decrease amounts to about $1.97 per month for residential customers and goes into effect September 24.
If you live in Overland or vicinity, you may want to attend a meeting tonight with officials from the Environmental Protection Agency. Federal regulators will discuss plans to cleanup industrial waste in Overland where contaminated groundwater lingers from a 25-year-old industrial accident. In 1988 a spill at a metal facility caused groundwater contamination from the chemical trichloroethylene, or T-C-E. The EPA says it will share details from recent indoor air samples taken at several Elmwood Park homes as well as future cleanup plans by the property's owners. Property owner PerkinElmer Inc., which bought the property after the spill occurred, will clean up the land under a 2012 settlement agreement.
St. Charles city police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman whose body was recovered in the Missouri River. The 38-year-old victim was reported missing Tuesday night and her body was found about 1 a.m. Wednesday. Police found her vehicle at Ed Bales Park in the 23-hundred block of North Main St. . Police have not released the victim's name and a cause of death has not been determined.