A Schnucks security officer is responsible for finding a 12-year-old boy who ran away from home.
Trenell Griffin, who has autism and ADHD, was reported missing on Friday afternoon. His mother says he was found Friday night two or three miles from his Jennings home. The security officer said he recognized the boy's picture from the news.
The boy told his mother he did not know why he ran away from home.
A pre-teen boy is missing and Police need help to find him.
St. Louis County Police issued an endangered person advisory for Trenell Griffin. He has Autism and ADHD and his family told officers he is not taking his medication. Griffin wandered away from his home in Jennings. Griffin is 5’3”, weighs 100 pounds and has a light brown complexion. He has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue shirt, jeans and brown shoes.
If you see him, please contact St. Louis County Police at 314-889-2341.
The St. Fancois County Sheriff's Department has identified the remains found in a septic tank yesterday.
The remains were found just before noon on Thursday on unoccupied property outside of Bonne Terre. Investigators uses dental records to identify the remains as 38-year-old Samuel "Tick" Francis. Francis was last seen at a residence outside Desloge, Missouri on December 17, 2012.
He was reported missing December 23.
The new Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge at St. Louis has passed a major milestone with the final piece of the deck in place.
Workers placed a 30,000-pound floor beam between edge girders on the Mississippi River crossing, the last remaining 10-foot gap on the bridge. MoDOT said it was the last piece of structural steel for the bridge, which is expected to open early next year. Remaining work includes finishing approaches on both sides of the river, and some work on the bridge itself.
The $670 million bridge is being built with a combination of federal money and funds from Missouri and Illinois.
HANNIBAL, Mo. (AP) - Authorities in Hannibal, Mo., are trying to determine who is responsible for burning an American flag that sits atop Lover's Leap, a high bluff that overlooks the Mississippi River and downtown.
The Hannibal Courier-Post reports that a tourist visiting Lover's Leap on Tuesday found the charred remains of the flag.
Hannibal Parks and Recreation director Andy Dorian says he was "disgusted" by the vandalism. Police Chief Lyndell Davis says little evidence was left behind, but he remains hopeful leads can be developed.
Hannibal is the boyhood home of Mark Twain. The northeast Missouri town of 17,000 draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.