Week in Review: Craigslist Seller Assaulted, Bank Robbery and Election News
We know you're busy, so here's a roundup of some of the recent stories featured on Maryland Heights Patch.
Too busy last week to stay up to date on all the news happening in and around St. Charles County? Not to worry. Patch has your back.
In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from Maryland Heights Patch over the last few days:
- A woman implying she had a gun robbed a Maryland Heights bank Monday.
- Two men attempted to take a man’s iPhone and ended up dragging the man 100 feet as he hung onto their car when they attempted to get away.
- A Maryland Heights man slammed his girlfriend's head on a counter and then prevented her from leaving to seek help.
- It's a bit early, but Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's name is being bandied about as part of a Democratic ticket in 2016.
- The Missouri Department of Transportation released photos of the Blanchette Bridge demolition.
- Three Pattonville High School students reached Eagle Scout rank, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts organization.
- Five thousand more commuters used Route 364 to avoid traffic backups as a result of the new lane shift across the Blanchette Bridge.
- Hollywood Casino, just days after it opened in Maryland Heights, was forced to shut its casino floor for two hours because of a computer glitch.
- Patch, and its parent company AOL, sent Hurricane Sandy relief trucks to Long Island and New Jersey.
- Antoine Turner, 18, was charged with stealing from a person and third-degree assault. Austin Phillips, 17, was charged Monday with stealing from a person. The incident occurred on the 1400 block of Glenlea Drive.
- Barack Obama Re-Elected President
- Nixon Wins Re-Election; Spence Concedes Governor's Race
- Clint Zweifel Re-elected as Missouri State Treasurer
- Mitt Romney Wins Missouri
- Election Results: Todd Akin Concedes to Claire McCaskill in Missouri Senate Race
- Missouri's 1st District: Clay Defeats Hamlin
- Peter Kinder Wins Third Term As Missouri Lieutenant Governor
- Ann Wagner Takes Missouri's Congressional District 2