Police said the man loaded his cart with liquor, meat and other groceries, wheeled them to the parking began loading them in his car.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Saturday, November 10, 2012
A 64-year-old man tried to walk out of a Schnucks store in Town and Country Oct. 25 with more than $700 in liquor and groceries, according to a police report. Ronald B. Williams, of the 3900 block of Taplin Lane in Bridgeton, was charged Friday with felony stealing. Town and Country Police said Williams loaded a grocery cart at the Schnucks store at 1060 Woods Mille Plaza with numerous items at about 7:26 p.m. Oct. 25, including the following: Police said Williams wheeled the cart past cash registers without paying and continued into the parking lot where he began loading the items in his car. The groceries totaled $719. Williams is being held in St. Louis County jail on a $10,000 bond. For more crime information on Maryland Heights Patch…
Thursday morning I did a little grocery shopping at the new Dollar General. Check out what the store has available!
Maryland Heights residents have a new place to stock up on groceries. The Dollar General on Fee Fee Road opened on Tuesday. The store, based in Maryland Plaza, has an array of grocery items and convenience products for which the chain is known. I decided to check out the new Dollar General on Thursday morning. I was glad to see a number of grocery items I didn’t expect. I collected a haul of groceries to show what’s available at the store. A note about the milk—when I got home I noticed the bottle was leaking. I don’t know if I bought it that way or it was jostled in the car, or was punctured while I positioned it to take pictures. The bottle had its seal intact, but I thought I’d mention it. The store had frozen foods, cookies, chips and …