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WIlliam Lynn Gunter of Town and Country waived his arraignment Wednesday which means he will not enter a plea on first degree murder charges until he appears in circuit court at a later date.
William Lynn Gunter is charged with killing his wife March 18 in their home. On Thursday, St. Louis County prosecutors sent Gunter's case directly to a grand jury.
Police said Joseph T. Maddock taught at several schools in St. Louis County since 2001. He's now being accused of sexually touching a 10-year-old student.
Manchester Police said officers pulled Michael James Fumo III over for driving 19 mph over the speed limit and found that he'd been drinking.
The bartender suffered a broken nose that had to be surgically repaired and a large gash that required a plastic surgeon.
Court documents indicated Todd R. Rinklin had an additional arrest April 1 on a possible DWI, which would give him six impaired driving charges.
Marco Castaneda had pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct for exposing himself to two teenage girls.
Police said Tyler J. Miller of West County struggled with a worker in the convenience store and got away with the alcohol.
Police said Michelle N. Adams was weaving in her lane on Highway 141 near Interstate 64 when she was pulled over.
St. Louis County Police said Joshua L. Masters subjected a young girl to sexual contact.
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