Thursday, February 7, 2013
Manchester Police said the woman needed surgery to repair a lacerated spleen from the attack.
The following information was supplied by court documents. It does not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made. A Manchester man was indicted Jan. 30 by a St. Louis County grand jury on a first-degree domestic assault charge. Manchester Police said George Strahan, 50, of the 600 block of Lalor Drive in Manchester, beat his wife severely on Nov. 27. The woman needed surgery for a lacerated spleen, police said. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) A witness called police and said Strahan dragged his wife from the driveway into their home. Officers arrived and forced their way into the home and found the woman was badly beaten, according to a probable cause statement by Manchester Police. Strahan is being …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Manchester police said a witness saw the husband dragging his wife into their home from the driveway. Police forced their way into the home.
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- Joe Scott
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
The following information was supplied by court documents. It does not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made. A witness called police after allegedly seeing a man dragging his wife from the driveway into their home in the 600 block of Lalor Drive in Manchester Nov. 27. Manchester Police said after they arrived and forced entry into the home, they found the woman was badly beaten. Police said the woman's husband, George Strahan, 45, choked and beat her. The woman needed surgery for a lacerated spleen, according to a probable cause statement filed by Manchester Police. Strahan, of the 600 block of Lalor Drive in Manchester, was charged Nov. 27 with second-degree domestic assault in the incident. He was being held Monday in St. Louis…
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Town and Country Veterinary Hospital will soon offer stem cell therapy for pets to treat arthritis, dysplasia and other illnesses.
Mention “stem cell therapy” and most people think of miracle cures or ethical controversies surrounding embryonic stem cell research. But there are many types of adult stem cell therapies successfully used in human medicine without controversy. Bone marrow transplants—containing adult hematopoietic stem cells—have been used since 1968, and stem cells from a baby’s cord blood has already cured thousands of patients. Veterinarians are also turning to stem cell research to find cures for our four-legged patients. Doctor Stacey Wallach of Town & Country Veterinary Hospital is one of the first St. Louis area veterinarians to offer a particular stem cell procedure. She tells Patch stem cell therapy is a good treatment option for pets with …