Man With Cardinals, White Sox Face Tattoos Accidentally Kills Fellow Gang Member: Police

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Richard Magnan.
Plenty of the best fans in baseball have St. Louis Cardinals tattoos, just not on the face -- or next to a tattoo for the Chicago White Sox.

Richard Magnan faces involuntary manslaughter charges for accidentally shooting and killing his friend and fellow gang member, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. But what caught Daily RFT's eye is his astonishingly eclectic collection of facial tattoos.

Magnan has the STL logo for the Cardinals tattooed on his chin, just below the cursive "Gangster" tattoo he wears instead of a mustache. And on his left cheek, below a similarly unique pairing of a Jewish Star of David and a Christian cross, he wears the "Sox" logo for the Chicago White Sox.


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Man Applies for Job at Car Wash Before Robbing It, Shooting Employee: Police

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The Hands On Detailing car wash is right behind the Rendezvous Room.
Maybe he was casing the joint. Maybe he forgot his resume. Either way, police are on the lookout for the man who tried to rob Hands On Detailing car wash last weekend by asking for a job first.

Just after 5 p.m. Friday, an unidentified man in a white hooded jacket, light-colored jeans and a red baseball cap walked into the car wash behind south city staple the Rendezvous Room at 521 S. Vandeventer, asked for a job and left, according to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.

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"Some Idiot" is Throwing Rocks At Cars on I-55: Police Chief

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The bridge over I-55 where some idiot is throwing rocks at traffic.
To the person throwing rocks at cars on the West Main Street overpass on Interstate 55 in Festus:

Stop being an idiot.


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Charity Fundraiser Kept Donations to Wounded Soldiers For Himself: Attorney General

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William Harshbarger.
When a fifteen-year-old birthday girl decided she wanted friends to donate to the Wounded Warrior Project in lieu of gifts, William Harshbarger was there to help. Harshbarger collected donations from the birthday partygoers, saying the funds would go to help injured troops.

Then, according to Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, Harshbarger kept all $1,080 -- as well as thousands of dollars in other donations -- for himself.

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Hamburglers Rob Cahokia McDonalds, Get Caught by Crashing into Mayor's Car: Police

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This is what we imagine these geniuses were wearing while robbing a McDonalds.
Centreville mayor Marius Jackson was hospitalized Tuesday after two robbery suspects crashed into his car during a high-speed chase with police.


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Drunk "Ice Cream Junkie" Gets Six Years For Stealing Frozen Treats from Church

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Andre Jung, a.k.a. the Ice Cream Junkie.
Woah, woah, woah -- before all you soft-on-crime liberals get outraged, there's more to this story.

Yes, Andrew Steven Jung, 25, was sentenced to six years for breaking into a church and stealing ice cream. The self-described "ice cream junkie" was really wasted last March and, being in St. Charles, decided a fun thing to do would be to smash a glass door to a house of Jesus and raid the fridge of its frozen dairy treats.

Police found him three blocks down the road, his face covered in ice cream. Questioned by police, Jung explained he was an "ice cream junkie."

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St. Louis Veteran Mails 20 Boxes of Cat Feces to Companies that Won't Hire Him

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"It's not my fault! I didn't mail it!"
Call it Brown's brown revenge.

Jevon Brown, a 58-year-old veteran from St. Louis, mailed cat feces to a company when they didn't offer him a job, earning him two years probation Friday for the misdemeanor charge of mailing injurious articles.


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Couple Beats Grandmother for Money, Goes on the Run, Gets Busted by Facebook: Police

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Lincoln County Sheriff
Jennifer Coleman and Mark Kerpash.
Police credit Facebook for the arrest of a couple on the run for three days after beating an 87-year-old woman until she wrote them a $500 check.

Mark Kerpash, 28, of Hawk Point, Mo., faces four felony charges after assaulting his grandmother and threatening to kill her until she gave him money, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office.


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Red-Light Cameras Catch Shooting, Car Crash in the Delmar Loop; Suspect Flees in Stolen Car

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Red-light cameras caught a shooting in the Loop Sunday evening that left a 21-year-old man in critical condition with gunshot wounds in his back.

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Two Bros Accused of Extraordinary Feat: Stealing $1,577 Worth of Booze from Walmart

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It takes persistence and patience, but yes, it is possible to steal $1,577.23 worth of liquor from a Walmart.

That's what cops in Washington say Nicholas Salisbury and his brother Jeffrey Salisbury did at a Walmart SuperCenter on November 20.

According to the Emissourian, Washington police claim that the Salisbury brothers went in and out of the store multiple times with bottles of liquor stuffed into their pants and coats.

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