Matthew Wakeman accompanied Andrew Wilson into the St. Charles house to help him retrieve Wilson's daughter.
An Affton man pleaded no contest to a first-degree burglary charge Wednesday, one day before his trial was scheduled to begin. Matthew Wakeman, 28, of Affton, was accused of breaking into a St. Charles home April 27 to help Andrew Wilson and Jennifer Temm retrieve their daughter. A relative who had their daughter had been advised by the Missouri Division of Family Services to keep her pending an investigation, according to St. Charles Police. As part of a plea bargain, St. Charles County Circuit Court Judge Nancy Schneider suspended Wakeman’s sentencing and he was placed on three years probation. Previously, Temm pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to first-degree burglary and was sentenced to 16 days in jail and given credit for time served. “Mr. …
St. Charles Police said the Affton man and his child's mother intended to assault a person caring for their daughter; the Division of Family Services advised the family to keep the girl pending an investigation.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Friday, December 14, 2012
A South County couple, accused of breaking into a home last April in attempt to regain their daughter, was indicted by a St. Charles grand jury Nov. 30 of being accessories to burglary. St. Charles Police said the mother, Jennifer Temm, 34, had asked Andrew R. Wilson, 31, the daughter’s father, and Matthew Wakeman to help her get her daughter from a relative’s home. St. Charles Police said the family, who are relatives, had been advised by the Division of Family Services to keep the child pending an investigation. Temm and Wakeman are active heroin users, according to court documents. Temm is from the 2800 block of Owendale in Oakville; Wilson is from the 5500 block of Seth Avenue in Affton. Police said that Wilson and Wakeman broke into …