Thursday, May 23, 2013
St. Louis County Police said John Kannady and Kavon Porshahidy checked out and sold video games and other items from St. Louis County Library's Weber Road and Cliff Cave branches.
Two men used a stolen library card to check out items from two South County libraries and sell them. Kavon Porshahidy, 31, of the 8500 block of Mathilda Avenue in Affton, and John Kannady, 24, of the 2300 block of Timberview in Kirkwood, were charged May 9 with felony theft. St. Louis County Police said that between Aug. 14 and Jan. 26, Porshahidy and Kannady used a stolen St. Louis County Library card to check out video games, CDs and movies. They checked out the items from the Weber Road and Cliff Cave branches in South County and then sold them, police said. Porshahidy and Kannady sold the items to support their heroin habits, according to a court document. Bond was set at $10,000 for both men. Porshahidy is being held in the city of St…
Monday, November 12, 2012
Four historic pistols displayed at the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site were stolen from the Civil War in the West exhibit.
While packing up a museum exhibit at Jefferson Barracks Historic Site, museum administrators noticed four pistols had gone missing. The missing pistols include: The pistols were part of the Civil War in the West exhibit at Jefferson Barracks. The historic site posted photos of the stolen guns on Facebook, including close-up shots of the guns' serial numbers. "Let's bring these sacred artifacts back where they belong...Our JB Historical Site," wrote Greg Freivogel on the site's Facebook page. Call the St. Louis County Police with any information about the guns.
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Police said the man stole the checks after the business was closed and cashed them between April 24 and May 29.
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- Joe Scott
Saturday, October 6, 2012
An Affton man stole checks from an Affton business, forged and cashed them, St. Louis County Police said. Edin Crnovic, 28, of the 8900 block of New Hampshire in Affton, was charged Sept. 28 with second-degree burglary, misdemeanor stealing and forgery. St. Louis County Police said Crnovic entered Auto Glass Xpress at 9530 Gravois Road in Affton on several occasions when the business was closed and stole 22 checks. He then forged the checks and cashed them between April 24 and May 29. In June, Crnovic was charged with two counts of burglary and stealing after police said he stole two laptops from a neighbor's apartment. Crnovic is being held in St. Louis County jail in lieu of a $20,000 bond. For more crime information on Affton-Shrewsbury…