The woman left her debit card and iPhone in a cab after a ride home from the airport, police said.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Monday, October 1, 2012
After a Clayton woman took a cab ride home from Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, her debit card and iPhone took a longer detour. The woman arrived at her home in Clayton at 3:30 a.m. May 19 and paid her fare with her debit card. When she awoke the next morning, she discovered her debit card and iPhone were missing. An online check revealed three $200 withdrawals shortly after she was dropped off at home. Cab driver Jerron Payne, of the 2000 block of Tyus Court in the City of St. Louis, was charged Sept. 24 with one count each of felony stealing and misdemeanor stealing. The ATM withdrawals happened at 2005 New Florissant Road, a report from the Clayton Police Department states. The cab company used its GPS to track the cab to that …
Here are several real gifts—and a few fake ones—that will get families talking, shrieking or both this holiday season.
From the thousands of gifts for kids that are being featured on Internet sites this year, below you will find the ones that customers are clicking on the most. These are actual items, and if you go online to check them out you'll read their descriptions, with their suggestions and their recommendations. In other words, you'll read a bunch of lies. Well, not in this column. Here, you'll get the description and usage suggestions that are mine. In other words, more lies. But, at least, mine are funnier. So here's a glimpse of the Craig Hawksley Christmas Catalogue, available only on Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch. Also out there are lists of the most dangerous toys—toys that offend our sensibilities, toys that promote violence and toys …