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Weird Crime: No Mongo, a Reason for Cialis and Family Time

Misadventures in crime including a man hitting a police horse, an illegally obtained male enhancement drug and a father-son theft outing.

He’s No Mongo

St. Charles Police arrested a man for hitting a police horse in the North Main Street bar district.

Prosecutors are reportedly considering charging the man with doing a poor impersonation of Mongo from Blazing Saddles. St. Charles Police could not confirm that officers used an exploding Candy-Gram to help detain the man.

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“Could you back away, sir?”

Shrewsbury Police arrested a man on Watson Road. One reason for the arrest was that the man had a bottle of Cialis without a prescription.

Weird Crimes does NOT want to know why the officer had probable cause for a search on this case.

Actually the officer said the man was driving while intoxicated.  Which explains the need for the Cialis.

Families that do crime together do time together

A father and son stole shingles from Home Depot in St. Peters on July 7.

Father Robert J. Wilson, 48, and son Joshua Wilson, 21, of Bridgeton, either found the family outing so rewarding or discovered their calculations for a roof job were far off. So, they returned to the St. Peters store to steal more shingles.

This time, the store’s loss prevention personnel confronted them as they were getting into their car and prevented the two from leaving. Joshua punched one security guard and Robert struggled with the second, police said.

And they say families don’t spend enough time together anymore.

Senior moment

Ever go to the grocery store for a few items, end up buying more than you intended, get to the parking lot and realize you didn’t get what you came to buy?

Jean Marie Stussie, 60, of St. John, had such a moment, and it got her arrested.

It seems Stussie went into the Wentzville Walmart, stole $590 in items and made it to her car with the goods. Then, she went back into the store and walked out without paying for $94 in items.

This time, Walmart loss prevention personnel spotted her five-finger discounting and called Wentzville police, who located Stussie in the parking lot.

We’re guessing she forgot to steal the milk. Weird Crimes always waits until we’re done shopping to get the milk.





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