Clayton police: Missouri auditor died of self-inflicted gunshot February 26, 2015
Its very sad that someone with approx. eight cases in two local counties for thievery, drugs, and endangering the public, is still pending and allowed to walk free and recommit the crimes he is already on trial for.
Quit postponing the court dates wasting the courts time, and the taxpayers money and make our general area a lot safer, and lock him up where he belongs.
Time for the judge to do his job.
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