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St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - UPDATE at 1:58 PM: Chesterfield Police say missing Brendon Jette was found in the area of Clarkson and Highway 40
EARLIER:Police in West St. Louis County are hoping the public has information on a missing teen.
Brendon Jette was last seen on Tuesday evening at 6. Brendon is 14 years old, he is 5-feet 8-inches tall and weighs 180 pounds. Brendon has brown eyes and brown hair and authorities say he has Asperber's syndrome. Police do not believe there is anything criminal involved.
Anyone with information should call the Chesterfield Police at 636-537-3000.
Police have identified the victim of a hit-and-run accident in Chesterfield Wednesday.
Authorities say the 41-year-old victim, now identified as Joseph Roy, was walking along Olive Blvd about a mile west of Highway 141, when he was hit. Roy was was found lying in the snow around 7 AM.
Police have not released any information on the driver involved in the accident.
Police say an employee of an Ellisville jewelry store fired a gun at two men who robbed the store this morning.
The incident started just after 10 AM when one of the suspects asked an employee to show him an expensive watch. The suspect then grabbed the watch and ran in the parking lot. Two employees chased the suspect out of the store. Officers say there was a physical altercation between the suspects and employees in the parking lot. But, when the suspect got into a waiting car, one of the employees pulled out a gun and fired several shots at the suspects.
Police captured the suspects after a short car chase ended in a crash near the Chesterfield mall. Officers recovered the watch the men had stolen--a Rolex worth nearly $35,000.
The suspects have not been identified.
Chesterfield police have located an elderly man reported missing Monday evening. The Endangered SILVER advisory has been cancelled.
Police had issued the advisory after 93 year old Sam Esgro didn't return home from a trip to Culvers on Chesterfield Airport Road. Employees at the ice cream shop had told police that Esgro seemed confused when he stopped there about 6 p.m.
Police say Esgro was located overnight in Earth City.
Don't feed those animals. That is message to Chesterfield residents.
According to a city ordinance passed this month, residents caught feeding animals will serve up to three months in jail. The ordinance outlaws feeding certain types of animals inside city limits. The ordinance previously only forbade residents from feeding deer and Canada Geese, but people had recently been complaining to the council about raccoons being fed.
Punishment for violating the ordinance is subject to a $500 fine and jail time.
Residents in a Wildwood subdivision aren't sure if their lake will ever hold water.
Lake Chesterfield is empty again. Major repairs were made in 2004 when the lake drained into a giant sink hole one night.
This time, subdivision trustees hired an engineering firm to lower the lake a little, in an effort to find the source of a slow leak. But during the process, a valve stuck, and all of the water, and most of the fish, drained away according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
It cost more than $600,000 to fix it last time. And the subdivision is bound to fix it this time. How it will cost this time isn't known.
Subdivision trustees say the real problem is the limestone that lies beneath the man-made lake.
CHESTERFIELD, Mo. (AP) - A $400 million expansion announced by Monsanto in April is starting in earnest with a ceremonial groundbreaking at the Chesterfield research center site.
The agricultural products company says it expects to bring 675 new jobs to the region over the next three years.
Gov. Jay Nixon was scheduled to join Monsanto officials at the ceremony Tuesday, just as he did when the company first unveiled the project at an international biotechnology conference in Chicago.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development has said Monsanto can expect to receive more than $31 million in state tax incentives if it creates the expected number of new jobs.
The outlet malls in Chesterfield have been popular attractions since they opened. So popular that one of the two is about to get bigger.
The St. Louis Business Journal reports that St. Louis Premium Outlets has filed plans for a 79,000 square-foot expansion--that is enough room for as many as 20 new stores. That would bring the total number of stores to 110. The expansion plan is still under review and needs approval from the city planning commission and city council.
Managers of Taubman Outlets are busy too, they have signed eight new stores.
Area residents should be on the lookout as a Chesterfield grandmother fell victim to a scam.
Police say the woman was contacted by a group of scammers who told her that her grandson was being held in a foreign prison. The woman says that over a series of phone calls, she was convinced to wire a quarter-of-a-million dollars to a bank in Peru.
Chesterfield police say they have not received other reports of similar scams, but residents should still be aware.
A new outlet mall opens Thursday in Chesterfield.
St. Louis Premium Outlets will be home to 90 stores and restaurants. The mall will celebrate it's grand opening over four days (Thurs-Sun) with free concerts, Cardinal's autograph sessions, contests and give-aways.
It's the second outlet mall to open in Chesterfield this month. Taubman Prestige Outlets held its grand opening a few weeks ago, reporting more than 135,000 shoppers its first weekend.
More information about Premium Outlets' grand opening events can be found on their website.