ST. LOUIS (AP) - The FBI is seeking help from the public in the search for two suspects allegedly involved in a four-state auto theft ring.
The FBI says that since 2008, more than 100 vehicles were fraudulently obtained from Missouri, Illinois, Iowa and Indiana. Authorities are searching for two men believed to live in St. Louis city or county: Reginald Dante McNeary and Morris Allen Davis. Both are considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at 314-589-2500 or CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS.
The Cardinals have announced that rookie right-hander Michael Wacha will get the start on Thursday against the Royals. He'll be promoted from AAA Memphis. The 21-year-old was the Cardinals #1 draft selection out of Texas A&M. Wacha is currently 4-0 and leading the Pacific Coast League with a 2.05 ERA. The Cardinals will announce a corresponding player move prior to Wacha's start Thursday night.
Two dogs are dead after police say they were thrown from a moving SUV yesterday. Police got the call around 2:30 Monday morning saying two dogs were tossed from a Ford Expedition onto Interstate 255. It happened near Route 15 in Alorton. According to the Post-Dispatch, the trooper who handled the call said the dogs were young, not puppies, but probably adolescent dogs. The trooper said the dogs were unrecognizable and he was unable to make out the breed. One of the dogs had a collar, but neither of them had tags. Police say The crime would be cruelty to animals. Anyone with information on the case should call 618-346-3627.