A 53 year old Belleville man shot to death as he opened his front door Saturday night was not the intended target, police say.
The St. Clair County State's Attorney has charged 36 year old Dashon Hinkle with first-degree murder in the shooting of John Fath Senior.
Belleville police say Hinkle had gone to Fath's home in the 400 block of North 40th Street to "pay a visit" to the victim's son, John Fath Junior.
Police say the junior Fath and Hinkle both have long criminal records.
Hinkle is jailed on a $2 million bond.
Kirkwood police are looking for a 19 year old man wanted for murder. Police say Nicholas Lunceford shot an 18 year old man about 4:30 Monday afternoon at a home on Pleasant Court.
Police say Lunceford should be considered armed and dangerous.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that relatives of the victim have identified him as Brandon Richards, a recent graduate of Kirkwood High School.
Anyone with information about the crime or Lunceford’s whereabouts is asked to call Kirkwood Police Detective Dave Smith, at 314-698-3646.
BROOKLYN, Ill. (AP) - Investigators say they've identified the man gunned down outside a metro east strip club as a 27-year-old St. Louis resident.
Illinois State Police tell the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that Michael Brooks was shot several times early Sunday outside Roxy's Strip Club in Brooklyn. He died later at a hospital.
Authorities say Brooks had just stepped from his car when he was approached by two men who emerged from another vehicle. The suspects fled.
There's no immediate word on any arrests being made in the case.
A Jennings woman shot and killed in a North County home has been identified. St. Louis County police say 22 year old Patricia Singleton was found dead from a single gunshot wound inside a home off Chambers Rd, near Halls Ferry.
County police say just before midnight evidence indicates and witnesses say several shots were fired into the home from outside near the driveway. No motive nor suspects have been identified.
Detectives with the St. Louis Major Case Squad are looking for a suspect in the execution-style death of a Normandy man.
Police say 30 year old Markquette Nunn had been using a weed trimmer in the front yard of his home in the 7600 block of Bermuda Court about 12:45Wednesday afternoon when someone shot him in the back of the head.
A neighbor heard the shot and came outside just in time to see a man running from the scene. Nunn was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say Nunn shared the home with his girlfriend and their baby son, who were not home at the time of the shooting. A friend who also lived in the home was inside when Nunn was shot. He told police he heard the shot, then look outside to see Nunn collapsed in the yard.
Police say they have very little to go in so far. Anyone with information is urged to call the Major Case Squad – via Normandy Police at 314-385-3300, ext. 3018.
The St. Louis Major Case Squad is investigating a murder in Overland. Police were called to a home in the 9900 block of Iveland about 10 PM Sunday.
Police found a 22-year-old man who'd been shot to death just inside the front door of his home. Witnesses reported seeing three or four men fleeing from the scene.
Investigators are expected to release more information later Monday morning.
Police are still looking for two men who shot and killed a Jennings man Friday night.
Police say 38 year old Anthony Sherill had been unloading groceries from his vehicle about 8 p.m. when the two men approached. Sherrill ran inside his home in the 5400 block of Hamilton, but the men followed. Police say the suspects shot Sherill in the chest inside his home and then fled.
Sherill was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Police haven't released a possible motive for the murder.
The suspected shooter, a male Marine, was killed from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound when authorities found his body inside a barracks building near the Officer Candidate School early this morning, Lt. Agustin Solivan told ABC News.
Authorities found a second victim dead in the Officer Candidate School, Solivan said. The gender of that Marine was not given.
The gunfire started at 11 p.m. Thursday when the suspected gunman killed a male Marine, Solivan said. The suspect barricaded himself inside a barracks building near the east side of the base near the Officer Candidate School, setting off a standoff with authorities.
The base had been put on lockdown but it has since been lifted.
"Marine Corps Base Quantico is Code Green at this time. All normal activities are cleared to resume," Quantico said on Twitter.
No further information on the victims have been released.
Capacity Relations talent management firm said 29 year old model Reeva Steenkamp was the victim of the shooting.
Police spokeswoman Lt. Col. Katlego Mogale told The Associated Press that officers received a call around 3 a.m. saying there had been a shooting at the 26-year-old double-amputee runner's home in a gated housing complex in the capital, Pretoria. A 9 mm pistol was recovered and a murder case opened against Pistorius, who is to appear in court later Thursday.
South African media speculated that Pistorius may have mistaken the young woman for an intruder.
Steenkamp tweeted her excitement about Valentine's Day hours before the shooting.