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A St. Louis County toddler who was the subject of S.A.R.A.A. and AMBER Alerts is safe.
St. Louis County Police had issued the alerts Monday evening after one year old Tristian Readye was taken from a home in the 2900 block of Patterson Road in North County. Police say the boy had been seen about 8:00 p.m. riding in a stolen Monte Carlo.
Authorities canceled the alerts about 11:00 p.m. after the child was found abandoned in that car at Illinois and South Broadway in South St. Louis.
There's no word if police have caught the person who took him.
Mayor Francis Slay is asking St. Louis residents their thoughts on the legalization of marijuana.
At his blog, mayorslay.com, the Mayor asks respondents what effect they think legalization would have on crime stats and the state's economy. He also wants to know how people think the sale of marijuana should be regulated. St. Louis already treats the possession of small amounts of pot as a municipal crime--people caught with small amounts of the drug in the City are ordered to appear in city court, rather than being handcuffed and transported to jail.
You can share your thoughts by clicking here.
A truck driver is in the hospital after his tractor trailer rolled onto its side Monday afternoon.
The accident was on the exit ramp from the Poplar Street Bridge onto westbound I-70. The truck was hauling four large rolls of steel--the driver says he thinks they shifted and that caused the semi to roll. The driver became trapped in the cab and emergency crews had to cut him out of the truck's cab.
The driver was taken to the hospital, KMOV reports in stable condition.