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A St. Louis man is behind bars after he allegedly tried to sell stolen items on Craigslist.

KMOV reports that Michael Perez allegedly broke into a pair of cars in Wildwood on Sunday. One of the victims called police after he saw what he believed was his radar jammer for sale on Craigslist. The man set up a meeting with Perez and when Perez arrived for the sale, police arrested him. Officers say they determine the radar detector had been stolen.

A search of the suspect's home revealed other stolen property including cash, jewelry and electronics. Perez now faces multiple charges related to the thefts. 

Job fair underway in Collinsville

Thursday, 26 September 2013 13:15 Published in Local News

A job fair is just getting underway in Collinsville Thursday.

The fair runs from 1 PM to 5 PM at the Gateway Convention Center. Some of the companies looking to hire; AAA, Clearwave Communications, Illinois state Police, Missouri State Highway Patrol, and the Special School District of St. Louis County.

Goalie Jake Allen among seven cut from training camp roster

Thursday, 26 September 2013 13:13 Published in Sports

One of the keys to the Blues success last season, will not be with the team to start the year.

Goalie Jake Allen was one of seven players cut from the training camp roster and assigned to the team's AHL affiliate. Allen will start in goal for the Wolves, but the Blues have made it clear, they want Allen to be with the team in the near future.

The Blues’ roster now consists of 25 players, but they will have to narrow that number to 23 by September 30.

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