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Week in Review: City Makes Plans to Resurface Major Roads, Naked Man Caught and More

We know you're busy, so here's a roundup of some of the recent stories featured on St. Peters Patch from last week.

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In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from the St. Peters Patch from the last few days.

Police: Man Charged After Exposing Himself to Teen in Library Parking Lot

  • St. Peters Police have made an arrest of a man accused of exposing himself to a teenage girl at the Spencer Road Library on Tuesday afternoon. Kevin Flatley, 49, of 400 block of Quiet Field Drive in St. Peters, was arrested and charged with second degree sexual misconduct by the St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney's Office on Thursday following an incident earlier this week. Flatley was taken to St. Charles County Jail where he will be held on a bond of $20,000 with 10 percent not authorized.

City Could Resurface Two Major Roadways at a Discount

  • St. Peters could complete two million-dollar road resurfacing projects next summer for just $108,000. Russ Batzel, Transportation and Development Services Group Manager, presented plans to the Board of Aldermen during the May 9 meeting for two major road projects. The plans call for the city to resurface a portion of Mid Rivers Mall Drive and most of Willott Road in the summer of 2014. The projects, which would take place at the same time, carry a $2.4 million price tag. However, thanks to proposed deals with the federal government and St. Charles County, St. Peters would contribute just $108,000 to the projects. 

  • A Harvester man faces theft charges after police said he was caught on videotape stealing two gold bracelets from a St. Peters jewelry store. Jeramie Michael Conner, 23, of the 3700 block of Nottingham Court in Harvester, was charged Friday with felony stealing. St. Peters Police said Conner went into Smith Jewelry and Coins at 4213 S Old Highway 94 on May 1. Police said while the store owner’s back was turned, Conner took two men’s gold bracelets from a display case. A side door to the case had been left open. The bracelets are valued at $800 and $700.

  • St. Peters inspects restaurants several times a year. This is part three of the list of inspections completed in January 2013.

  • A Wentzville man is accused of pointing a handgun at his girlfriend’s husband while driving on Interstate 70 in St. Peters. Nathaniel A. Gathing, 35, of the 500 block of Great Oaks Meadow in Wentzville, was charged by St. Charles County prosecutors May 2 with unlawful use of a weapon.


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