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Suspected Heroin Dealer in St. Peters Busted by Undercover Officer

A St. Charles County Drug Task Force detective said he bought heroin from the man three times in less than two weeks.

A St. Charles County man was charged Tuesday with selling heroin to an undercover officer in .

Detectives from the said Kyle Carr, 20, of the 800 block of Natchez Drive just south of St. Peters, sold heroin to an undercover officer three times:

  • May 24 at 6251 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in St. Peters;
  • May 25 at 6190 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in St. Peters;
  • June 4 at 1960 Highway 94 in St. Charles.

Bond was set at $50,000 cash only.

Carr was on probation for leaving the scene of an accident in St. Peters on Oct. 7.

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Lorie September 23, 2012 at 05:26 PM
After having a loved one die of an overdose, I hope he is in prison for years. This is a huge problem and if addicts need help there are so many clinics that can now help without having to wait. Support advertising of these places maybe more people will do the rehab than feel they can't!
Dani October 24, 2012 at 02:51 AM
He is a wonderful man and I just hope the best for him and I hope he will be able to get better my prayers go out to you Kyle. You are a good person I believe in you.
bobbi October 24, 2012 at 03:36 PM
Kyle how a few years can change a person You are a great person that got messed up with the WRONG PERSON YOUR BROTHER KEEGON .HE IS THE ONE WHO GAVE YOU THE DRUGS IN TILL YOU WERE ADDICTTED.HE is the one that needs to spend time in jail, Believe in yourself i believe in you i know the real Kyle has alot of to give .you will be in my prayers everyday.
J October 30, 2012 at 07:17 PM
Lorie you are an idiot.It's hard enough but if you don't have insurance or only medicaid watch out!!! You have to wait at least 3 weeks to get in....that's if the place will take you AT ALL.You don't know what you're talking about,so don't post that!
Becky December 08, 2012 at 10:22 AM
Prison is better than death which is what will happen eventually if he continues using. I hope he gets the help he needs and accepts the help. Most heroin addicts do not have insurance or the money to get into a program and Bridgeway is an excellent treatment center but it can take a long time to get a bed. I would suggest if he has a caring probation officer talk to her/him and ask to have him placed in Bridgeway instead of prison. My sons parole officer called and had him there the next morning and he has been clean for 4 years down and has a very good life. He has struggles building his life back but he did it. Good luck to you Kyle and to his family, don't give up on him. There is hope.
Kelly December 22, 2012 at 02:07 PM
listen Bobbi...Keegan and by the way you can't spell... Had nothing to do with this.
jarome aka (big $ bird) January 06, 2013 at 10:28 PM
thanks dani he's my friend, lorie and kelly get over your selves

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