Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Check out the round up of stories related to crime in St. Peters during the month of November
Check out the round up of stories related to crime in St. Peters during the month of November. Police Blotters Police Blotters Police Blotters Police Blotters
Monday, November 5, 2012
Check out the round up of stories related to crime in St. Peters during the month of October.
In case you missed any of the crime coverage from St. Peters Patch during the month of October, here the St. Peters crime stories published in October 2012. Police News Police Blotter Police Blotters Police Blotters Police Blotters Police Blotters
Friday, November 2, 2012
The top-10 most-read stories were tilted in favor of crime and traffic crashes.
October is gone and we're in the home strech of 2012. November, the month with Thanksgiving and maybe snow, is here. But before we get to that, let's look at the last month. Once again we look at the numbers to see just what St. Peters Patch readers were checking in on during the month. In October, it was a lot of crime, but not all stories involved police news. In order of user views, here are the top-10 stories on St. Peters Patch during October. What do you think about the list? Any surprises?
Check out the 10 most read stories on Missouri Patch sites for the month of October.
1. Lawsuit Claims Baby Was Decapitated During Delivery at Mercy Sometimes, the news can be tragic. That was certainly the case in this report from Creve Coeur Patch. According to a 10-count complaint filed in St. Louis County Circuit Court, a local couple claimed that doctors involved with the delivery of their baby coerced them into a vaginal delivery against their wishes and then hid the fact that their baby had been decapitated during the delivery process. The same story, posted on Florissant Patch (Florissant Couple Files Lawsuit, Claims Baby Was Decapitated in Delivery), also ranked among the most read stories in Missouri Patch. - - - - - 2. What Time is Tonight’s Obama v. Romney Presidential Debate? Patch has gone all-in this …