Monday, April 8, 2013
St. Peters Police said the woman used her real name and address at the bridal shop, and used the card at St. Peters stores to buy flowers, shoes and other items.
A St. Charles woman faces charges for using someone else’s credit cards to buy several items, including her wedding dress at a bridal shop, according to St. Peters Police. The woman used her real name and address at the bridal shop, according to a police report. Lakechia Pendleton-King, 35, of the 1200 block of Chargene Street in St. Charles, was charged March 21 with fraudulent use of a credit card and receiving stolen property. St. Peters Police said besides using the stolen credit card at David’s Bridal, 5858 Suemandy Drive in St. Peters on Jan. 23, the woman also bought items at Schnucks, DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, Marshalls, Dillards and Walmart. Schnucks provided photos of the woman buying flowers at the store. All the stores are …
Thursday, September 6, 2012
St. Peters Police say Cody Friedman, 17, argued with his mother and struck her in the nose with a pair of shoes, giving her a bloody nose. He also pushed her into a table and chairs, slightly injuring her arm.
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Thursday, September 6, 2012
A St. Peters teenager was charged with hitting his mother in the nose, giving her a nose bleed, and pushing her into a table and chairs Wednesday. Cody Friedman, 17, of Twin Fawns Court in St. Peters, was charged Thursday with third-degree domestic assault. St. Peters Police said Friedman argued with his mother and struck her in the nose with a pair of shoes, giving her a bloody nose. He also pushed her into a table and chairs, slightly injuring her arm. In a statement, his mother also said Friedman began throwing popcorn and soda on the floor, put a hole in the wall with a hairbrush, kicked a hole in a closet door and broke a cooler. Bond for Friedman was set at $10,000. For more crime information on St. Peters Patch, see the following …
Monday, January 24, 2011
Learning something new can be a challenge. Teaching something new to two boys who would rather be doing anything else—next to impossible.
We took another step toward coaxing our little birds out of the nest—they learned to tie their shoes. This has been a long time coming for E., who at 9 still shows little interest in picking out his own clothes for school or do more than stretch for the TV remote. Unless I want to be doing our son’s laundry forever, teaching the guys to be a little more self-sufficient is in our best interest. With E. anything can turn into a battle of wills. Once he knows you’re eager for him to learn something new, he will do everything in his power to avoid trying it—especially if it looks to be challenging. When E. was 7 and still riding his bike with training wheels, I thought once he saw the neighborhood kids riding their bikes on two wheels he would…