5) Fire in Chesterfield Home Torches Bathroom
"A fire broke out in a Chesterfield house Wednesday afternoon, damaging a bathroom and causing some smoke damage to the rest of the residence.
The Monarch Fire Protection District responded to the fire at around 1 p.m. after receiving a call from an alarm company and a resident of the home located in the 2100 block of Silverwood Lane."
4) Man Pulled Over For Drunk Driving Had Loaded Gun
"A 73-year-old male pulled over in Chesterfield for driving while intoxicated could also face charges for violating Missouri gun law.
The Chesterfield Police Department said the suspect had a loaded pistol in his glove box and was cited for illegal possession of a firearm. Missouri statutes state that it's illegal for intoxicated individuals to be in possession of a firearm if it's readily capable of lethal use and being handled in a negligent manner."
"An ice hockey player faces a criminal charge for hitting another player in the face with his hockey stick, shattering the man’s jaw Oct. 14 during a recreational game at the Brentwood Recreation Complex.
Kevin Stephens, 27, of the 15600 block of Parasol Drive in Chesterfield, was charged Thursday with second-degree assault."
"Police are now saying a Chesterfield man shot to death in St. Louis last week was killed by a man who had agreed to purchase his car several days before.
On Saturday, Tierrance Davis, 17, was charged with first-degree murder, first-degree robbery and two counts of armed criminal action in connection to the murder of 29-year-old Chesterfield resident Deondre Lamont Elem on Dec. 13."
1) Two Chesterfield Women Charged for Prostitution in Undercover Police Sting
"A Des Peres business had its license revoked after an investigation discovered prostitution at the establishment, which offered massages. Two Chesterfield women, who worked at Rong Hua D-Stress, were charged Monday with miscellaneous sex violations, breaking the city’s ordinance prohibiting prostitution.
Rong Hua D-Stress, a massage business formerly at 11730 Manchester Road, closed after a St. Louis County Special Investigations Unit determined prostitution occurred at the establishment."