Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Law & Order

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Law & Order

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY > Woman carjacked outside JCC - A 57-year-old woman was carjacked outside of the Jewish Community Center near Creve Coeur Saturday morning, police said.

A St. Louis County police spokesman said that police responded to a call for a robbery from the center about 6:21 a.m.

Police said that a man approached, displayed a firearm, and demanded the woman's Porsche SUV before driving off in it. The woman was uninjured, they said. The incident happened in the center's parking lot.

Spokeswoman Lisa Marucci said in an email that the center was "extremely grateful that she is safe."

Marucci's statement said the carjacking happened long before the building opened, and because of that, "We believe this is an isolated incident and have no reason to believe the crime was motivated by anti-Semitism."

BRIDGETON > Fire at Bridgeton Landfill is extinguished - A fire at Bridgeton Landfill was extinguished Friday evening, and no contamination was released, officials said.

Richard Callow, spokesman for landfill owner Republic Services, said the fire was contained a quarter-mile from any radioactive waste.

The fire reportedly broke out about 6 p.m. The St. Louis County Office of Emergency Management said the fire was at the neighboring West Lake Landfill, but Callow said it was not.

The county office issued an alert at 7:20 p.m. that said the fire was out and no contaminants were released.

Pattonville firefighters responded to the blaze, along with landfill employees.

Callow said air quality monitors were working during the fire. Nearby residents may smell an odor while systems are inspected and repaired, he said.

FRANKLIN COUNTY > Couple get probation for illegally storing hazardous waste - A husband and wife who admitted improperly transporting 9 million pounds of hazardous waste and storing it in a Franklin County warehouse have been sentenced in federal court to probation and ordered to pay the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency $1. …

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