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Breaking News / Re: Pulaski County Deputy Shot
« on: June 12, 2008, 01:27:25 AM »
When you said he will not be named, I took it he will never be named..

   Age 32, but not yet charged with a crime. My policy is no name until charged or warrant already in hand.

Night Club, Bars, Night Life. / Re: PARTY AT THE ROCKIN R
« on: June 11, 2008, 07:21:18 PM »
I got $1000.00 says yes, any takers?

Wonder if there will be any changes....

Night Club, Bars, Night Life. / Re: PARTY AT THE ROCKIN R
« on: June 11, 2008, 05:46:56 PM »
The way I understand it is that the bank has owned it for some time, and the former owners were running it.. This was rumor control
There is a new person coming in to run it soon. This was told to me by Adonia Rask herself...
Never asume that because a person claims to be the owner does it mean that they actually own the business or the building.. Many times buildings, and businesses, are leased to people by other people, or banks..

I heard Rockin R got bought out couple days ago.....any truth to this?

Breaking News / Re: Pulaski County Deputy Shot
« on: June 11, 2008, 04:08:57 PM »
One would assume he can't be named because he is a minor.
News Up Date
Pulaski County Deputy Shot
Pulaski County Sheriff J. B. King
June 11, 2008

The DDCC officers have finished processing the crime scene. The next step will be interviews with the people involved in the incident. These will likely take place later due to the gunshot wounds both parties suffered.

The wounded Deputy is Donald Hayden of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department. Don is in good spirits at this time and will likely undergo an extensive medical procedure on his left hand in the next day or so. At this time he is expected to remain at the University Medical Center in Columbia for a few days.

The suspect who has not yet been charged will not be named. He is also at the University Medical Center and his length of stay is unknown.

If they were not charged by the feds they will probably all walk.

Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Say Something Nice About the Person Above You
« on: June 07, 2008, 08:30:35 PM »
It's nice how Desert Sky likes it too....

Rick!!! I guess it is kind of nice how he pays a lot of attention to my bangin

Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Say Something Nice About the Person Above You
« on: June 07, 2008, 08:25:47 PM »
Desert sky has a bangin bootie..

Another thing you all haven't mentioned that comes into play is she probably did know she was speeding, and that alone should have told her it was real.. If she had been obeying the law, none of this would have occurred..

Maybe cops on country roads, should consider waiting to hit the light when the person gets closer to a lighted area..

Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Sunset
« on: June 05, 2008, 07:42:26 PM »

Roads. Looks like it connects at the Meeks intersection, goes behind Lowes from there I think.. All paid for by the extra half cent sales tax you pay on St. Robert Boulevard.
Over on Missouri Blvd they have cleaned off a big place behind Meeks and across the road.  Anyone know what is going on.  It would be so much easier if they would just put a big sign up everytime they started moving earth and cutting down trees and say " for those of you who just can't stand not to know what is going on here we are.........whatever"  They have no consideration for us nosey people.

Business Opinion / Discount Smoke Shop St. Robert Centre
« on: June 03, 2008, 02:49:45 AM »
Went in there today at 5, wasn't greeted as the gal was busy texting friends.. Went to checkout counter, and when she finally finished her texting, she reluctantly rang up my 60 dollar purchase.. The only words spoken to me the entire time in the store was when I was told the amount of the sale. Real class act she is.. Looked like I had ruined her day going in there. I will buy where they are cheaper from now on...

Thing with feds is if you do the crime you do all the time. I'm waiting to see if anyone gets time in this county from any charges, other than time spent..

No cook at any local school is tested at all a far as I know.. Why set the bar so hight for EDP? They atleast made an atempt to identify these people.. That's more than your local school district does.

I know for fact of an individual who was doing drugs and working for your facility and was turned in. He was then told when he would be tested so... he had what is called a "piss bag" in his refridgerator that had someone's clean urine in it,(these "piss bags" can be purchased at a local store in St. Robert where other paraphenillia is sold) he then put it in between his legs all day to "warm it to body temperature" and then went into the bathroom and gave you a negative drug test. Now... the reason I know this is because I happened to be related went to visit his kids and got a bottle and saw this "bag" in his fridge and I asked what it was and they volunteered the info without hesitation! I tried to do something about it by calling whomever I could call to no avail. Innocent till proven guilty.
Problem is; you can take hair instead of pee but now they say they can use some kind of chemical on their hair to make negative test results. Ive heard of them drinking whole jars of pickle juice to hide blood checks the ideas go on and on . Rather they work or not I wouldnt know because I have NEVER touched the stuff and turn in anyone I think who does but this is alot bigger than we ever could imagine and they find ways to beat the system. It is absolutely crazy!!!

Not putting down Edp but going to have to go into the bathrooms with em or something. With the drugs and etc. and hepatitis C and etc that these addicts carry I wouldnt want any of them cooking my food. There has got to be another way and I feel for you and any other company or business that has to spend the money to even have to do this at all. It not only costs you but us good paying tax payers as well! It just disturbs me!
*to know a business can even sell the stuff like these "pee bags" is beyond me but you have to prove what they are being used for right?
Its a no win situation!

I think we need desolate islands we can put all the druggies on, one for all the murderers, one for all the pediphiles and take them by boat and leave em to fend for themselves. Give them their own little world to fend for themselves where they arent around us and we arent paying for them and let them kill each other if they want! JMOwn Opinion!

Lets all see how she peforms on this new list of drug dealers she has the oportunity to put away.. I know I am watching closely..

Yes, looks like we need more time for the Trickle Down Economics to kick in.. LOL

Awesome site Rick.
Have you seen this?

My attorney is ofcourse out of town until next Wednesday.

Problem here is, innocent until proven guilty, so there is no telling what a court may give her. I have the right as of now to deny visitation on the grounds that she didn't turn her test into me on time.. It is now up to her to try and take me to court for visitation.. This bust has no immediate affect on my case.. I could file an order of child protection, and I may do that.. I will speak to my attorney today.

Rick,It's unfortunate for your child that his Mom is doing what she is doing, but it is good for him that she got caught  too, because now he won't be exposed to that life style any longer.  And you won't have to worry any more.  I am happy for you both.

She has two charges on case net in Phelps county alone.. That would make three counts when you add Pulaski's, but we don't know yet how many counts in Pulaski. This would be her first charges for sales as far as I know, all her other charges had been for possession.

Shes the mother of my kid, and I already had 80 percent custody. I spent 10,000 to try and get my kid from her 100 percent, but failed.. Looks like I will have her 100 percent now.. She failed to give me her last Hair Folicle test the court had ordered, she's not gong to see my kid agin I hope.. I used to cringe everytime I took her there.

Lindy McKinnon, where do i know that name?

State News / Re: Big Cat Killed in Newton County
« on: May 22, 2008, 04:12:54 AM »
Nope I am from the Leparticus Erecterice family of cats..
A relative of yours Rick?

Night Club, Bars, Night Life. / Re: Club Oasis
« on: May 21, 2008, 07:19:38 PM »
The army always puts the building off limits.. Name changes have no effect.
I heard they are trying to change the name so they can get off the banned list

This page gives more acurate detail.

Thats incorrect.
The Outstanding Public Debt as of 21 May 2008 at 01:22:13 PM GMT is:
That's Trillion.
The US is $862 BILLION in the, I guess not surprising though.

Military Opinion / Re: Playground cleanup PLEASE READ
« on: May 19, 2008, 04:50:08 AM »
Wasn't me.. I didn't do it.. I swear..

Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Weekly Sheriff's reports.
« on: May 18, 2008, 12:45:22 AM »
4-18 through 4-24
4-25 through 5-01

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Local News / Re: First Degree Assault
« on: May 17, 2008, 04:03:31 AM »
Didn't know he had posted it, haven't paid much attention to the board last few days.
this is the same story that Valor7 wrote News Release-Knife Attack right... 

Local News / First Degree Assault
« on: May 16, 2008, 07:59:59 PM »
News ReleaseFirst Degree AssaultPulaski County Sheriff J. B. King
May 15, 2008
At approximately 5:44pm on May 13, 2008, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department was notified of a physical disturbance in progress at 15785 Hallmark Lane just outside of the St. Robert City Limits. Upon arrival at the scene the Deputies found one person with blood on them but no apparent injury. Witnesses to the incident told the Deputies that a black male covered in blood had fled the scene. While several Deputies and St. Robert City Police Officers attempted to locate the subject who fled the scene other Deputies obtained details of the assault that had occurred. The first information developed was that the disturbance had been between a brother and sister. A short time later Deputies made contact with a person who told them he had taken a person who was bleeding to a trailer on Hartford Road, which is located in the Mo. 28 area. Several Deputies went to that location and found a person with two knife wounds. The Pulaski County Ambulance Service was called to the scene and the wounded person was taken to the Phelps County Regional Medical Center for treatment. A friend of the wounded person who was living in the trailer was found to have an active warrant and was taken to the St. Robert Police Department and released to them. Later that night a Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department Detective went to the Phelps County Hospital to interview the wounded person. As the Detective was interviewing the person the Detective recognized the person and realized that the subject had given the other Deputies a false name. The wounded person was identified as Jamel V. Hampton, age 26, of 2819 Dayton Drive, St. Louis, Missouri. Jamel Hampton had active warrants for resisting arrest and parole violation. When Jamel Hampton was released from the Hospital he was taken into custody and spent the rest of the night in the Pulaski County Jail. The Pulaski County jail staff returned Jamel Hampton to the custody of the Missouri Department of Corrections on May 14, 2008. With the identity of Jamel Hampton established it was apparent that the sister had also given a false identification to the Deputies who responded to the Hallmark Lane incident. On May 14, 2008 Deputies from the Sheriff’s Department located Ebony Hampton, age 25, of 15785 Hallmark Lane and arrested her on an active Pulaski County warrant for First Degree Assault. The bond on that case had been set at $50,000.00.   At the time of her arrest Ebony Hampton was in possession of several false identifications and several credit devices that did not belong to her. There were a number of prescription medications from the controlled substance list that were in her possession. A series of related investigations involving the credit devices, the prescription drugs and the false identifications are continuing. The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department will seek assistance from several other Law Enforcement agencies with these investigations.
Deputies will send a statement of probable cause to the Pulaski County Prosecutor for charges related to the stabbing incident. At this time Ebony Hampton remains in the Pulaski County Jail on the First Degree Assault

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City Government Opinion / Re: What is TIF?
« on: May 14, 2008, 05:31:20 PM »
Yes you are correct it was an emminent domain issue, I stand corrected..
I like the bond issue, would love to hear more about that route.. There are those in the Shrine wanting growth, and others not unlike myself that are somewhat concerned.
Thanks for your time brother.. Appreciate your input here.
Rick, no the developer pays all of the costs of the plan.  He had to deposit $20k with the city before we would even start. 
The big issue in Rolla was that they were trying to force folks to move through emminent domain.  We are not doing that, and as a policy do not do that in St. Robert.  This is all voluntary by the owner.
As a fellow Shriner I have thought about whether we could do anything at the club.  A TIF would not work because the area would not meet the blight standards and the expense would be too great.  You are in the ballpark with $100k in expenses for the developer to set this up.  A CID could work but CIDs need a business that produces sales tax and the only business out there is our own club.  As such, we would be taxing ourselves.  The only benefit would be in the types of bonds we might be able to issue.  I still do not think it is economically feasable but I will do some more reasearch. 
I also want to clarify something that was incorrect in the paper.  The convention center would be built by the developer and not the city.  If anything, we are looking at a recreation center and aquatic center but I want to emphasize that we are merely laying the groundwork for the future.  If we don't lay the groundwork now, then we can never do it. Once we get this in place, we will probably see if the other cities want to cooperate.   Family entertainment is something that is being looked at very seriously for this area, and I can tell you a new movie theater is in the plans already.
Finally, I want to emphasize that the law enforcement tax has nothing to do with this plan.  I am sorry it is getting tied to this, but none of us here at the city even thought of it as we have been working through all of this.  We are simply trying to fix a bad area of St. Robert and make it into something that everyone can benefit from instead of the eyesore and hazard that it is now.
Hope that helps answer some of the questions.  Keep them coming as I want to make sure everyone knows what we are doing.
Kevin Hillman, St. Robert City Attorney

City Government Opinion / Re: What is TIF?
« on: May 14, 2008, 03:19:28 PM »
From my recollection there was much debate over this very subject in Rolla.

I agree that the developer gets an advantage under TIF, but he also is taking care of a blighted area that no one is going to fix without assistance.  Please keep in mind that Rolla, Lebanon, and the Lake area are waiting with the same type of proposals.  As such, if St. Robert does not stay competitive with those cities by offering incentives, we will lose the new development and that would hurt the exisiting businesses even more.  The Fields property as it exists now is hurting the city and all of the business on Missouri Ave because it is a blighted area.  It is the 1st thing folks see when they come off FLW.
The CID is not meant to help or hurt the Law Enforcement tax issue, we have been working this plan long before that debate came up.  Also, we were in this process when Waynesville came with the pool idea and we could not reveal where we were at that time because of this plan.  We are trying to put into place a mechanism that would allow us to have funding to do something everyone in the community seems to want.  You are right that a lot of things have to come together to make it work, but we are trying.
Again, if anyone wants to look at the plan or see what we are doing, please come by St. Robert City Hall and see me.  I am more than happy to show you.  I am glad that so many folks are interested in what we are doing.
Kevin Hillman, St. Robert City Attorney