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Theft victims discover alleged chop shop in North County while looking for their stolen trucks

NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) -- A man who wants to go by the name Junior had been searching for his stolen truck for nearly a month. A friend who was also the victim of a vehicle theft got a tip that both trucks might be found in a wooded area at the end of Fry Lane, near I-270 and Lilac Avenue. On Sunday, they went to look.

"Well, we recovered our trucks at a chop shop," Junior said.

Junior said they found up to 15 vehicles that may have been stolen and some had parts removed. They also found the chassis of vehicles cut in half and VIN numbers removed from vehicles.

St. Louis County police confirmed that two stolen pickups were recovered on the property and Junior confirmed one was his and the other belonged to his friend.

https://www.kmov.com/news/theft-victims-discover-alleged-chop-shop-in-north-county-while/article_2d609712-cdd3-11e9-997e-570bc5d01a84.html?

Andrew Yang at CNN Town Hall on Climate Crisis

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Rolla City Councilman Resigns Over Marijuana Conviction

Daniel Jones said he is right and the law is wrong.

But ultimately, he didnít think he would win a legal battle to keep his seat on the Rolla City Council.

He resigned Thursday night, on the eve of a hearing to determine whether he could continue to hold public office.

Phelps County Prosecutor Brendon Fox filed a petition against Jones saying his 2012 guilty plea to a felony cannabis possession charge made him ineligible to hold public office. Felons are not allowed to hold office in the state. The filing was in response to a complaint from local retired pastor Tim Cook.

https://news.stlpublicradio.org/post/rolla-city-councilman-resigns-over-marijuana-conviction#stream/0
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