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Missouri Auto Accident Involving Daryl Jacobs Jr. of Florissant, MO
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Missouri Auto Accident Involving Daryl Jacobs Jr. of Florissant, MO

(STL.News) The Missouri Highway Patrol reported a traffic accident.  We regret to report this accident/news, but wish that everybody involved, and their families the best. Missouri Auto Accident Report: involving Daryl Jacobs Jr (36) of Florissant, Missouri Date: January 17, 2021 Time: 8:07 pm Number of Vehicles: One (1) Driver Name (1): Daryl Jacobs Jr. Driver Name (2): N/A Injury Driver (1): Fatal Injury Driver (2): N/A Vehicle Description (1): 2014 Jeep Wrangler Vehicle Description (2): N/A Incident ID Number: 210027622 County: St. Louis County Location: Northbound I-70 north of Airport Road Driver Insurance (1): Unknown Driver Insurance (2): N/A Vehicle (s) Direction: Northbound Investigated by: Trooper ER Besserud (259) Troop: Troo...
$100,000 Scratchers Prize Won by Donna Fondren in St. Louis
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$100,000 Scratchers Prize Won by Donna Fondren in St. Louis

MO (STL.News) Donna Fondren of St. Louis recently won a $100,000 top prize on a Missouri Lottery “Jumbo Bucks” Scratchers game. Fondren purchased the winning ticket at New Halls Ferry Pit Stop, 12785 New Halls Ferry Road, in Florissant. “Jumbo Bucks” is a $5 Scratchers game with more than $8.6 million in remaining prizes, including two additional top prizes of $100,000. CLICK to VIEW SOURCE
Florissant Woman, Tayon Hutchins Fowler, Indicted for Social Security Disability, Wire Fraud
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Florissant Woman, Tayon Hutchins Fowler, Indicted for Social Security Disability, Wire Fraud

St. Louis, MO (STL.News) - Tayon Hutchins Fowler, 41, of Florissant, was indicted on Thursday with two counts of wire fraud and two counts of making false statements about being disabled to the Social Security Administration (“SSA”). Fowler surrendered this morning to U.S. Marshals. The indictment alleges that Fowler submitted an application for disability payments to SSA in 2012, claiming to be depressed and unable to work.  After Fowler began receiving periodic disability payments from SSA, she started a home health care business and received more than $100,000 per year from this business during 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.  In July 2017, Fowler sold the home health care business.  In March 2018 and again in September 2018, Fowler made two false statements to SSA about not working and no...