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County feels effect of Ferguson costs

The cost of the civil disturbance in Ferguson has reached across the Missouri River into St. Charles County. That’s because officers from the St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department and various county municipalities put in overtime to assist law enforcement efforts in Ferguson during August and November. The officers were deployed after St. Louis County police requested help, and those overtime pay costs are being compiled now. St. Charles County Sheriff Tom Neer said the cost of overtime for county sheriff’s deputies and local municipal police officers might be more than $30,000. Neer discussed the overtime during a County Council work ...

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Todd appointed county police chief 

Subject to confirmation by the St. Charles County Council this month, County Executive Steve Ehlmann has appointed David L. Todd as the first chief of the new St. Charles County Police Department.

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Lindenwood unveils Health Care Court

A more than decade-long partnership was recognized on Nov. 19 with the official dedication of “SSM Health Care Court” at the halftime of Lindenwood University’s season-opening men’s basketball game.

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