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Updated 11:39 a.m. with story including guilty plea
The mayor of the impoverished St. Louis County town of Kinloch faces sentencing in November after pleading guilty to three federal charges.
Keith Conway admitted in his plea that he used city money for things such as Caribbean cruises, a time-share condominium in Florida and even to pay electric bills and delinquent income taxes.
He was indicted in the spring for wire fraud, federal program theft and witness tampering.
Updated 5:08 p.m.
Aaron Reid, 26, pleaded guilty Tuesday to concealing information related to the 2008 bombing of a Clayton, Mo. parking garage.
A former St. Louis Democratic political operative has been indicted in connection with a 2008 Clayton bombing that injured a lawyer.
After nearly a three-year investigation federal attorneys are accusing Milton “Skip” Ohlsen III of trying to kill his ex-wife’s divorce attorney.
Ohlsen is already serving time on unrelated charges for mortgage fraud and illegal possession of a firearm.
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