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Two Teens Charged in 5-Hour Crime Spree


St. Louis, MO – Two teenagers have been charged with 18 offenses in connection with a St. Louis crime spree that began with a carjacking.

Authorities expect a third suspect to be charged today (Monday), and police are still looking for a fourth person.

Police say the two were among a group of four who stole five cars, had five traffic accident, and injured a theft victim, pedestrian, and police officer - all in a five-hour period.

Paul Clayton and Jahon Anderson, both 18, were charged Sunday with counts including first-degree robbery, first-degree property damage, and stealing a motor vehicle.

Teremus Grant Jr., 21, is so far charged with felonious resisting arrest and stealing a motor vehicle.


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