went that he or that day federal even refused to 2nd Man Is Charged In Slaying Of Woman Pulled A second suspect has been charged with first-degree first-degree first-degree murder in the death of a woman whose body was pulled from the Mississippi River about a half-mile half-mile half-mile south of the Jefferson Barracks Barracks Bridge. Charged Wednesday was Stephen A. Buss, 39, of Creve Coeur. The victim victim was Anna Marie Teson, 31, of south St. Louis. On Tuesday, Michael W. Reed, 21, of the 3800 block of Juniata Avenue, was charged with first-degree first-degree first-degree murder murder in the same case. Both suspects are being held without without bond in the St. Louis County Jail. Teson's body was pulled from the Mississippi Monday afternoon. Teson, of the 3600 block of Missouri Missouri Avenue, was the mother of seven children ranging in age from 7 months to 14 years, police said. She was last seen April 5; her sister re ported her missing April 14, police said. Buss gave police a statement admitting admitting that Reed had driven Teson to his house on Ladue Court on the night she disappeared, police said. Reed told police that on that night, Teson had agreed to accompany him to burglarize Buss' house. In fact, Buss had been angry with Teson because because she had made derogatory remarks remarks about him, police said. From River Reed said he had driven Teson to Buss' house. Reed told police that he had seen Buss tie up Teson and stuff a rag into her mouth. Reed said that he then had left for a few minutes. When he returned, he said, Teson was unconscious unconscious and inside a sleeping bag zipped up to her neck. Reed told police that he had helped Buss to put her in the trunk of Buss' car. Reed said he then had driven home.