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5 JAN 23 1992 (j THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1992 6A ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH COURTSPOLICE The following incidents were among those that east neighborhood, where he worked as a part- Boulevard. were reported to police departments in the St. time security guard. Louis metropolitan area or that involved action in SENTENCINGS one of the area's courts: KIDNAPPINGS " St. Louis: Five Texans were sentenced . Berkeley: Larry Hoskin, 31, of the 10500 block Wednesday In U.S. District Court to prison terms VIOLENT DEATHS of Castle Drive in St. Louis County, was charged ranging from 12 to 20 years for distributing several . . ... 77 7TT Wednesday with kidnapping a woman at gunpoint tons of marijuana in Missouri and Virginia. They m J ,k:H oisf! Uiderwood, 27. of the 4000 from the Northland Shopping Center in April and were identified as Michael Roberts, 31; his father, block of North Z3rd Street, pleaded guilty Tuesday raping her. Investigators said they matched Hoskin George Eugene Roberts, 56; Charles Boston !Ult,rcu'!. CourtJ ?nar9?s second- trough genetic testing. Bond was set Wednesday Jones, 55; Rodney Alexander, 30, all of El Paso; ft.r a.nJ. armed criminal action in the at $200,000. In addition to rape and kidnapping, and Emmanuel G. Leeper, 30, from Piano, Texas. SShf h SLi .LE ?St. ?V't' IV Dav't wa? Hoskin was charged with armed criminal action, They were found guilty last November. I th ionn hTJTA If LaQ?h 8 ulT? ment attempted sodomy, sexual assault and stealing a in the 1900 block of O Fallon Street. He died from moor vnhirio ..... ..... his wounds five days later. Judge Anna Forder set mo-or V9ntcle- TRAFFIC FATALITIES sentencing for Feb. 14. SEXUAL ASSAULTS St. Charles County: A man from St. Peters Lonnie Boaze, 20, has been indicted by a St. was fatally injured Tuesday afternoon when his Louis Circuit Court grand jury on charges of first- St. Louis: A woman, 32, was In serious but pickup collided with a Missouri Highway Depart- degree murder and armed criminal action in the stable condition Wednesday at an undisclosed ment truck on Interstate 70 in St. Charles County, shooting death of an off-duty St. Louis deputy hospital after she had been raped and had her The victim was identified as Timothy J. Spickler, 37. sheriff. Boaze, of the 4000 block of St. Ferdinand throat slashed. The victim, of St. Louis, said she The accident occurred in the westbound lanes of Avenue, is accused in the killing of the deputy was walking down the street with an acquaintance the interstate near Mid Rivers Mall Drive. Spickler sheriff, Roger Fields, 29, who was shot and killed when a man attacked her about 1 1 p.m. Tuesday in was pronounced dead at 2:29 p.m. at St. Joseph's Dec. 13 outside a tavern in the Forest Park South- the 5200 block of Highland Avenue, near Union Hospital West. Full Fe 19! 100 memory alphanumeric storage Scratch pad memory Automatic reoiai uaii timers Memory search Plug Into Car's Lighter ft Mike A Call 8tt ) X-9 ir. A omauiPtiaETaix aW. IMVT HMttlBITl'I UNIT -L EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ON CELLULAR PHONES & PAGERS Technophone Full Featured Transportable I95 1 NOKIA-MOBIRA Installed Model Hands-free speaker & microphone Dual number capability Running call timers Emergency lock override Inttailitlon A Glass Mount Antennae Included Y$qo uagrja vv 00 'Ofler and price shown requires service contract with authorized cellular earner pending approval, "While Supplies rfrear-'?:"" .... 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Bailey said his own approach is "to put them to work. We should have a work program for inmates" to teach them skills to use once released. Bailey also has filed an amended campaign report that complies with his pledge that, since Aug. 4, his campaign would limit individuals or groups to $100 contributions. And be has sent $300 in checks to reimburse backers who had exceeded the limit A Post-Dispatch examination of his first report, filed last week, indicated that more than 40 contributors had exceeded the campaign's limit. Bailey's campaign says the discrepancy was caused largely by a "computer problem." Stallings Family To Get Refund Of Some Costs By Thorn Gross Of the Post-Dispatch Staff The Missouri Division of Family Services is refunding $3,200 in child-support payments it collected from David and Patricia Stallings for the foster care of their baby while the mother was in jail. On Tuesday, the Jefferson County Commission voted to investigate the state's demands for payment and see if they could be dropped. But on Wednesday, Don Kling, a spokesman for the state agency, said the state's own review had led to the refund, due in two or three weeks. Patricia Stallings was charged in September 1989 with murder in the death of the couple's son, Ryan, at 5 months. Prosecutors accused her of poisoning him with antifreeze. She was pregnant at the time of her arrest. David Stallings Jr. was born Feb. 17, 1990, at Madison Memorial Hospital In Fredricktown, Mo. He soon was transferred to St. Louis Children's Hospital for long diagnosis and treatment and then was placed in foster care. Patricia Stallings was convicted in a trial in January 1991. In June, medical experts said they believed that Ryan had died of a rare genetic disorder and not from poisoning. In July, Prosecuting Attorney George B. 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