Police say the 36-year-old fired shots into a St. Louis County officers car after being pulled over on Intestate 44. He then led police on a chase that ended in the Fenton/Valley Park area.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The 36-year-old was pulled over on Interstate 44 at the Eureka city limit, police say. He fired three-to-five shots into the officer's car and then led police on a chase that ended in the Fenton/Valley Park area.
A 36-year-old man has been arrested after firing shots at a St. Louis County police officer and then leading police on a chase on Eastbound Interstate 44. An officer from the department's West County Precinct attempted to stop a Jeep Grand Cherokee for speeding Tuesday afternoon on Eastbound I-44 at the Eureka city limit, St. Louis County police say. The driver pulled over, police say. But as the officer attempted to exit his vehicle, three-to-five shots were fired out of the suspect’s vehicle through the back windshield and into the officer’s car. Afterward, the suspect sped off on Eastbound I-44 and led police on a chase that ended about a mile west of Highway 141 when he lost control of his vehicle and struck the center median, police …
Officers were pursuing a Jeep on Eastbound I-44 after someone in the vehicle shot at a St. Louis County police car, reports Fox 2.
The left lanes of Interstate 44 are closed in both directions after a police chase that ended a mile west of Highway 141 in the Fenton/Valley Park area, according to our partners at Fox 2. Police were pursuing a green Jeep Cherokee on Eastbound I-44 after someone in the vehicle shot at a St. Louis County police car, shattering its windows, the station reports. The suspect is in custody. This is a developing story. Stay tuned to Patch and Fox 2 for additional updates.
Saturday, December 22, 2012
Friday, MoDOT’s St. Louis District Engineer Ed Hassinger announced two major construction projects are near completion: I-64 double deck (Poplar Street Bridge) rehabilitation and I-44 at Antire pavement replacement.
On Interstate 44, Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) crews are wrapping up major work on a pavement replacement project from Lewis Road to Antire Road. During this year’s construction, MoDOT teams rebuilt the pavement so motorists have a smoother commute, said MoDOT’s St. Louis District Engineer Ed Hassinger. Guard cable is an added safety feature to this section of I-44 to help prevent crossover crashes, he said. "To complete this project, crews will perform striping work early next year, weather/temperature permitting," said Hassinger. There will be periodic lane closures at the construction zone during non-peak travel times.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Monday’s focus by Highway Patrol officers netted 33 speeders as well as tailgaters and other violations along Interstate 44 between Eureka and Fenton
Despite warning signs posted for miles, rumble strips, hundreds of traffic cones, concrete barriers, crash barrels and the constant presence of heavy equipment, getting drivers to slow down for the construction on Interstate 44 at Antire Road etween Fenton and near Eureka remains a stubborn problem. During an eight-hour focus on traffic safety on Monday, eight Missouri Highway Patrol troopers stopped more than 100 vehicles, issuing more than 70 warnings and 66 summonses, according to Troop C Captain Ronald Johnson. Half the summonses were for speeding, Johnson said. Six were for following too closely, while other drivers were cited for an assortment of violations. Only two of the violations were given to drivers of commercial vehicles, and…
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Delays and long lines of traffic already are occurring on Interstate 44 at the Eureka Antire Road construction zone of the U.S. highway. What alternate routes can anyone suggest?
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) crews, along with contractor, Millstone Bangert, this week started the major impact of construction with one eastbound lane closed on Interstate 44 from Lewis Road in Eureka to Missouri Route 141. One eastbound lane will be closed around-the-clock until mid-September as part of a pavement replacement project on I-44 at Antire Road near Eureka. MoDOT officials remind motorists they will experience traffic delays on I-44 with this one-lane closure during morning peak travel times, especially from 6:45 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. Motorists can expect morning travel times to increase by up to 7 minutes to 20 minutes. MoDOT managers have been evaluating the traffic delays and travel times during morning rush-…
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Missouri Department of Transportation crews will close one lane on eastbound I-44 at Antire Road, just east of Eureka, starting Tuesday, May 29, after evening rush. Some lanes in the area already are blocked.
Watch out for shoulder drops if traveling Interstate 44 between Eureka and Fenton! One eastbound lane on I-44 will be closed around-the-clock until mid-September as part of a pavement repair and resurfacing project on Interstate 44 at Antire Road near the Eureka exit. Starting Friday, June 1, Missouri Department of Transportation crews will close one lane on westbound I-44 at Antire Road around-the-clock, except between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. weekdays for the evening rush period, according to a MoDOT release issued Wednesday afternoon. In addition, the entrance and exit ramps from westbound I-44 to Antire will be closed during the month of June. Drivers heading from Antire Road to westbound I-44 will need to take eastbound I-44 to Route 141 and…
Friday, July 8, 2011
Two southbound I-270 lanes between I-44 and Gravois Road also will be closed
The Missouri Department of Transportation and its contractor Millstone Bangert will close the exit ramp from eastbound Interstate 44 to southbound Interstate 270 this weekend, weather permitting. The exit ramp will be closed due to the close distance to the work zone on southbound I-270 at I-44 and Rott Road. Crews will have temporary lane closures on southbound I-270 between I-44 and Gravois Road this weekend to begin two months of bridge rehabilitation, weather permitting. MoDOT crews will: Suggested weekend detour routes During the weekend lane closures on southbound I-270, motorists are advised to use Route 141 as an alternative. During the closure of the eastbound I-44 ramp to southbound I-270, motorists are advised to use the …