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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

BUSTED - Hermann Missouri Police Receive Report Fraudulent use of Victims Debit Card

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Joseph Burke, 25, of Hermann was arrested for two misdemeanor counts and a single felony count of Fraudulent use of a Debit/Credit Device.
The misdemeanor counts were, Possession of Marijuana and Unlawful Use of Drug Paraphernalia.  
Burke was transported to the Crawford County Detention Center by the Gasconade County Sheriff’s Department.  
A Formal arrest warrant for these charges was filed by the Gasconade County Prosecutor Wednesday morning and signed by Judge John Berkemeyer, who set bond at $5,000 for the felony and $1,000 for the misdemeanor count of, Unlawful Use of Drug Paraphernalia.  The misdemeanor count of possession, is a lesser fine-able offense.
A RSMo: 195.202 Possession Of Up To 35 Grams Marijuana { Misdemeanor }

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PENDING CASE IS SHOWN BELOW
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20th Judicial Circuit (Franklin, Gasconade & Osage Counties)

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10GA-CR00500 - ST V JOSEPH L BURKE
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Charge/Judgment
Description: Fraudulent Use Of Credit/Debit Device (Value of $500 or More) { Felony D RSMo: 570.130 }
Date: 12/01/2010 Code: 1903000





Arresting Agency: HERMANN PD




10GA-CR00501 - ST V JOSEPH L BURKE
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Charge/Judgment
Description: Fraudulent Use Of A Credit/Debit Device (Value Less Than $500) { Misdemeanor A RSMo: 570.130 }
Date: 12/01/2010 Code: 1904400





Arresting Agency: HERMANN PD
Next Charge/Judgment
Description: A RSMo: 195.202 Possession Of Up To 35 Grams Marijuana { Misdemeanor }
Date: 12/21/2010 Code: 3245700





Arresting Agency: HERMANN PD
Next Charge/Judgment
Description: Unlawful Use Of Drug Paraphernalia { Misdemeanor A RSMo: 195.233 }
Date: 12/21/2010 Code: 3250400





Arresting Agency: HERMANN PD


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 Displaying 1 thru 4 of 4 records for all dockets returned for case 10GA-CR00500.


12/22/2010 Docket Entry: Judge Assigned


Docket Entry: Complaint Filed
Filing Party: WESTON , MARY E


Docket Entry: Probable Cause Statement Filed
Filing Party: WESTON , MARY E


Docket Entry: Warrant Issued
Text: Document ID: 10-GAARW-100, for BURKE, JOSEPH L. , Bond Amount: 5,000.00, Bond Text: CASH OR SURETY



10GA-CR00501 - ST V JOSEPH L BURKE

 
12/22/2010 Docket Entry: Judge Assigned


Docket Entry: Information Filed
Filing Party: WESTON , MARY E


Docket Entry: Probable Cause Statement Filed
Filing Party: WESTON , MARY E


Docket Entry: Warrant Issued
Text: Document ID: 10-GAARW-101, for BURKE, JOSEPH L. , Bond Amount: 1,000.00, Bond Text: CASH OR SURETY
Displaying 1 thru 4 of 4 records for all dockets returned for case 10GA-CR00501.




10GA-CR00500 - ST V JOSEPH L BURKE
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BURKE , JOSEPH L , Defendant   
Year of Birth: 1985


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Two Chicago firefighters killed,19 injured fighting blaze VIDEO REPORT


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Authorities in Chicago say two men have died in an abandoned commercial building blaze that injured more than a dozen firefighters.
A spokesman in the Cook County medical examiner's office confirmed the deaths Wednesday but says he has no information on whether the men were firefighters. The spokesman says he didn't have their identities and he declined to give his name.
Firefighters were battling the blaze at the one-story building on the city's South Side when a wall collapsed.
Fire officials say 19 firefighters were injured, with 10 in serious condition and six in critical condition.
Wednesday is the 100th anniversary of the Union Stock Yards fire that killed 21 Chicago firefighters.
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111th Congress Makes Most Laws Since 1960s Wall Street firms Big Beneficiaries


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No Congress Since '60s Makes as Much Law Affecting Most Americans as 111th


However history judges the 535 men and women in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate the past two years, one thing is certain: The 111th Congress made more law affecting more Americans since the “Great Society” legislation of the 1960s.

For the first time since President Theodore Roosevelt began the quest for a national health-care system more than 100 years ago, the Democrat-led House and Senate took the biggest step toward achieving that goal by giving 32 million Americans access to insurance. Congress rewrote the rules for Wall Street in the most comprehensive way since the Great Depression. It spent more than $1.67 trillion to revive an economy on the verge of a depression, including tax cuts for most Americans, jobs for more than 3 million, construction of roads and bridges and investment in alternative energy; ended an almost two-decade ban against openly gay men and women serving in the military, and is poised today to ratify a nuclear arms reduction treaty with Russia.

For all of its ambitious achievement, the 111th Congress, which may adjourn this week, also witnessed a voter-backlash driven by a 9.6-percent unemployment rate that cost Democrats control of the House and diminished their Senate majority.

“This is probably the most productive session of Congress since at least the ‘60s,” said Alan Brinkley, a historian at New York’s Columbia University. “It’s all the more impressive given how polarized the Congress has been.”

As lawmakers wrap up the session, Wall Street firms such as Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup Inc. are positioned to complete their best two years in revenue, General Motors Co. has emerged from bankruptcy with more than $23 billion repaid to the U.S. Treasury, and American International Group Inc. was able to sell $2 billion of bonds in its first offering since the company’s 2008 bailout.
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