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Deputies arrest St. Louis County fugitive and a St. Charles County female for stealing / property damage to a patrol vehicle after Kingdom City disturbance

Date:  August 5, 2018

DEPUTIES ARREST WANTED ST. LOUIS COUNTY FUGITIVE IN KINGDOM CITY — SECOND PERSON ARRESTED FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE TO PATROL VEHICLE AND STEALING

Arrested person information:

Quairry Black, 39, of University City, MO (St. Louis metro area)

Erin O’Neil, 28, of St. Charles, MO

Narrative:

On August 4, 2018 at 12:39 p.m., Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a disturbance in progress at a Kingdom City business.  Upon the arrival of deputies, the subjects had dispersed and were located and contacted by deputies at various locations in Kingdom City.

During the course of the investigation, deputies encountered Quairry Black, 39, of University City (St. Louis metro area).  Deputies determined Black to be a wanted fugitive in St. Louis County for felony drug charges.  The nationwide warrant for Black’s arrest ordered he be held without bond.

Black was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail where he is being held pending extradition to St. Louis County.

During the investigation, it was also determined that Erin O’Neil, 28, of St. Charles had also stolen merchandise from a Kingdom City business.  Upon deputies arresting O’Neil, she subsequently damaged a Sheriff’s Office patrol vehicle by kicking it.  O’Neil was transported to the Callaway County Jail where she was booked/processed for Stealing and Property Damage.

Other participants in the disturbance were released without charges.

** Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies continue their patrols of the county in an effort to curb criminal activity.  Citizens are reminded they may provide crime tips anonymously by calling Crimestopper’s at 573-592-2474 or by submitting information online at callawaysheriff.org/crime-stoppers.  **

NO FURTHER INFORMATION WILL BE RELEASED AT THIS TIME.

End of press release.

** All suspects are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law **