Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Christopher Zomphier of Florissant was driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, according to a blood analysis.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, February 20
A man who fled from Frontenac officers during a traffic stop and crashed into a guardrail was driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, police said Christopher Zomphier, 34, of the 500 block of Pelican Lane in Florissant, was charged Jan. 29 with resisting arrest and driving while intoxicated, combined alcohol and drug intoxication. Frontenac Police said officers saw Zomphier driving on Interstate 64 near Ballas Road at about 1:58 a.m. May 26, and he kept drifting and failed to maintain a single lane. An officer pulled him over, but as he was walking towards his car, Zomphier sped away, according to a report. The officer said Zomphier went onto I-270 north at a high rate of speed, and turned onto Ladue Road. He ran off the roadway …
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
This new Patch feature will highlight social events in Ladue, Frontenac and nearby.
Editor's Note: Welcome to the first installment of the "Social Whirl." We plan to keep you posted about events on the social scene and feature photographs and information from selected events. We will include events that are coming up soon as well as those that are scheduled for later in the year. Metro St. Louis loves to socialize. It's even better to have fun when the cause is worth supporting. In fact, St. Louis regularly ranks among the top U.S. cities for charitable giving. Each week Patch will highlight social and charity events to help you decide which one or ones you will attend and/or support. The Charity Event: Mardi Gras Masquerade. Save the date: February 18, 2012 at 7 p.m. The Beneficiary: Charity care at Mercy Hospital St. …
Friday, December 23, 2011
Inventor of toasted ravioli still drives his own car daily.
- HOLIDAY GUIDE
Friday, December 23, 2011
Mercy Hospital St. Louis co-workers from several departments and offices surprised patient Louis Oldani, Sr., with a 100th birthday celebration on Dec. 19, one day after his actual birthday. Louie, as he insists on being called, comes in regularly for care and is well-known by many at Mercy. The party, complete with cake, ice cream, balloons and presents, was hosted by his many friends in Mercy Wound and Ostomy Care and was attended by co-workers from several other departments including respiratory therapy and property management, as well as representatives from the office of Louie’s long-time Mercy physician, Charles Rehm, MD. “I’ve been going to him since he was three days out of medical school,” Louie quipped. Louie was accompanied by…