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    Kirkwood Deputy Mayor Arrested
    created: 11/2/2005 5:21:09 PM
    updated: 11/2/2005 5:51:16 PM

    Tom Noonan, the Deputy Mayor with the City of Kirkwood, has been arrested. Noonan is in jail, charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance and one count of fraudulently attempting to obtain a controlled substance.

    Bond was set at $10,000.

    St. Louis County police say a second person who was involved was also arrested. 42-year-old Deborah Lloyd of Imperial is facing charges of possessing a controlled substance and distributing a controlled substance.
    [/b][/quote]

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    Bond was set at $10,000[/b][/quote]

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    • #3
      QUOTE(*007* @ Nov 2 2005, 07:15 PM) Quoted post

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      Kirkwood Deputy Mayor Arrested
      created: 11/2/2005 5:21:09 PM
      updated: 11/2/2005 5:51:16 PM

      Tom Noonan, the Deputy Mayor with the City of Kirkwood, has been arrested. Noonan is in jail, charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance and one count of fraudulently attempting to obtain a controlled substance.

      Bond was set at $10,000.

      St. Louis County police say a second person who was involved was also arrested. 42-year-old Deborah Lloyd of Imperial is facing charges of possessing a controlled substance and distributing a controlled substance.
      [/b][/quote]
      [/b][/quote]


      What was this "controlled substance"? He probably has glaucoma or something...
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      • #4
        Kirkwood's going to shit.

        Moon

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        • #5
          Wonder if he'll run into Jen the Drunk Entertainment Reporter?

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          • #6
            I thought Bond would be worth a bit more.
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            • #7
              everyone needs a fix of some sort.

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              • #8
                I'm gonna guess it's the vic's.


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                • #9
                  QUOTE(Moon Man @ Nov 2 2005, 07:03 PM) Quoted post

                  Kirkwood's going to shit.

                  Moon
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                  Rush Limbaugh is looking for a "summer home." [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif[/img]

                  Oh yeah, he (Noonan) hired Leonard little's Atty., Scott Rosembloom.

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                  • #10
                    I hope they throw him in the clink with a pedophile. IIRC, he was the Mayor crying to all the media stations warning parents to do research and not run the risk of taking your kids to a former pedophile's home. Not that I wish to really stick up for any pedophile but I saw some really classless shit the other night on KMOV because of whatever local Mayor went crying to the news stations.

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                    • #11
                      Kirkwood's deputy mayor faces felony charges
                      By Heather Ratcliffe
                      ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
                      Wednesday, Nov. 02 2005

                      The deputy mayor of Kirkwood, who once lobbied for tougher drug laws, was
                      charged Wednesday with two felonies after detectives arrested him during a drug
                      sting in south St. Louis County.

                      Thomas J. Noonan, 50, a Kirkwood City Council member since 1998, was charged
                      with possession and attempted possession of a controlled substance.

                      The investigation began when St. Louis County police learned that a woman from
                      Imperial was seeking to buy the often-abused painkiller oxycodone. Undercover
                      detectives scheduled a meeting with her in the parking lot at South County mall.

                      Police said the woman, Deborah Lloyd, 42, and Noonan arrived at the lot about
                      4:45 p.m. Tuesday. Noonan gave Lloyd $2,400 in cash, they said; she kept $800
                      and delivered the rest to an undercover detective waiting nearby.

                      The woman told the detective that she was buying the drugs for an attorney,
                      said county police Capt. Thomas Jackson, commander of department's drug bureau.

                      Officers arrested the woman after the undercover detective gave her 80 placebo
                      tablets.

                      Lloyd agreed follow through on her plan to deliver the pills to Noonan, who was
                      waiting in his car, police said.

                      Authorities found 400 milligrams of oxycodone in Noonan's possession, according
                      to the criminal complaint.

                      Noonan, of the 300 block of West Madison Avenue, was released on a $10,000
                      bond. Lloyd, of the 1000 block of Nicole Court, was charged with attempting to
                      deliver a control substance and possession of a controlled substance. Her bail
                      was set at $15,000.

                      Noonan, a lawyer who practices in downtown St. Louis, was chairman of the
                      Kirkwood Zoning and Planning Committee from 1996 to 1998, and then was elected
                      to the City Council. He has been deputy mayor since 2004. Moira Byrd, the
                      Republican candidate in an election next Tuesday to fill the vacant seat in the
                      94th state House District, listed Noonan as her campaign treasurer in her
                      finance report filed Monday.

                      In 2001, Noonan asked fellow council members to crack down on drug violations.

                      "Most people in Kirkwood would think there are no crack houses or houses of
                      prostitution in Kirkwood, but there are," Noonan was quoted as saying at the
                      time. "This tougher ordinance would allow more control."
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                      • #12
                        QUOTE(cardinalgirl @ Nov 3 2005, 07:37 AM) Quoted post

                        "Most people in Kirkwood would think there are no crack houses or houses of
                        prostitution in Kirkwood, but there are," Noonan was quoted as saying at the
                        time. "This tougher ordinance would allow more control."
                        [/b][/quote]

                        Directions please.

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                        • #13
                          Gonzo's definitely one of those types who would use his body for drugs.
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                            QUOTE(lasvegasreb @ Nov 3 2005, 09:07 AM) Quoted post

                            Gonzo's definitely one of those types who would use his body for drugs.
                            [/b][/quote]

                            and?

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                              QUOTE(Dr.Gonzo @ Nov 3 2005, 10:08 AM) Quoted post

                              QUOTE(lasvegasreb @ Nov 3 2005, 09:07 AM) Quoted post

                              Gonzo's definitely one of those types who would use his body for drugs.
                              [/b][/quote]

                              and?
                              [/b][/quote]

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                              Man being retried in 2003 slaying of model

                              By GLENN PUIT
                              REVIEW-JOURNAL

                              Simone Hirst was a beautiful model, yet she wasn't above her addictions.

                              In April 2003, an intoxicated Hirst traveled to one of Las Vegas' troubled neighborhoods to use crack cocaine.

                              There she ended up having sex with men for drugs, and was eventually killed in the cold, run-down courtyard of a decrepit apartment complex at 11th Street and Stewart Avenue.

                              "There is no question Simone Hirst made some bad decisions," Clark County prosecutor Robert Daskas told a jury Wednesday during the retrial of the man accused of killing Hirst, Shod Walker.

                              "She drank too much," Daskas said. "She ingested drugs, and she found herself alone.But she didn't deserve to die."

                              Daskas made his remarks during the murder retrial of Walker. Walker's first trial in February ended in a mistrial when a juror attempted to recreate Hirst's bludgeoning death by trying to crack a coconut with a rock in the desert.

                              Jurors are prevented from conducting investigations or experiments outside of court.

                              During the kickoff of Walker's second trial Wednesday in the courtroom of District Judge John McGroarty, Daskas said Hirst came to Las Vegas to celebrate her 39th birthday with her boyfriend, William Rothstein.

                              Rothstein testified Wednes-day that his girlfriend of 12 years was very drunk on the night of her slaying.

                              She had been denied any more alcohol at the Olympic Garden topless club, and on the way back to their room at the Bellagio, Hirst struck Rothstein and broke his glasses. She also tackled him at the Bellagio before getting in a cab and heading for downtown Las Vegas.

                              "I was exhausted, she wanted to celebrate," Rothstein said.

                              Daskas said a witness, David Smith, saw Walker with Hirst at 11th and Stewart shortly before the slaying.

                              "She looked like someone who didn't belong downtown," Daskas said. "She stuck out like a sore thumb."

                              Smith, a heroin addict who is missing a leg, told authorities he watched Walker walk with Hirst into the courtyard where she was later found dead.

                              When Walker came back and talked to Smith, he supposedly said: "Look, you didn't see me with that chick. The cops are going to be all over here pretty soon."

                              Daskas said Walker's DNA was found inside Hirst, and Walker also changed his clothes shortly after the slaying.

                              In interviews with police, Daskas said Walker gave four different accounts of the night in question, at first saying he only saw Hirst. In his fourth version of the events, he acknowledged he'd had sex with her and she fell out of a window of a laundry room and hit her head, Daskas said.

                              Daskas said Walker's account is simply impossible. He said a medical examiner will testify that Hirst's head injuries were more consistent with a high-speed motorcycle accident than a fall from a window three feet off the ground.

                              Defense attorney Greg Denue, however, said Walker is innocent. He said Smith is simply not a credible witness and can't be found by authorities. Instead, jurors will have to rely on a videotaped deposition of Smith taken before Walker's first trial.

                              Smith, Denue said, was also asked to describe Hirst, a Caucasian, and responded, "I think she's white."

                              "If he had looked at Whoopi Goldberg and said 'I think she's black,' you'd think he's crazy," Denue said.

                              Denue said the medical examiner is wrong, and that Hirst could have died from the fall from the window in the courtyard.

                              Denue also said it's possible someone else in downtown Las Vegas could have killed her.

                              "Dr. Gonzo put himself in a criminal war zone, walking around naked having sex for drugs," Denue said.[/b][/quote]
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