Alton Police chased a pair of suspects in at least two vehicle burglaries into Missouri on Friday.  The pair are thought to have hit cars parked at Club Fitness on Homer Adams Parkway and Fast Eddie's Bon Air at Broadway and 4th Street.  St. Louis County Police took over the pursuit once in Missouri, but lost sight of the vehicle.  The car was later found crashed and abandoned near the intersection of Cannan and Broadway in St. Louis.  The car was reported stolen out of O'Fallon, Illinois.  Lodged this morning in the Alton Jail are 22-year-old Cameron M. Hensley of the 3,500 block of Oscar for driving on a suspended license; 48-year-old Ronald M. Singleton of the 1,300 block of Central Avenue, 65-year-old-year-old Larry D. Arnold of the 2,100 block of Johnson, and 47-year-old Tracy E. Mundy of the 2,700 block of St. Ambrose in Godfrey - all for Intoxicated Pedestrian.

The Madison County Sheriff's Department has charged 42-year-old Kathryn J. Church of the 700 block of Woodland Drive in East Alton with Burglary, Theft over $500, and Retail Theft Under $300 (2nd Subsequent Offense); and 33-year-old Amanda E. Blair-Wallace of the 34,200 block of Scotch Lane in Brighton with possession of a Controlled Substance (Cocaine).

A Pontoon Beach man has been charged with three counts of forgery and one count of theft. 22-year-old Demetrius D. Moore is accused of trying to file multiple fraudulent deeds with the Madison County Recorder's Office in June.  

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