Follow up to post “Until the wheels fall off: St. Ann is proud of its rep for police chases, but there are costs.” https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/until-the-wheels-fall-off-st-ann-is-proud-of/article_73638ba9-3bee-50bc-93c6-230fd574e309.html<br><br>They can use low flying helicopters to work on power lines but not to follow suspects without putting the community at risk? And miss me about the costs… law enforcement gets over 50% of the region’s budget, plus state and federal grants to fight crime. There was no shortage of tanks during Ferguson.

Follow up to post "Until the wheels fall off: St. Ann is proud of its rep for police chases, but there are costs." https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/until-the-wheels-fall-off-st-ann-is-proud-of/article_73638ba9-3bee-50bc-93c6-230fd574e309.html

They can use low flying helicopters to work on power lines but not to follow suspects without putting the community at risk? And miss me about the costs... law enforcement gets over 50% of the region's budget, plus state and federal grants to fight crime. There was no shortage of tanks during Ferguson.

Crews in low-flying helicopters working on power lines catch the eyes of South County residents

Helicopters hovering in South St. Louis County are catching a lot of people's attention. It started in March and could continue into May.
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