Prime example of how Democratic policies hurt our communities and make change difficult,<br><br>”Just before midnight, one man was found shot to death on Cote Brilliant Avenue at Annie Malone Drive in North St. Louis. Another man was shot several times just before 10 Tuesday night near Fairground Park in North St. Louis. He later died.<br><br>Wednesday morning police were called back out to Congress Street, where a man was shot and killed just before 6 Tuesday evening. All three murders are unsolved.<br><br>Alderman Dan Guenther walked our news crews through the neighborhood and showed the building on Congress where the crime occurred. He says there has been drug activity in the building and part of the building has been condemned for 6-months. “The only thing we can do is board them up in the city. We have thousands of vacant properties and you would not think that a property in a neighborhood like this would have a board on it but when illegal activity is happening our solutions is but a board on the door,” said Guenther.<br><br>”We have been following this address for over a year now. It’s been a constant cat and mouse game. You shut a place down and they move out and then someone else moves in. The owners will shuffle the names and LLC come up with a new company that owns it. Goes through the condemn process again and that’s what happened here.”<br><br>Who created the policies that allow owners to play this cat and mouse game? The City. Democrats. Who allowed this to get to this point and allows this to continue? The City. Democrats. Who is boarding up buildings and not looking at long term solutions? The City. Democrats.

Prime example of how Democratic policies hurt our communities and make change difficult,

"Just before midnight, one man was found shot to death on Cote Brilliant Avenue at Annie Malone Drive in North St. Louis. Another man was shot several times just before 10 Tuesday night near Fairground Park in North St. Louis. He later died.

Wednesday morning police were called back out to Congress Street, where a man was shot and killed just before 6 Tuesday evening. All three murders are unsolved.

Alderman Dan Guenther walked our news crews through the neighborhood and showed the building on Congress where the crime occurred. He says there has been drug activity in the building and part of the building has been condemned for 6-months. "The only thing we can do is board them up in the city. We have thousands of vacant properties and you would not think that a property in a neighborhood like this would have a board on it but when illegal activity is happening our solutions is but a board on the door," said Guenther.

"We have been following this address for over a year now. It’s been a constant cat and mouse game. You shut a place down and they move out and then someone else moves in. The owners will shuffle the names and LLC come up with a new company that owns it. Goes through the condemn process again and that's what happened here."

Who created the policies that allow owners to play this cat and mouse game? The City. Democrats. Who allowed this to get to this point and allows this to continue? The City. Democrats. Who is boarding up buildings and not looking at long term solutions? The City. Democrats.

Alderman wants vacant building condemned to stop drug use and violent crime

ST. LOUIS - It was a violent night in the City of St. Louis despite National Night Out events that were held to focus on making communities safer. Three people were killed in a six-hour span in separate shootings. In south St. Louis, one alderman says enough is enough. The alderman of this ward says...
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