ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV) – A 17-year-old already dealing with quite a few prices in St. Louis County was charged as an grownup Friday in reference to a smash-and-grab sort theft at a Florissant hashish dispensary.
St. Louis County prosecutors on Friday charged Donnell Heslip-Hill, of St. Louis, with second-degree housebreaking, stealing $25,000 or extra and first-degree property harm within the Aug. 15, 2022 theft of Cookies Dispensary. Court docket information present he at the moment is awaiting trial in St. Louis Metropolis Juvenile Detention on a number of different prices.
These prices embrace the assault of two juvenile detention officers in July, the place Heslip-Hill and two others are accused of throwing urine on the victims; capturing at a sufferer in February, who allegedly noticed him making an attempt to interrupt in a car; and theft at two companies in January within the Central West Finish.
In line with charging paperwork within the dispensary theft, Heslip-Hill and different unnamed people rammed a Ford truck via the entrance window and wall of the dispensary. They then allegedly entered the enterprise and stole greater than $25,000 value of hashish merchandise.
St. Louis County Police mentioned in charging paperwork they have been in a position to pull a fingerprint matching Heslip-Hill from a hashish product later situated within the truck. He was additionally recognized on surveillance video of the incident.
In July, Heslip-Hill, Andre King and Devin Griffin-Curry, all 17 years previous, have been charged with two counts of fourth-degree assault after allegedly preventing with two juvenile detention officers.
In that case, the three teenagers have been in a hallway within the facility when Heslip-Hill allegedly threw a cup of urine at one of many officers. As the officers struggled with Heslip-Hill, Griffin-Curry threw a punch at one of many officers and missed. King then allegedly threw a cup of urine on the officer, in response to charging paperwork.
Video surveillance allegedly exhibits Heslip-Hill and King urinating in a milk container previous to the incident,
Heslip-Hill can also be charged with first-degree assault, first-degree property harm and illegal use of a weapon in an incident in February the place he’s accused of capturing a person throughout a car break-in.
Charging paperwork in that case present on Feb. 22 within the 5300 block of Maple Avenue the sufferer noticed Heslip-Hill breaking right into a neighbor’s car. The sufferer confronted him and Heslip-Hill allegedly left, however then returned with a firearm and began capturing.
Police mentioned Heslip-Hill shot on the sufferer an estimated 15 occasions, earlier than the sufferer retuned fireplace and struck Heslip-Hill, who went to a close-by hospital for remedy. On the hospital, Heslip-Hill mentioned he was caught within the crossfire between two males in an argument, in response to charging paperwork.
Prosecutors have additionally charged Heslip-Hill in break-ins on Jan. 5 of two companies within the 500 block of Euclid Avenue. In that case, surveillance footage exhibits a gaggle of individuals breaking home windows and coming into the enterprise.
Heslip-Hill was noticed throwing a rock via the home windows of each companies, in response to charging paperwork. The footage additionally exhibits him with a firearm and taking what police imagine was a bottle of liquor, earlier than coming into a car police mentioned was reported stolen.
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