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Family asking for help in search of missing St. Louis musician last seen Friday

ST. LOUIS • A Metro East father is asking for help in the search for his missing son, a St. Louis-based musician and keyboardist who disappeared Friday. 

“We’re casting as wide a net as we can,” John Jatcko, of Highland, said. “I just want to talk to my son and know he’s OK.”

Nathan Jatcko, 31,  of St. Louis was last seen about 1:30 a.m. Friday at his apartment on Lawn Avenue near South Kingshighway, hours before a scheduled morning rehearsal for a performance at The Monocle in The Grove later that evening. 

Jatcko never made it to either the rehearsal or performance, and he didn’t find a substitute or call his fellow musicians to let them know he wouldn’t be there. His family filed a missing person’s report with St. Louis Police that evening. 

The sudden disappearance is uncharacteristic for the longtime musician well known in the St. Louis jazz community, John Jatcko said. 

“Nathan

Read more at: http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/family-asking-for-help-in-search-of-missing-st-louis/article_108cf5c1-4fde-5f67-b3fa-14ecd518887b.html

Family seeks help in search for St. Louis musician last seen Friday

ST. LOUIS • A Metro East father is asking for help in the search for his missing son, a St. Louis-based musician and keyboardist who disappeared Friday. 

“We’re casting as wide a net as we can,” John Jatcko, of Highland, said. “I just want to talk to my son and know he’s OK.”

Nathan Jatcko, 31,  of St. Louis was last seen about 1:30 a.m. Friday at his apartment on Lawn Avenue near South Kingshighway, hours before a scheduled morning rehearsal for a performance at The Monocle in The Grove later that evening. 

Jatcko never made it to either the rehearsal or performance, and he didn’t find a substitute or call his fellow musicians to let them know he wouldn’t be there. His family filed a missing person’s report with St. Louis Police that evening. 

The sudden disappearance is uncharacteristic for the longtime musician well known in the St. Louis jazz community, John Jatcko said. 

“Nathan

Read more at: http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/family-seeks-help-in-search-for-st-louis-musician-last/article_108cf5c1-4fde-5f67-b3fa-14ecd518887b.html

Family seeks help in search for St. Louis musician last seen Friday …

ST. LOUIS • A Metro East father is asking for help in the search for his missing son, a St. Louis-based musician and keyboardist who disappeared Friday. 

“We’re casting as wide a net as we can,” John Jatcko, of Highland, said. “I just want to talk to my son and know he’s OK.”

Nathan Jatcko, 31,  of St. Louis was last seen about 1:30 a.m. Friday at his apartment on Lawn Avenue near South Kingshighway, hours before a scheduled morning rehearsal for a performance at The Monocle in The Grove later that evening. 

Jatcko never made it to either the rehearsal or performance, and he didn’t find a substitute or call his fellow musicians to let them know he wouldn’t be there. His family filed a missing person’s report with St. Louis Police that evening. 

The sudden disappearance is uncharacteristic for the longtime musician well known in the St. Louis jazz community, John Jatcko said. 

“Nathan

Read more at: http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/family-seeks-help-in-search-for-st-louis-musician-last/article_108cf5c1-4fde-5f67-b3fa-14ecd518887b.html

Significant Digits For Friday, Jan. 12, 2018

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2 words

Number of words that most of earth has for “tea,” the other being “chai.” Talk to essentially any human and say those two words and they’ll catch your meaning. The universal nature of those two words is partially due to how they spread; land trade routes exported the word “chai” and sea trade exported the word “tea” and their derivatives. [Quartz]


2 percent

Percentage of Aflac associates nationwide who were able to produce $266,760 in annual sales that the company advertised would allow new fresh recruits to obtain commissions and stock bonuses. The company is the target of a class action lawsuit that alleges the insurer recruited employees with promises of steep incomes despite the rarity of that outcome, encouraging employees to sell to friends, while also massaging metrics and manipulating earning statements. [The

Read more at: https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/significant-digits-for-friday-jan-12-2018/

Law Enforcement Blotter: Friday, January 5 through Sunday, January 7

Theft, auger, Miltona.

Violation of court order, Alex.

Violation of court order, ex-girlfriend’s boyfriend is drinking at the bar on a release order, Alex.

Suspicious vehicle, white van has been cruising neighborhood for over an hour, unable to locate, Alex.

Check welfare of person, ex-husband is hallucinating and comp believes he is intoxicated and possibly on something else, Alex.

Harassment, person one is making rude comments about comp on Facebook, Brandon.

Public assist, comp would like to speak to a deputy about his daughter and her husband, Carlos.

Fire, in wood shed, Parkers Prairie.

Public assist, questions about old case, Alex.

Juvenile party, minors drinking, Alex.

Saturday, January 7

Harassment, concerned because a male drives past her house a couple times a day, Alex.

Public assist, propane is empty, Miltona.

911 hangup, male called 911 stating he called the wrong number and kept repeating “no” when asked questions, Garfield.

Fire, wood pile on fire, Alex.

Sunday,

Read more at: http://www.echopress.com/news/4384684-law-enforcement-blotter-friday-january-5-through-sunday-january-7

Two innocence claims filed Friday for Virginia man who was freed from prison after another man confessed

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ksdk.com | Gun stores burglarized early Friday

People who recently purchased gas in St. Peters will want to pay extra attention to their bank statements.

Skimmers were found inside two credit card readers on gas pumps at the Mobil in the 400 block of Mid Rivers Mall Drive.

Police say it’s possible the skimmers had been in place for a couple of days before they were discovered.

Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call the St. Peters Police Department Crime Solvers Hotline at (636) 278-1000.

Read more at: http://www.ksdk.com/article/news/crime/credit-card-skimmers-found-at-st-peters-gas-station/63-490837742

Police looking for missing St. Louis boy last seen Friday | Law and …

ST. LOUIS • Police are looking for a missing 10-year-old boy who was last seen Friday. 

Tyron Pembrook-Hagood may still be in the St. Louis metro area, along with a “female juvenile,” according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The organization put out a missing-person poster to help find him. 

Tyron is nearly 5 feet tall, with a light build, brown hair and brown eyes. He went missing two days after his birthday. 

Authorities ask anyone with information to call 911 or CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-8477.  

Police looking for missing St. Louis boy last seen Friday

ST. LOUIS • Police are looking for a missing 10-year-old boy who was last seen Friday. 

Tyron Pembrook-Hagood may still be in the St. Louis metro area, along with a “female juvenile,” according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The organization put out a missing-person poster to help find him. 

Tyron is nearly 5 feet tall, with a light build, brown hair and brown eyes. He went missing two days after his birthday. 

Authorities ask anyone with information to call 911 or CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-8477.