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Man facing charges for alleged crime spree in South County subdivision

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Chris Jameson, 39, is charged with three counts of burglary, one count of robbery, one count of stealing a motor vehicle, and one count of stealing a motor vehicle. He was allegedly behind a crime spree in a South County subdivision Chris Jameson, 39, is charged with three counts of burglary, one count of robbery, one count of stealing a motor vehicle, and one count of stealing a motor vehicle. He was allegedly behind a crime spree in a South County subdivision
SOUTH ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -

A man is facing charges for allegedly carrying out a crime spree in a south St. Louis County subdivision.

Chris Jameson, 39, is charged with three counts of burglary, one count of robbery, one count of stealing a motor vehicle, and one count of stealing a motor vehicle.

Authorities allege Jameson stole a pick-up truck from a driver who was checking his trailer before Jameson crashed into a house in a subdivision near south Lindbergh. Police said he then went after and robbed the home’s owner, Randy Holmes.

Police said Jameson then targeted a woman who lives next door.

“The window crashing and being confronted like that and having somebody threaten to you shoot you, the adrenaline was running,” said Holmes. “While I was on the line with the dispatcher, I hear screams from outside, it was a woman screaming.”

The neighbor, Shirley Heaton, said Jameson tore out the window of a backdoor to her home.

“I ran out the door and I yelled and screamed for help. Finally a neighbor let me in,” said Heaton.

Jameson’s blood is still visible on her back porch. He was then caught while trying to escape out a window

“He was stuck in part of the window because he just got the whole window out,” Heaton said.

Police said nobody was injured. The money taken by Jameson was returned.

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