Instead, she took off before deputies could respond, charges said. Jessica Loeffler was charged with stealing equipment from a St. Louis courtroom on Aug. 1, 2022. After searching around the courthouse, Sheriff’s Capt. Felicia Davis found Loeffler hiding in a trash can on the Chestnut Avenue side of the courts building, charges said. As Davis tried to detain Loeffler, Loeffler tried getting into a vehicle, where deputies found the stolen laptop. The stolen recording equipment was found in the trash can.
A St. Louis woman is accused of stealing a laptop and recording equipment from behind the bench of a judge in a courtroom in the city’s downtown on Monday. One count of felony theft of property valued at more than $750 was brought against 42-year-old Jessica Loeffler of the 3500 block of Nebraska Avenue on Tuesday. Charges state that on Monday, Circuit Judge Timothy Boyer saw Loeffler sitting behind his bench in Division 8 of the Civil Courts building and directed him to remain there while he called for deputies.
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ind Boyer’s bench and taking a bag, charges said. Boyer identified Loeffler as the woman he found in his courtroom. St. Louis Circuit Judge Calea Stovall-Reid denied bail for Loeffler. Charge Jessica Loeffler Timothy Boyer Law Criminal Law Crime. In-game prizes can be earned for no cost by players in the metaverse. The basketball court, which can be seen above thanks to a collaboration between Xbox and the New York Liberty, will be used at the Barclays Center on August 2 and August 3 when the WNBA team hosts the Los Angeles Sparks. In addition to building a basketball court in the real world, the Dunking Simulator game on Roblox has also created a metaverse counterpart of the court.