Critchlow Update

25 Sep

Here’s what’s up in Critchlow land:

-You may recall that in mid-July, JeffCo prosecutor Forrest Wegge punted the Dianne Critchlow case to the US Attorney for possible federal charges after a 6-week investigation. That was 10 weeks ago – still no word from the feds.

-The Critchlow home in Arnold is still for sale – the price has plummeted 5.6% since being listed in June to $462,000. Maybe the Fox district could buy the house, and the four families on Chemin de la Vallee and Glenn Drive in Barnhart that are embroiled in a Dunklin-Fox boundary dispute could all take up residence. Or maybe Dunklin should buy it, since they’ve been getting the tax dollars from these families all these years without having to educate their kids.

-Jamie Critchlow has a trial date on October 28 for his challenge to the Dept. of Revenue’s revocation of his drivers license for failure to consent to a breathalyzer test. This relates to his May 30 arrest for DWI and leaving the scene of an accident, which is separately winding its way through the JeffCo court system. The judge for the DOR trial is Travis Partney, who is running for a full term to finish the term as judge on the November ballot. He was appointed to the position by Governor Nixon back in March. Before that, he worked for the JeffCo prosecutor’s office.


3 Responses to “Critchlow Update”

  1. Ed Roberts September 25, 2016 at 7:17 pm #

    Thanks for the update! They should both be in jail!

    Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2016 23:42:21 +0000 To:


  2. Rhonda Mabley September 25, 2016 at 8:04 pm #

    Seems to me if we can pay for Crutchleys kids to go to Lindbergh we can afford to keep these kids here in the district.

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  3. Pope Alex September 26, 2016 at 4:32 pm #

    Those people new they had enrolled their kids at Fox illegally from the beginning. They claim there was an agreement which they can’t produce. You go to school where you sleep at night, that’s the rule. You pay taxes where you live, that’s the rule. Can’t make exceptions for one unless you do it for all. If we don’t have rules and live by them, then what do we have?


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