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Monday, 18 February 2008

Melvin Bridges, unlawful use of a weapon Terrence T. Miller arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a weapon

Terrence T. Miller, 33, of Centreville, was arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon when police allegedly found him in possession of a loaded 9 mm handgun early Sunday outside the Blue Top nightclub, 817 S. 46th St., Centreville.Centreville Police Officer Corey Allen said the club's security guards called police to the club at 2 a.m., when a shot was fired inside the building.Miller fled investigating officers and was arrested shortly afterward.
Allen said no one was hurt in the shooting and police are still investigating whether Miller fired the shot.If convicted, Miller faces between two and three years imprisonment In a separate incident, Centreville police arrested Melvin Bridges, 19, of East St. Louis for aggravated unlawful use of a weapon at 12:30 p.m. Friday in the 4700 block of Piggott Avenue in Centreville.Allen said police were investigating reports of a prowler in the area when Bridges fled police. Police arrested Bridges and allegedly found a loaded handgun in his possession.If convicted, Bridges faces between one and three years imprisonment.
Miller and Bridges were being held in jail Sunday the Centreville Police Department on $20,000 bail, and will be taken to the St. Clair County Jail today.
Allen said it was unusual for the department to have two gun-related arrests in a weekend and he was thankful no one was hurt during the police chases.
"The biggest thing for us lately has been investigating burglaries," Allen said



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