Police said they found the man and the truck stopped at a gas station in Foristell with the pickup's engine running.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Police said man stole a 1999 Ford F-350 from a Wentzville business and was caught with the truck in Foristell. David Dunker, 54, of the 21100 block of South Stracks Road in Wright City, was charged Thursday with tampering with a vehicle and driving while intoxicated. Wentzville Police said Dunker took the vehicle owned by Joerling Brothers Trucking from private property in the 2500 block of West Pearce Blvd., at about 9:45 a.m. Wednesday without the owner’s permission. Foristell Police spotted the vehicle parked with the engine running on the Mr. Fuel parking lot near Hwy. W and Interstate 70. Foristell Police reported that when Dunker was arrested, he had a moderate smell of alcohol, could not keep his balance and needed assistance with …
Get to know the latest car that will be created in Wentzville with the recent General Motors’ plant expansion.
Last Monday, posters of GM’s new 2013 Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck were spread around the site of the groundbreaking ceremony of the Wentzville GM plant’s expansion. The $380 million expansion will create over 1600 jobs, out of which 1,260 will be dedicated to the construction of the next-generation Colorado. But what’s that truck like? (Read previous story: GM's Wentzville Expansion to Create Over 1600 Jobs) Born in Thailand The Colorado pickup truck was first released in 2004, replacing the smaller S-10 truck, according to edmunds.com, an online car dealership. The truck was designed in a partnership between GM's North American operations, GM's Brazil operations and Isuzu, a Japanese vehicle-manufacturing company. The new-generation …