Police arrest suspect in murder investigation

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A man suspected of murdering a 29-year-old St. Louis city resident is in jail.

St. Louis Police arrested Terrell Brown, 17, of the 2300 block of Mockingbird for the murder of Ryan Faulstich.

Authorities believe Brown shot Faulstich to death on December 6.  An acquaintance of Faulstich’s found his body lying at the entrance of his home in the 3700 block of W. Upton. He had been shot in the head and abdomen.

Brown is charged with Second Degree Murder and Armed Criminal Action.  He is being held without bond.


  • rherboth57@gmail.com

    What a shame, 17 years old. He should be working part time, preparing for High School Graduation at this age. Instead, prison, for a long time. These same stories go on and on. With all these young kids going to prison with all the long sentences, what is this going to do to our already flooded prison system. Another problem for our prison’s is that these young kids have much more violent tendencies than the older prison population. I guess he will get educated in there, the hard way. .

    • rherboth57@gmail.com

      David, sorry about your friend, by the way, this idiot is not my cousin or anything else to me. His life is pretty much over, and he will rot in Hell.

  • blame

    He knew what he was doing and who was in the car he couldn’t of been that stupid to hear gun shots and not kno what went down and getting paid and rid of the gun talk about suspicious.

  • t

    Where is Bye bye at with his blame the tea party garbage.
    There is an epidemic of violence in this community and no one cares

  • Angela Sheldon

    I don’t care if this guy is 17. He knew what he was doing and probably had it all planned out. This guy is a piece of shit and should get life in prison. What if they gave him the death penalty? I’d like to see how he would react to that because he sure doesn’t care about taking my friends life. Ryan was a wonderful person regardless of his addiction. He went to work everyday, had a paid off house, a heart of gold and was so young he could have eventually turned his life around. Now there is no going back because this monster took his life!! I hope he rots in hell.

Comments are closed.