Killer still on the run following quadruple homicide in north St. Louis County

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated.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.

CLAYTON, MO – A killer is still on the run after police found four bodies inside of a home in Glasgow Village this past Thursday.

Police still don’t have any suspects in this quadruple homicide, but county police positively identified the third of the four victims.  Police say he is 18-year-old Deandre Kelley, Junior.  Earlier tonight Fox 2’s Gerron Jordan spoke with a local community activist who told Fox 2 he didn’t know junior very well.  He happened to have driven him to the hospital recently after he was shot in a completely separate drive by shooting.

Tonight, a small memorial along Balmoral Drive in Glasgow Village, continues to grow, four days after four people were found dead inside of this house early Thursday morning.

Police still don’t know who’s responsible for the gruesome crime, but on Monday they gave more details on the four victims:  56-year-old Patricia Steward, her 20-year-old son Joseph Corley have now been identified as victims, along with Corey’s friend, 18-year-old Deandre Kelley Jr.  Police said the fourth victim, 10-year-old Terrence Dehart, was Steward’s adopted son.

CrimeStoppers is offering a $15,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for this quadruple homicide.  Anyone with information should contact the St. Louis County Police or CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS.


About FOX 2 News

FOX 2 and KPLR 11 in St. Louis cover the news in Missouri and Illinois. There are over 68 hours of live news and local programming on-air each week. Our website and live video streams operate 24/7. Download our apps for alerts and follow us on social media for updates in your feed.

President Harry Truman said: “It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.” That spirit is alive and well at Fox 2. Our teamwork is on display each and every day.

Our news slogan is: “Coverage You Can Count On.” We quite frankly are too busy to worry about who gets the credit. Our main concern is serving the viewer.

We go where the stories take us. Whether it be Washington, D.C when a Belleville man opened fire during a congressional baseball game practice or to Puerto Rico where local Ameren crews restored power after more than 5 months in the dark.

Coverage You Can Count On means “Waking up your Day” with our top-rated morning show. From 4:00 am-10:00 am we are leading the way with breaking news. But our early morning crew also knows how to have some fun! Our strong commitment to the communities we serve is highlighted with our Friday neighborhood shows.

Our investigative unit consists of three reporters. Elliott Davis focuses on government waste, Chris Hayes is our investigative reporter, and Mike Colombo is our consumer reporter. They work in unison with the news department by sharing resources and ideas.

We continue to cover breaking news aggressively and relied on our seasoned journalists to make a difference with the stories we covered. The shooting of Arnold Police Officer Ryan O’Connor is just one example of that. Jasmine Huda was the only reporter who had exclusive access to the O’Connor family during his amazing rehabilitation in Colorado.

Last, but certainly not least, FOX 2 and KPLR 11 are committed to covering local politics. We host debates among candidates and have the most extensive presidential election coverage. Our commitment to politics isn’t just during an election year. We produce two political shows that air every weekend.


Latest News

More News