St. Louis Teen Bud Weisser Busted for Late Night Convenience Store Burglary
Bud Weisser (FOX 2)
18 year-old Bud Weisser was busted for breaking into a local Exxon gas station in August.
FOX 2 reported:
A teen with a unique name turned himself in after making a run from the law.
Police say Bud Weisser, 18, snuck into the Exxon gas station in the 900 block of Lemay Ferry road on August 21st 2014 at 4:30am. An officer on patrol saw a man climbing out of a shattered window in the convenience store. Police say they chased the suspect but he escaped.
A statement from St. Louis County Police states that investigators found evidence that linked Bud Weisser to the burglary. He turned himself in a few days later and submitted to a swab for DNA. The blood on the counter of the convenience store matched the DNA taken from Weisser.
Bud Weisser won’t say whether he took anything.