Motorcyclist jailed for St. Louis County shooting

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — A man is in police custody Sunday after he committed a killing spree on a motorcycle in western St. Louis County.

The shooting began around 6:15 p.m. in Ellisville, where the suspect fired from a window at Silky’s Frozen Custard on Manchester Road.

The gunman sped west toward Manchester and opened fire on another vehicle. Nobody in the vehicle was injured.

The man reportedly shot another vehicle near Ellisville Towne Center Drive before shooting another vehicle in Wildwood.

Shortly after 6:40 p.m., St. Louis County police contacted the Missouri State Highway Patrol to report the various shootings. Police described the suspect as a man with long hair and no helmet who was driving a black Harley Davidson with high handlebars.

At approximately 6:47 p.m., a state trooper saw the suspect walking West Osage in Franklin County and noted that he was armed with a handgun. The officer followed the motorcyclist who was exiting onto Interstate 44 eastbound.

The motorcyclist left the roadway near Allenton Road and fled into a wooded area. The police arrested the suspect a short time later.

The suspect has not been identified and formal charges are pending. Motorcyclist jailed for St. Louis County shooting

Nate Jones

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