Bud Weisser busted in St. Louis for allegedly robbing convenience store

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Bud Weisser (Credit: St. Louis County Police)

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ST. LOUIS — A teen with a unique name turned himself in after making a run from the law.

Police say Bud Weisser, 18, snuck into an Exxon gas station in St. Louis on Aug. 21. 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.

The St. Louis County Police says investigators found evidence that linked 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.

Weisser is being charged with second-degree burglary> He faces a maximum of seven  years in prison, one year in jail and a fine up to $5,000.

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