Tim Lohmar

Prosecuting Attorney in O'Fallon, MO

Tim Lohmar, the prosecuting attorney for St. Charles, Missouri, is an eminent attorney and former trial court judge with extensive experience handling high-profile cases that have shaped the St. Louis region in recent years. As the elected Prosecuting Attorney for St. Charles County, he has led various prosecuting teams in high-profile cases, such as the murder trial of alleged serial killer Pamela Hupp, which resulted in her conviction and life in prison and a life sentence for the killer of Angie Housman, a 34-year-old cold case that gripped the St. Louis metropolitan area for decades.

Mr. Lohmar explains, "I was surprised a long time ago at how assertive the media can be when investigating new information about ongoing criminal investigations." Then, through a great deal of experience, I realized that providing the public with as much information as possible without jeopardizing the case's integrity is crucial. I believe in openness and community education. People need to know that their neighborhoods are safe and that, as their elected Prosecutor, I'm doing my part to keep our community a desirable place for hundreds of thousands of people to live."

  • Education
    • University of Missouri