A St. Louis man who, allegedly, tried to persuade Linn Creek officials to make some traffic tickets just go away now finds himself in further trouble, this time, with the Camden County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. 39-year-old Curtis Lee Andell is charged with a class-E felony for bribery of a public servant. Courthouse records indicate that Andell contacted Linn Creek police twice after being released from the Camden County Jail on summons for speeding and driving suspended. Andell suggested that the tickets should go away in exchange for him not posting online cellphone video taken while he was in a holding cell. Andell was informed that Linn Creek has no control over jail policy and to do whatever he wanted with the video. He also claimed that he had hidden marijuana in the jail cell but that jail staff had no proof. Andell then contacted Linn Creek Mayor Jeff Davis the next day, again, saying he would get rid of the video and not make it available to several interested media outlets if his tickets disappeared. The information was relayed to the Camden County prosecutor resulting in the felony charge being filed.