Actually, Neil is more correct on this one, at least partly. Bill Anderson sent his band on the Danville, Montgomery County raid from Glasgow, as I recall my reading. Bill with a small bodyguard remained in Glasgow, and got into shennigans. His band did the work, and it was a feat of horsemanship. It's been a while since I studied that raid, but I distinctly recall reading that from what I considered at the time to be corroborating sources.
Back in Glasgow Bill got into lots of trouble, but I do not believe all that St. Louis newspaper article wrote about his activities there.
Like I said, I'm a bit rusty on the Danville raid business, and I'm up to July and August 1864 now. I am working my way toward October 1864.