Dean Michael Wolff is convening a meeting Wednesday of some 60 public policy officials to talk about Mayor Francis Slay’s proposal for an armed offenders docket.
State-appointed police board adjourns, turning over management to city.
“Anytime I think anything is criminal or inappropriate, it is my duty and my responsibility to stand up and say so,” Dotson says.
Spokeswoman Meghan Spork said Polli will reach speeds of 140 mph as he does stunts such as flips during the three-minute flight over downtown.
Just several hours after Monday’s shooting, Police Chief Dotson tweeted that no one has been willing to come forward to give police information. He went on to say “We must do better.”
The Motor City’s meltdown has Slay’s attention but he says he’s not taking a look at any changes to fiscal policy based on what happened in Detroit.
A spokesperson for St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says he’s not sending mixed signals about preserving the city’s historic past.
Missouri’s current prison population is 31,400 inmates, just about 100 inmates less than operating capacity. Corrections Director George Lombardi says they are ready to handle what courts send them.
“If the folks in St. Louis feel that a gun docket would help them lowering crime and improving the life of residents then that’s something that is their prerogative.”
One big topic will be how to take advantage of the planned widening of the Panama Canal.