A woman who claimed she was she was beaten by three black teens because she was Bosnian now admits she made it all up.
In just the past month, two other Bosnians have been attacked.
Police have arrested a fourth suspect in the hammer attack and death of Zemir Begic in the Bevo neighborhood.
St. Louis County police were called to a home in the 3800 block of Melba Place early Tuesday for a report of a disturbance made by a woman who said her two sons were arguing before she fled the home in fear.
The autopsy in the Bevo neighborhood hammer attack shows 32-year old Zemir Begic suffered “multiple blows” to the head.
St. Louis Police report no arrests yet in Friday morning’s alleged hate crime attack of a Bosnian woman in the Bevo neighborhood.
The St. Louis city prosecutor says police are close to apprehending the fourth suspect in the weekend hammer attack in the Bevo neighborhood.
Aldermanic President Lewis Reed has asked the city’s budget director to find spendable money in the existing budget.
Hundreds in the Bosnian community in South St. Louis gathered and marched Monday night, in part to remember Begic, as well as to condemn violence in the community.
St. Louis Bosnians are angry after the brutal hammer attack. Just under 100 gathered in the middle of Gravois on late Sunday night, some with signs that read “no justice.”