A federal jury convicted 69-year-old Nancy Cicero of Kirkwood Wednesday on four counts of filing false claims with the IRS.
Wasson’s resignation followed criticism about the college’s handling of an attack on a female student on campus in part because there were no campus alerts about the attack.
No weapons were found, but a verbal threat to shoot two fellow students has a Kirkwood juvenile in a lot of trouble.
Police say 18-year-old Blythe Grupe of Chesterfield was attacked last week in the bathroom at the school’s Kirkwood campus.
Principal Mike Havener says individual rights have to be weighed against the safety of all but in a school setting, safety weighs more heavily.
“It is the time to make the smart business decision, the right human decision, and bring the tax dollars we send to Washington back here to work in Missouri”
The warning system is intended for outdoor notification only and the sirens are not designed to alert people inside of buildings.
Residents were concerned about troubled youth moving into the area, but Executive Director Brian Hipp says these are good kids.
Three-to-four infected animals put down per day, as opposed to usual 3-4 a month.
The raid occurred at 5567 Dial Drive and was conducted by the Madison County Task Force.
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