The father of a former Saint Louis University volleyball player killed for her cellphone says he is grateful that major makers have agreed to put so-called kill switches in new smartphones next year to deter thefts and robberies.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, April 4th – First Media Interview by STL Circuit Att’y Jennifer Joyce and Prosecutor Steve Capizzi on State’s Case Agst. Cornell McKay; Lou Ferrigno
Charlie with STL Circuit Att’y Jennifer Joyce and Prosecuting Att’y Steve Capizzi first comments to the media on the State’s case against Cornell McKay; and with “The Incredible Hulk” Actor Lou Ferrigno in STL for Wizard World STL Comic Con.
Assistant Circuit Attorney Steve Capizzi says he’s convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that Cornell McKay robbed a woman at gunpoint in the Central West End.
A judge ruled that there will be no delay in the sentencing of Cornell Mckay, convicted of stealing a cell phone at gun point.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, March 5th – #1 Bestselling Author David Baldacci; Pastor Chris Douglas on Cornell McKay Case; STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and WSJ’s Josh Mitchell on Student Loans Not Being Used for Tuition
Charlie with Bestselling author David Baldacci; Charlie and Debbie with Pastor Chris Douglas on Megan Boken Killer Keith Esters “jailhouse” interview with the STL Post-Dispatch saying he may or may not have been involved in the Aug. 10th cell phone robbery, for which Cornell McKay is currently serving time; STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and Josh Mitchell on student loans not being used for tuition.
Charlie Brennan – Monday, March 3rd – Great Grandson of Sir Winston Churchill, Randolph Churchill, and Historian Paul Reid; Pastor Chris Douglas on Cornell McKay; and Market Analyst Larry Swedroe
Charlie talks with Great-Grandson of Sir Winston Churchill, Randolph Churchill, and Churchill Historian Paul Reid; Charlie and Debbie discuss the Cornell McKay case with his pastor, Chris Douglas of First Baptist Church of Village Ridge; and Market Analyst Larry Swedroe on the state of the markets.
That’s what the attorney for the man convicted of killing the St. Louis University student two years ago is claiming.
Prosecutors say Keith Ester walked up to Boken as she was sitting in her car, talking to her mother on a cell phone, and demanded her phone at gunpoint.
The teenager accused of shooting and killing a former St. Louis University volleyball player, during an attempted broad-daylight robbery of her cell phone is expected to enter a guilty plea today.
City of St. Louis looks to crack down on violent crimes associated with taking phones for re-sale purposes.