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.
Crime rates in the city have been declining, but cell phone thefts have been on the rise.
The suspects, Johnathan Perkins and Keith Esters, are now charged in the armed robbery and kidnapping of a woman at Brentwood Squre Shopping Center.
Ron Jacober talks with Derrick Goold from Cincinnati, breaks down the Rams loss with Kevin Demoff & talks with SLU AD Chris May about the tough week it was for the Billikens community.
Both 18-years-old have been charged in the murder of Megan Boken.
The two suspects are both 18-year-old black males but no other details about them are being released by police.
Early Monday, four students were robbed at gunpoint at Euclid and West Pine.
After 23-year-old Megan Boken is fatally shot in the Central West End this past weekend, Charlie asks, “Does STL need the National Guard to help curb its rampant crime?; Charlie also continues his discussion on Cong. Todd Akin, and talks with P.R. Expert Jon Sloane about the handling of Akin’s response to the fury.