Mayor Francis Slay and Police Chief Sam Dotson join us in studio to discuss the Gun Court Docket and House Bill 436.
“It’s extremely serious,” Doston told KMOX. “This is not what we expect, this is not the type of environment that we have.”
The renovations to the Olive building should be finished by mid-April, according to the police chief, and the moving vans will be busy next summer.
Authorities say Michael Evans of Harrisburg, Ill. was in St. Louis for the 2013 Ride of the Century event.
State-appointed police board adjourns, turning over management to city.
Police chief says investigators aren’t getting much cooperation from victims and witnesses.
“Anytime I think anything is criminal or inappropriate, it is my duty and my responsibility to stand up and say so,” Dotson says.
After more than a century-and-a-half of state control, St. Louis will regain oversight of its own police department starting Sept. 1.
St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley says he doesn’t know how he feels about the plan to lobby the FBI to let the City and County report crime stats as one.
You probably have heard it before: St. Louis unfairly tops all those most dangerous city lists, because other cities get to combine their crime stats with their suburban counties and St. Louis doesn’t.