A St. Louis man convicted in the shooting of a business college administrator is sentenced to 60 years in prison.
A jury finds former student Sean Johnson guilty in the January 2013 shooting that left his financial aid adviser wounded at Stevens Institute of Business and Arts downtown.
Sean Johnson testified at his trial Tuesday, ignoring the advice of his attorney and telling the jury that he did it.
City police say the average number of people arrested on state warrants, including felony and misdemeanor, is about 17 per day.
Police Chief Sam Dotson says the city’s police department has been talking to colleges and K-12 schools about beefing up security.
Police chief Sam Dotson says the Kel-Tec 9 semi-automatic pistol had originally been legally purchased by a St. John resident.
Far more troubling than one man’s mental instability are the words of St. Louis City Health Director Pam Walker.
The man suspected of shooting an administrator and himself at Stevens Institute for Business and Arts Tuesday has been charged.
Court documents allege that Johnson attempted to slash a cab driver’s throat with a box cutter as the driver drove down Interstate 70.