According to the Associated Press, police said in a statement Tuesday that while the circumstances are not yet known, the video is disturbing. Police say they have not yet identified the officer, but he will be placed on administrative duty once identified, until the investigation is complete.
Every day, train cars and semi trucks leave St. Louis stacked high with pallets of bricks.Â They head south to cities like New Orleans, to be reused in new construction.Â
But those bricks leave at a cost to the cityâ€”theyâ€™re often stolen from buildings the city owns, damaging both the governmentâ€™s investment and cityâ€™s historic heritage.Â Mandi Rice takes us to one of those neighborhoods, and asks what the city government is doing to curb the problem.
UPDATED 4:10 Dec. 15, 2010 with comments from Richard Callahan and sentencing:
In court on Wednesday, prosecutors revealed that Shade stopped cooperating last January. They found out about it as they were preparing to take Gregory P. Shepard, the manager at St. Louis Metropolitan Towing, to trial. It was Shade's testimony that helped indict and convict Shepard.
St. Louis is back on top, but it's not a list city residents are proud to headline. Â For the first time since 2004, St. Louis again tops CQ Press' crime ranking list, earning our fair city the unwanted title of "Most Dangerous." Â CQ Press uses publicly available FBI crime data to make its list, but how crime data gets reported and collected across the nation, is a complicated issue. Â We tried to break it down a bit on today's St. Louis on the Air.
One of the young men, a 16-year-old, was treated for minor wounds before being taken to the Juvenile Building. A 23-year-old man was arrested while police were investigating the robberies.
The incident began around 10:50 Wednesday night, when two men held up a driver attempting to make a pizza delivery in the 4600 block of Michigan. They escaped in a getaway car parked in a nearby alley and driven by a third suspect.