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Judge Issues Restraining Order Against Moore

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By Kevin Lavery, KWMU

St. Louis – A St. Louis circuit judge Friday issued a temporary restraining order against city school board member Rochell Moore.

The order comes after Moore threw a pitcher of ice water at assistant superintendent Charlene Jones on Wednesday.

Jones and board member Amy Hilgemann sought the order, which prohibits Moore from having any communication with the two women.

School district spokesman Glynn Young says it's not clear what this means for next week's school board meeting.

"At this point we don't know," Young said. "The board's legal counsel is looking at the restraining order and determining what needs to be done or what approach we have to take. But at this point, we're not sure."

A hearing will be held on the matter in St. Louis circuit court on March 15.

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