ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. - The St. Louis County Police Association is calling for Metro's head of public safety to resign. Joe Patteron, the president of the association, called a recent column by St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist one-sided. Patterson said believes the Metro’s public safety director was behind the videos being made public in an attempt by Metro to control its own police department.
ST. LOUIS – A feud over MetroLink security has led to one official calling for the resignation of St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar. Vince Schoemehl is chairman of the Bi-State Development Agency’s public safety committee. “Enough is enough,” said Schoemehl. “It’s now time for St. Louis County to do something. They got a police board out there. I think they ought to fire him or he should resign.”Schoemehl believes Belmar has failed to make MetroLink stops in St. Louis County safer.
An early morning storm passing through the St. Louis area left behind a path of damage Saturday. In St. Charles County first responders reported most of the damage was north of Interstate 70. A camper overturned at the Lakeside 370 Park. Central County Fire and Rescue Assistant Chief Gary Donovan said 3 people were inside and suffered minor injuries. He said this was the second time in recent years when wind blew over a camper. In Lincoln county downed tree limbs left a mess in several cities.
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Selecting a term
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