Friday, May 3, 2013
Lori Knight called Lindenwood University Wednesday and told an operator her brother planned to bomb the campus that evening, but did not give her name or her brother's name, St. Charles Police said.
A Lindenwood University student phoned in a bomb threat because she wasn’t ready for class that evening, St. Charles Police said. Lori Knight, 38, of the 5500 block of Lansdowne Avenue in South St. Louis, was charged Thursday with making a terrorist threat. St. Charles Police said Knight called Lindenwood University’s St. Charles campus Wednesday with a blocked telephone number and told an operator that her brother planned to bomb the university that evening. St. Charles Police determined there was no credible threat to students. The university’s telecommunications department contacted Charter Phone Company and retrieved the blocked telephone number, according to court records. The number matched Knight’s telephone number on her student …
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Student posted on Facebook page that he would "use the brass to take care of business."
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- Joe Scott
Thursday, April 12, 2012
A St. Charles West High School student used brass knuckles to beat another student in a rest room at the school on Feb. 13, according to a St. Charles Police report. The student, Michael Guarino, 17, of St. Charles, is being charged with second-degree assault. Guarino lured the student into the bathroom, intent on fighting him because his girlfriend had allegedly been unfaithful to him with the victim in the past, according to police. Guarino posted on his Facebook page on Feb 12 that he would “use the brass on someone to take care of business,” the report reads. The victim told Guarino several times he did not want to fight and attempted to leave, but Guarino blocked him. He hit him in the face several times with the brass knuckles and …
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
St. Charles Patch features a student who has a summertime accomplishment.
Whiz Kid: Kenneth Coburn, 17 Whiz Kid’s school: St. Charles West High School Whiz Kid’s Key to Awesomeness: Coburn, a sophomore last year completed the University of Missouri-St. Louis’ four-week Bridge program. The program is targeted at students underserved by universities and colleges and provides college access programming to students and parents. It offers students academic, social, college and career planning and professional development courses, and is led by UMSL professors and administrators. The program concluded with an awards ceremony Thursday at the Airport Marriott. Coburn said he enjoyed the Bridge program’s sessions on career and personal development sessions the most. “It actually helped me find a few colleges that I’m …