Thursday, May 3, 2012
Richard Ambler is scheduled to be in federal court Friday.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that a Parkway School district substitute teacher who passed district background checks is due in federal court to address his indictment by a grand jury on a charge of child porn possession. The paper reports Richard Ambler, of Florissant, taught at the middle and high school level since 2009 and has been removed from the district's substitute rolls.
Friday, March 23, 2012
Brent Woody was already sentenced for crossing state lines with a minor for purpose of having sex.
A former Parkway Central coach and substitute teacher who was already sentenced to 151 months in federal prison for transporting a minor across state lines to engage in sexual activity, was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison after pleading guilty in St. Louis County Court to 15 counts of Statutory Rape. The sentence will be served concurrently with the federal prison term, according to the Office of State Court Adminstrator's website, Casenet. A guilty plea in the federal case came in October 2011. According to a letter previously sent out to parents from Parkway Central Principal Tim Gannon, Woody was an employee at the school at the time of the incident. The letter also states that Woody worked as Central High's ninth grade girls …
Friday, May 13, 2011
Jarod Parker entered guilty plea in December.
A Florissant man was sentenced Thursday to four and a half years in prison on charges of aggravated identity theft and credit card fraud targeting victims around the St. Louis area and Creve Coeur. Jarod Parker, 32, pled guilty in December to one felony charge of aggravated identity theft and another felony charge of access device fraud. According to the indictment, authorities said for two years, Parker stole credit cards from people in several public places, including Millennium Park and Conway Park in Creve Coeur, as well as events like St. Louis Cardinals baseball games. The indictment said Parker spotted people who were leaving their purses and wallets in cars, and once the propsective victims left, Parker used a screwdriver to open…