The woman has been charged with the thefts from Esse Medical office in Creve Coeur.
A woman who worked for a cleaning service stole three computers from a medical office in Creve Coeur, police said. Ebony Evans, 23, of the 8100 block of Airport Road in Berkeley, was charged Jan. 17 with felony stealing. Creve Coeur Police said Evans worked for a company that cleaned the office building at 11630 Studt Avenue in Creve Coeur. The Esse Medical office reported three laptop computers stolen between 8:30 p.m. Oct. 9 and 7:30 a.m. Oct. 10. The computers were valued at a total of $9,000. Two of the computers were recovered at a Hazelwood residence where Evans’ occasional roommate lives. Bail has been set at $15,000 for Evans. For more crime information on Creve Coeur Patch, see the following articles:
Some board members find idea transformational, while others feel it could threaten a proposed tax levy.
Students at Ladue Horton Watkins High School would get a laptop under a proposal discussed Monday at a Ladue Board of Education work session. Rob Highfill, who serves as Ladue School District's Director of Information Technology Services, gave a presentation to the board dubbed the “21st Century Learning Initiative.” At the heart of the plan is providing every high school student in the district with a laptop by the 2012-2013 school year, which he said could result anywhere from a $100,000 to $165,000 a year increase in the yearly capital budget. Highfill said the initiative could provide students with expanded and constantly updated information. He also said laptops would provide students with access to technology resources at all times…