A Creve Coeur teenager is accused of pointing the laser onto the field during a Cardinals game on Aug. 6.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Monday, September 17, 2012
A teenager accused of shining a laser pointer onto the field during a St. Louis Cardinals game Aug. 6 had his court date continued until Oct. 24. Eric Bogard, 17, of Creve Coeur, was scheduled to appear in St. Louis municipal court Monday on charges of peace disturbance at an athletic event and violating a city ordinance regulating possession and use of lasers. Bogard is a student at Ladue Horton Watkins High School. Nathan Swanson, an attorney with Rosenblum, Schwartz, Rogers & Glass, appeared on Bogard’s behalf and requested the continuance. Swanson said he had no comment on the case and referred questions to attorney Joel Schwartz. A call to Schwartz Monday morning was not immediately returned. During an Aug. 6 game with the San …
Marie Glancy of Ladue, Mercy Health System's Chief Advocacy Officer, was in the Busch Stadium suite Monday night where Creve Coeur teenager Eric Bogard allegedly disrupted play with a laser pointer.
This news item is updated Friday, August, 10. Marie Glancy, an executive with Mercy Health Systems who was in the hospital's Busch Stadium luxury box Monday when a teenager allegedly used a laser pointer and pointed it at the field of play, has resigned. Glancy had served as the company's Chief Advocacy Officer, working out of the hospital chain's Chesterfield headquarters. Eric Bogard, 17, of Creve Coeur was arrested Monday after Cardinals Manager Mike Matheny seemingly caught the teenager red-handed after using a laser pointer during the Cardinals game against the San Francisco Giants. Bogard was charged Wednesday and faces fines and the possibility of jail time for the municipal offenses. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that a woman…