Wednesday, August 29, 2012
City Prosecutor: Marjorie Tomaso "more culpable" for June graduation party.
A Creve Coeur man who was arrested and charged with contributing to the delinquincy of a minor after a graduation party earlier this summer could soon find his wife charged in the case instead. Robert Tomaso appeared in Creve Coeur Municipal Court in July and according to City Prosecutor Dennis Beckley, made an argument about the applicability of the statute. On Monday, Beckley told Patch that Tomaso's wife, Marjorie, could be charged under city statutes which prohibit allowing or permitting people under the age of 21 with allowing or permitting alcohol consumption. Beckley said Marjorie Tomaso "is far more culpable," and was "more actively involved in the party," making the charge "more fitting to what happened." The charge could come …
Friday, July 13, 2012
Robert Tomaso is due back in Creve Coeur Municipal Court next month.
A Creve Coeur man accused of contributing to the delinquency of a minor while hosting a graduation party, appeared in Municipal Court Wednesday night. Police said they were called to the party at Tomaso's home because of loud music and that many of the 100 minors in attendance were intoxicated. Tomaso did not enter a plea Wednesday. He declined comment leaving the courtroom beyond confirming that he made his initial appearance. Creve Coeur Prosecutor Dennis Beckley told Patch after the session that Tomaso, an attorney, made an argument regarding the statute in question. Beckley said he would consider Tomaso's argument and make a decision before Tomaso is due back in court in August.
Friday, June 15, 2012
Robert Tomaso is due in Creve Coeur Municipal Court next month.
The homeowner arrested June 3 when authorities found roughly 100 minors at his Colonial Drive home, "most of which were intoxicated", will face a Creve Coeur Municipal Court judge July 11. Court officials and Creve Coeur Police confirm Robert Tomaso was charged with a single count of Contributing to the Delinquency of a minor on June 4. Messages seeking comment from Tomaso, and Creve Coeur Prosecutor Dennis Beckley were left Friday afternoon.