3 Meramec officials punished after student bathroom attack
Jevon Mallory faces charges, accused of attacking a girl in a campus restroom. By Belo Content KMOV
ST. LOUIS—Three officials at the Meramec campus of St. Louis Community College are out of jobs after an outside review of an April attack on a female student found widespread problems.
Former student Jevon Mallory faces a felony assault charge after an 18-year-old Chesterfield woman said she was choked in a women’s bathroom at the Kirkwood campus.
A report by the Armstrong Teasdale law firm released Thursday found a “system-wide failure” among administrators, campus police and other officials.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Meramec campus police chief, a district police chief and a vice president of student affairs no longer hold those jobs. A school official declined to say whether they were fired or transferred elsewhere.
Meramec campus President George Wasson resigned soon after the attack.