St. Louis judge: Police board must release all info on World Series ticket scandal
Chief Isom responds to a question about the St. Louis police World Series ticket scandal By Afton Spriggs
(KMOV) -- A St. Louis judge said Tuesday night the city's police board members have to release all of the information pertaining to the 2006 World Series ticket scandal.
Seventeen police officers were disciplined after tickets confiscated from scalpers were given to the friends and family. Once they came back from the game, the tickets were put in the police evidence locker.
A judge ordered the board to release all of the files, citing the Missouri Sunshine Law as cause.
The police board has not decided if it will appeal the decision.