Thursday, February 28, 2013
The Ladue man originally was charged with sexual misconduct involving a child. He will not be listed on the state's Sex Offender Registry, but will go through a probation program for sex offenders.
A Ladue man pleaded guilty Monday to harassing an 11-year-old child in a Home Depot restroom in Brentwood. Christopher A. Frank, 42, of the 700 block of Cella Road in Ladue, pleaded guilty to harassment involving an adult harassing a child, a class D felony in Missouri. Frank received a suspended imposition of sentence, given 120 days of electronic home monitoring and was placed on five years probation. Frank originally was charged with sexual misconduct involving a child under age 15, also a class D misdemeanor. He is owner and president of Cfx Inc., a marketing firm based in St. Louis. Brentwood Police reported that Frank got on his knees in a restroom stall and exposed his genitals to an 11-year-old boy in the next stall Nov. 25. Police…
Sunday, December 23, 2012
Check out these ways to ring in the new year together as a family.
New Year's Eve Walk Hike Columbia Bottom Conservation Area on New Year's Eve from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Appropriate for kids ages 10 and older. Families will discover the sounds of the night and will spend a few minutes at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers before heading back. Reservations are required and open Dec. 15, call 314-877-6014 to reserve. Noontime New Year Celebration with the Magic House Ring in 2013 a little early at The Magic House. Between 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. kids are invited to dance to music by Complete Music, make wish wands and noise makers and march in a noisy parade. There will be a special countdown at noon. Cost is free with museum admission. See Acrobats at First Night Head to Grand Center on …
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Barb Dwyer's Rams having an outstanding season. Ready for the playoffs.
The Ladue Rams field hockey team posted a 4-0 shutout of Brentwood yesterday. They are having a fine season and ready for the Midwest playoffs coming soon. They will brace for competition from all the area private schools. Elise Pellett, Courtney Emert, Maria Vetter and Hillary Bloch scored against Brentwood for the Rams. Coach Barb Dwyer said against Brentwood they were able to do a lot of substituting. “We worked on our passing,” she said. “The team also just works on focusing and staying into the game, and I thought they did a good job.” She said they’re coming back from injuries, and it’s finally starting to click with the team. They play St. Joe on Friday. “It will be a really tough game, and we tried to use this to practice passes …
Saturday, September 1, 2012
11-Year-Old Boy Identified Chris Frank in Lineup as Suspect Who Exposed Himself.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Doug Miner
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Brentwoood Police say they spent months investigating the case of Christopher Frank, of the 700 block of Cella Road in Ladue, who is suspected of exposing himself to an 11-year-old-boy in a restroom at the Brentwood Home Depot. The St. Louis Post Dispatch reports they found their suspect using store reciepts and surveillance video. The 11-year-old boy identified Frank in a lineup. Read more in an article in the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Read more in Maplewood-Brentwood Patch: Related Topics: Cfx, Chris Frank, Christopher Frank, and Home Depot
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Office Max keeps stores open nearby in Olivette and Brentwood.
The Office Max store in the Ladue Crossing Shopping Center will close its doors at 9 p.m. Saturday, and that is the last day they will be serving the public. The national chain will shutter its doors for good at this particular location, Saturday night. The good news is that all 12 employees at this location will be moving to other nearby Office Max locations in Olivette or Brentwood. The Office Max location at 8857 Ladue Road has been open the past five years. Gina O’Brien, store manager and head of operations will be relocating to the Town and Country store, closer to her home. In the meantime, all items in the store are reduced 50 percent in price excluding ink, toner, technology items, furniture and printing services. For the most part…