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Topic - Dan Scott
A man considered a bully by some of his St. Louis neighbors has been sentenced to one year of probation for harassment.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Among his supporters, Dan Scott is practically a savior, a 44-year-old community activist and self-employed property manager whose youth boxing gym and chess club help keep troubled St. Louis teens off the streets.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The sentencing hearing for a St. Louis man considered a neighborhood savior to some, a bully to others, is on hold.
For 10 agonizing minutes, an 18-year-old mentally disabled woman was raped in the back of a near-empty Los Angeles County bus as it rolled past a state park and a cemetery, and no one did anything about it.
An elementary-school teacher suspected of taking bizarre bondage-style photographs of children in his class was investigated in 1994 for allegedly trying to fondle a 10-year-old girl, authorities disclosed Thursday.
Scott, testifying at his trial, said the charges were part of an effort to force him out of the neighborhood.
"She takes everything to heart. She forgot a few times and stuck her hand in the kitchen sink. When she realized what she did, she took out alcohol and washed her hands. Scrubbed them. She was really scared," he said.