This is the second of two Saturdays in a row that large groups of young teens have been spotted roaming the area. Monday, city and police officials met with representatives of Highwood Property, which owns the Plaza. They're seeking a way to stop future incidents.
Witnesses said the trouble this weekend started when several brawls broke out between young people as moviegoers left a theatre.
"I was leaving the movies and there were so many kids out there," witness Starr Hackett told KMBC's Marcus Moore.
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Susan Haake said the Plaza is her front yard. She has lived in the area for 20 years.
"In absolutely no neighborhood should that occur. People should be respectful of property, of each other, and welcome everyone," Haake said.
Haake said that she hopes what happened Saturday night won't happen again.
"I'm very worried about that because we want it to be a happy place," Haake said.
Susan. Do you think Negros are respectful of others property? You can keep hoping beyond hope, but your happy place is now nigrafied.
Story here. Check out the comments about how the place used to be nice and now you can't even feel safe there. How many times has this story been repeated all over America?
St. Louis just approved a tax to increase service on the Metro, the negro transportation service. You reap what you sow, idiots.