Have you a sex problem? Please visit our site:fesmag.com/medic
St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - St. Louis Police are increasing their use of technology to keep an eye on revelers at Mardi Gras this year.
The department will be installing cameras to monitor the crowds at The Grand Parade and the Fat Tuesday parade. Police say the cameras will act as an additional layer of security. Uniformed and plainclothes officers will be patrolling the area and looking for underage drinking.
The Grand Parade is Saturday and the Fat Tuesday Parade is Tuesday the 4th. More information on parade routes and times can be found here.
A former St. Louis County prosecutor who resigned amid a federal investigation in December isn't suspected of any wrongdoing.
An attorney for John Quarenghi told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that his client had stepped down to spare the office any embarrassment after learning that his electronic communications with paralegal Jillian Nichols were being examined by federal investigators.
Nichols was indicted last week (Feb. 19) on charges of wire fraud and lying to the FBI. She's accused of offering a sexual assault defendant favoritism from an unnamed prosecutor in exchange for $10,000.
Officials say Quarenghi wasn't involved in Nichols scheme, but had dated her.