Detective Shavedlongcock News Update: Even though the major newspapers and the TV news in St. Louis released a description of the offender: Witnesses described him as a thin black man in his mid-20s, about 5-foot-8 tall with short hair. - The liberal pandering Chicago TV News and newspapers omitted the race of the offender from their copy, actually REMOVED IT!... But here is the newspaper that always tells the truth - The UK Daily Mail (United Kingdom) Click here to read their account of this killing of a young white girl by a Negro.
Megan Boken, a 23-year-old Wheaton native who played college volleyball at St. Louis University, was shot to death in St. Louis Saturday afternoon while in the city for a volleyball alumni game at the university.
Boken was a member of the 2006 Chicago Tribune All-State team after leading Wheaton St. Francis to the 2006 Class AA state title.
St. Louis Post Dispatch News:
Former SLU volleyball player shot and killed in Central West End
ST. LOUIS • A woman was shot and killed Saturday while she was in her car near the intersection of Maryland and Taylor avenues in the Central West End.
Megan Boken, 23, a 2011 graduate of Saint Louis University student who most recently lived in the Chicago area, was found with gunshot wounds to her neck and chest at about 2:20 p.m., said St. Louis Police Sgt. Roger Engelhardt. Boken was a four-year volleyball player at SLU who had returned for the team's annual alumni game on Saturday.
She was taken to Barnes Jewish Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
Witnesses told police they saw a man either get out of her Volkswagen or open the door to the vehicle. The two appeared to be arguing and shouting, police said.
The man was seen firing two shots into the vehicle before leaving the scene. He left before police arrived. He was described as a black man believed to be in his mid-20s, about 5 feet, 8 inches tall with a thin build and short hair,
Police are asking anyone with information about the shooting to call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-8477.
Boken graduated in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing, the university said in a news release. She played on the Billikens volleyball team from 2007 to 2010.
"In addition to being a great student, she was an outstanding ahtlete and an important part of our championship teams," said Chris May, the university director of athletics. "She contributed as much in the classroom and in the community as she did on the court."
Representatives of the campus ministry and counselors already have met with students, university officials said.