ST. LOUIS (AP) - Nearly four years after the Cardinals beat Detroit in the 2006 World Series, St. Louis police plan to release all documents related to a scandal involving seized tickets.
KMOX-AM reports that the city Police Board decided Wednesday not to appeal a judge's order to release all of its documents related to the case. That means the board will turn over documents that include those from an internal affairs investigation.
Several officers were disciplined internally in 2006 for giving tickets seized from scalpers to friends or family. No criminal charges were filed.
Information from: KMOX-AM, http://www.kmox.com