Classes Resume at Site of St. Louis Shooting
ST. LOUIS - Classes are back in session at Stevens Institute of Business & Arts in St. Louis, the site of a shooting last week.
Part-time student Sean Johnson is accused of walking into the business school on Jan. 15 and shooting the financial aid director in a dispute over aid, then shooting himself. Both men survived.
No one else was hurt but the gunfire led to a chaotic scene as more than three dozen students scrambled to safety. Police arrived within a minute of the call and helped get everyone out.
School president Cynthia Musterman has praised the quick actions of St. Louis officers.
Police on Monday said the gun used in the attack had been stolen in 2011.