ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KSDK) - We're hoping to get a clearer picture Tuesday night about the future of the St. Louis County Police Board.
Three of the five members have resigned in less than one month, amid a federal probe into the new crime lab. It has police Chief Tim Fitch and County Executive Charlie Dooley are going at it as well.
The police board's chair and vice chair resigned three weeks ago. A third member, Raymond Wagner, stepped down one week later.
The St. Louis County Council was expected to vote on new appointments Tuesday night, but late last week one of them pulled his name out.
It's not clear what will happen next.