Sanogo has had the charges dropped against him from the June 15 arrest.

Baqir continues to challenge UD video, student arrest story

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Police & Fire

A member of the Christina School board is making sure an incident involving University of Delaware Police arresting Mohammed Sanogo on his graduation night is not swept under the rug. In a board meeting Tuesday night, member Naveed Baqir, who has been leading the charge in ensuring Sanogo gets justice and in holding UD police accountable, once again brought up …

18-year-old Mohammad Sanogo was arrested June 15 by UD police for resisting arrest and reckless driving.

Charges dropped in case of Christina grad arrested by UD 

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Police & Fire

After weeks of public outcry, charges were dropped against 18-year-old Mohammad Sanogo who was arrested by the University of Delaware police June 15 less than an hour after he received his high school diploma there. The decision follows UD police finally releasing bodycam footage of the incident. A Newark High School student, Sanogo was on campus because Christina School District …

UD's Bob Carpenter Center has been the site for multiple Christina School District graduations.

Christina votes to stop graduations at UD after student arrest

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Education

Christina School District will no longer hold its graduation at the University of Delaware. The Tuesday night decision by the School Board came after a recent incident in which UD police arrested an 18-year-old star student on graduation day. Holding graduation on UD’s campus has cost Christina $98,129. That includes access to a campus building and parking lot as well …

Christina could eliminate some contracts with UD after NHS graduation incident involving cop.

Christina’s Baqir: Review UD contracts after cop incident

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Police & Fire

  A Christina school board member said an incident involving a University of Delaware police officer and an 18-year-old graduate of Newark High School is “another George Floyd moment.” Naveed Baqir made that statement in a special board meeting last week where dozens of community members testified in support of student Mohammed Sanogo, with plenty of disdain and condemnation for …