Former head of Vianney won't face criminal charges
St. Louis, MO. – Criminal charges will not be filed against the president of Vianney High School who was investigated for sexual wrongdoing.
St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch says both Kirkwood police and his office found no evidence that the Reverend Robert Osborne committed a crime.
Vianney is operated by the Marianist religious order.
Osborne, who is 73, resigned in August from the school, citing "unresolved legal matters."
Osborne was accused in a lawsuit of molesting a student at the all-boys school. A second Vianney student came forward after the suit to also allege inappropriate behavior by Osborne.