Claiming that things "are subject to change anytime" and that "you see it all the time on TV with the black bars", Ellisville Councilman, Steve "Christmas," shared what some are saying was sensitive information about official Christmas Eve activities. The document share happened during a december, 10th interview responding to a claim by WIldwood Councilman, Joe Garritano, that Santa stopped in Wildwood prior to visiting the adjacent community of Ellisville.
In an interview about concerns that the holiday mission may have been compromised, a reliable source at Metro West Fire Protection District, speaking on the condition of anonymity, stated that although some might question the appropriateness of such a disclosure, "the little ones need not worry about the success of the imminent mission."
"If this were Wildwood, such a misstep could result in thousands of dollars in ethics complaints, " stated an expert from the Missouri Ethics Commission. "I feel like we dodged a bullet given the jurisdiction." The MEC official refused to give their name since they were not authorized to speak on such matters.
A spokesman for the Office of Holiday Operations called it "fake news."