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The following items were taken from Glenview and Northbrook police records. Glenview •On April 15, a 19-year-old Prospect Heights man was arrested in the 9800 block of Milwaukee Avenue and charged with driving with a suspended license and was...
Tags: Crimes, Wheeling, Apple iPhone, Police Arrests, Mount Prospect
Tribune reporterThe family of a man who was struck by a car while standing outside his car on the Elgin-O’Hare expressway is suing the woman who hit and killed him. This winter season’s first flurries and ice had caused a large number of crashes on Nov. 12,...
Tags: Litigation, Hanover Park, Trials, Elgin
Special to the TribuneA man has been charged with felony stalking after authorities said he spent hours placing phony orders for pizza for his estranged wife. Prosecutors said that, in one day, the man placed orders for 18 pizzas at four Schaumburg-area restaurants,...
Tribune reporterThe head of a consulting group reviewing practices of the troubled Schaumburg Police Department will take over as interim chief, officials announced today. Kenneth Bouche, a retired Illinois State Police colonel and current chief operating officer of...
Tags: Trials, Drug Trafficking
RedEyeIt's like stuffing a car full of clowns ... A carload of TV stars with Chicago ties are among the 765 artists set to make funny April 1-7 at the 16th annual Chicago Improv Festival. "I'm thrilled that Craig and I will finally get to make stuff up for...
BACinema Beverly Arts Center 2407 W. 111th St. 773-445-3838 beverlyartcenter.org *"The Waiting Room" (U.S.; Peter Nicks, 2012) Shot over five months in an Oakland public hospital, "The Waiting Room" explores the state of medical care for the nation's...
Chicago TribuneThe cabdriver charged in a weekend sexual assault of a passenger in Schaumburg has also been charged for a similar assault against a passenger on Feb. 2, authorities said in court this morning as a judge set bail totaling $2 million for the two incidents....
Tags: AAA, Lawyers, Assault, Downstream Oil and Gas Activities, Trials
Tribune reporterEmbattled Schaumburg police Chief Brian Howerton announced his retirement Tuesday, days before the village was due to release a report on whether he broke department policy in his dealings with an ex-girlfriend who accused him of harassing her. The...
Schaumburg has been recognized as a "Cool City" by the Illinois Sierra Club for reducing greenhouse gases by 7 percent and being only one of four bicycle communities in the state. "Schaumburg has shown outstanding leadership as a Cool City, taking steps...
Tribune reporterCook County prosecutors said there wasn’t enough evidence to criminally charge Schaumburg police Chief Brian Howerton with harassing his ex-girlfriend, but he still faces an internal village investigation. Dawn Davis filed a complaint with the...
Tags: Lawyers, Trials, Prosecution, Criminals, Local Government
Special to the TribuneA 30-year-old Schaumburg man who admitted he struck a nightclub patron in the head with a baseball bat was sentenced in Cook County Court today to 12 years in prison. Altin Bajrami, of the 1900 block of Prairie Square, pleaded guilty in Rolling...
Special to the TribuneTwo more felony drug cases were dismissed in Cook County Circuit Court today as a result of the arrest of three Schaumburg police officers who authorities say set up their own narcotics business. “We're just happy the state did the right thing in...
Tags: Crimes, Lawyers, Trials, Police Arrests, Cook County Government
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