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Police & Fire
The following police-related items were taken from area Patches. When an arrest is referenced is should not be considered a conviction.
Twenty-five years ago on May 20, Laurie Dann went on a violent rampage that included arsenic-laced Rice Krispies treats, three pistols, a can of gasoline and a firebomb.
Police say the Hoffman Estates man molested an 8-year-old at the church's special needs child care center, the Daily Herald reports.
A veteran bus driver for Woodland School District 50 is scheduled to appear in court June 12 on sex assault charges involving a victim under 17.
The National Transportation Safety Board recommends reducing the limit. Some say it would save lives. Others say it's unreasonable.
The following arrest information was supplied by the Highland Park police department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Government, Police & Fire
Deerfield Police are making an extra effort to reduce cell phone use in Lake Cook Road construction area.
Deputy Eric Francke is on administrative leave without pay after being charged with solicitation of a sex act and obstructing justice.
A look at weird crime news in the northern Chicago suburbs.
The Highwood and Highland Park police are investigating four incidents in the past two weeks where students reported that they were approached by adults asking them if they wanted a ride.
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