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The Saturday event will also have child sat info and pet microchipping.
He was charged in May with cyber stalking and electronic harassment for rants he made after being let go from the job, police said.
After an initial charge of sexual abuse by a Lake Forest women, two more patients said they were also abused.
The village is doing smoke testing this week. As always, call 911 in case of emergency.
The Chicago resident was killed Thursday by a freight train at the West Lake Forest Metra Station.
A woman told police the man touched her inappropriately during treatment.
Two men face charges after police say one of them yelled at a doctor accused of exposing himself to boys in Deerfield. The other man was defending the doctor.
The family and friends of Andrew Adler are organizing a search for this Sunday. Volunteers are sought for the search effort.
An employee has been charged.
No one was injured and the driver is credited with good judgment after he heard a tire blow on the Tristate Tollway.
The rules were spearheaded by State Sen. Julie Morriosn, whose nephew Tony Borcia was killed while tubing two years ago.
The brothers’ mother was also injured after gunshots rang out as the family gathered to mourn Brian Grundei, who drowned in a Deerfield pond in May.
Carly Rousso has been charged with running over a 5 year old after inhaling an intoxicant two years ago. The two sides have been unable to reach on a plea deal.
He turned himself into police last week on misdemeanor public indecency and disorderly conduct charges.
The man had someone take his picture while making the sign in front of the Skokie museum.
The neurologist, who lives in Lincolnshire, turned himself into police on misdemeanor charges.
Several recent incidents in Lake County have highlighted the dangers for children online.