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The latest on local crime and public safety.
The trailer got scrunched under the overpass.
Tiny jail towels, iPad thief smiles, cigarette ripoff and a hard-to-swallow milk shake in the latest annals of Patch Chicago crime-n-shame.
The 2014 DHS grad went missing from a therapeutic camp.
The caller, who claims to be from ComEd, demands money immediately to keep the power connected.
The woman was charged with ill treatment of a dog.
The callers say they are from ComEd and demand immediate payment.
A woman locks up her dog in filth, a suspicious texter and a man with red fingernails this week in the annals of PatchChicago crime-n-shame.
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.