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  • Blotter: Irate customer yells profanities in Buffalo Grove

    Blotter: Irate customer yells profanities in Buffalo Grove
    A "customer management dispute" was reported at 770 S. Buffalo Grove Road on Nov. 19. An "irate" customer who yelled profanities said he was upset about a purchased item. Items were taken in a vehicle burglary on Nov. 19 or Nov. 20 in the 1000 block...
  • Portugal ex-PM charged with corruption, to remain in custody

    A Portuguese judge on Monday charged former Prime Minister Jose Socrates with corruption and tax fraud and ordered that he remain in preventive custody. Socrates' arrest on Friday shocked the country and his Socialist party, which hopes to win next year'...
  • Blotter: Pair charged with stealing wireless speaker in Palatine

    Blotter: Pair charged with stealing wireless speaker in Palatine
    A 26-year-old man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and resisting a police officer on Nov. 16. He was arrested in the 100 block of West Wood Street and also charged withe driving on a suspended license. A 40-year-old Arlington...
  • Blotter: Laptop, wallet taken in Blue Line incidents

    Blotter: Laptop, wallet taken in Blue Line incidents
    The following items were collected from reports released by the Oak Park Police Department. An Oak Park man was sitting on the CTA Blue Line train at 6:50 p.m. Nov. 14 when a man 20 to 30 years old entered at the Austin stop, stole his Apple laptop...
  • College student released after Texas military post lockdown

    A male college student was released on Monday after being taken into custody for driving an unauthorized vehicle onto San Antonio's Fort Sam Houston military base on Sunday night, sparking a lockdown and a full security alert, officials said. The San...
  • Police dog wounded in West Covina shooting faces more surgery

    Police dog wounded in West Covina shooting faces more surgery
    Two men were killed and a police dog was seriously wounded in a pair of related shootings overnight in West Covina. The drama began about 11 p.m. near Sunset Avenue and Badillo Street when officers found a man shot dead on the front lawn of the Church...
  • Bus crashed twice in one day: Police ID passenger who died

    Bus crashed twice in one day: Police ID passenger who died
    A tour bus crashed twice on Sunday in Northern California -- the second time killing one man and injuring 30 other passengers -- and an investigation is underway. The CHP said Monday the fact that the bus crashed into a Denny's before the later deadly...
  • Police: Woman 'threw a knife' at man, killing him during domestic dispute

    Police: Woman 'threw a knife' at man, killing him during domestic dispute
    As a district judge read the allegations against a Bethlehem woman charged Monday with killing her estranged boyfriend, Ebony Jones sobbed and put her head down on a table. Jones, 31, allegedly threw two kitchen knives at Ismail Bonets during a heated...
  • Blotter: Shoes stolen from Hyundai in Wheaton

    Blotter: Shoes stolen from Hyundai in Wheaton
    The following items were taken from Wheaton police reports: A 36-year-old woman of the 1500 block of Highland in Glendale Heights was arrested at Main and Roosevelt Road on Nov. 17 on a charge of no drivers license, police reported. The woman posted...
  • Blotter: Two people spotted dumpster diving for scrap metal in Glenview

    Blotter: Two people spotted dumpster diving for scrap metal in Glenview
    The following items were taken from police reports: A man claiming to be a detective from St. Louis called an employee of a business in the 2200 block of Sanders Road several times Nov. 11, demanding personal information. Access to a home computer was...
  • Missouri officials call for 'mutual respect and restraint' in Ferguson

    Missouri officials call for 'mutual respect and restraint' in Ferguson
    Top Missouri officials on Monday afternoon urged St. Louis area residents to maintain the peace as they prepared for a grand jury announcement about whether to charge a white police officer in the shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black man in...