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  • Man charged with shooting construction worker to death

    Police say a construction worker who was shot to death in Bridgeport was a 30-year-old Milford man and the shooter is a 33-year-old city resident. Authorities say Jose Araujo was shot Thursday morning at a road construction site and later died at a...
  • Police: Coworker dispute leads to disorderly conduct charge

    The following incidents were listed in the official reports of the Highland Park Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination. DUI Tanjay Pierce, 21, of...
  • New Bears regime brings Ray McDonald's troubled past to Chicago

    New Bears regime brings Ray McDonald's troubled past to Chicago
    Football players are rare and special. They are not like the rest of us, even applying standards beyond athletic skill. They play life under special rules and risks. They must be special as a condition of their existence. Otherwise, there's no useful...
  • DA: Seven hours after gruesome hit-and-run, suspect was still drunk, high

    DA: Seven hours after gruesome hit-and-run, suspect was still drunk, high
    The man suspected in last week's fatal hit-and-run accident on Airport Road was still under the influence of alcohol and marijuana seven hours later, Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin announced Wednesday. Jose A. Santiago, 33, of Allentown...
  • Oak Forest honors officer who died on duty

    Oak Forest honors officer who died on duty
    Oak Forest police and village officials paid tribute this week to a police officer who died on duty last year, even though many conceded that James Morrissy would have disliked being the subject of so much attention. In a ceremony during Tuesday night's...
  • Our say: Efforts to cut traffic deaths must continue

     Our say: Efforts to cut traffic deaths must continue
    Perhaps a time is on the horizon — more likely in our children's day, not ours — when most vehicles in most cases drive themselves, and a constant death toll because of cars and trucks driven by fallible humans is a relic of darker times. Don'...
  • Officer behind wheel in fatal wrong-way crash had DUI in '13

    The off-duty New Jersey police officer who was behind the wheel during a wrong-way crash that killed another officer and a friend last week in New York City had previously had his driver's license suspended for driving under the influence, an official...
  • Tea sets stolen from Elmhurst home, and more police reports

    The following items were taken from Elmhurst police reports: Two tea sets and jewelry were taken from a home during a burglary in the 100 block of Linden Avenue between 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on March 12. A woman reportedly took liquor bottles and...
  • Apartments shot with BBs in Hoffman Estates, and more police reports

    The following items were taken from Hoffman Estates police reports: Manuel Jesus Acuna-Diaz, 27, of the 1200 block of Morningside Drive, Carpentersville, was arrested at 12:47 p.m. on March 11 and charged with driving on a suspended/revoked license and...
  • Secret Service director: 'We are not a perfect agency'

    WASHINGTON For the third time in a week, U.S. Secret Service Director Joseph P. Clancy faced pointed questions from members of Congress about officer misconduct and a lack of accountability for rank-and-file agents, but defended his beleaguered...
  • Police blotter

    Police blotter
    ORLAND PARK EMPLOYEE THEFT: Olivia Qahhaar, 20, of the 8600 block of 86th Avenue, Justice, was charged with retail theft and possession of drug paraphernalia after issuing herself five phony returns worth $285 between Feb. 11 and 25 while employed at...