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Brown's Chicken & Pasta, Inc.

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  • Broadcast cited in alleged beating of Brown's suspect

    Prosecutors have subpoenaed the tape of a radio broadcast in which a suspended Cook County correctional officer is believed to have discussed allegations he struck a jailed suspect in the Brown's Chicken and Pasta restaurant slayings. Thomas Wilson, 38,...
  • A relative's take: Anger and disgust

    Joyce Sojoodi slipped into a crowded hearing room in the Cook County Criminal Courts building Tuesday, determined to look into the faces of the two men accused of killing her parents and five other people in the 1993 Brown's Chicken & Pasta slayings....
  • New top cop named in Palatine

     New top cop named in Palatine
    Alan Stoeckel will be the next Palatine police chief when John Koziol retires from his top cop position next month for a patrol officer job in neighboring Inverness. Stoeckel's salary is still being negotiated. He will take over the police force with...
  • Jury awards Brown's Chicken killer $451K in civil rights case

    Jury awards Brown's Chicken killer $451K in civil rights case
    A federal jury awarded a man serving a life-sentence for the 1993 massacre of seven workers at a Brown’s Chicken restaurant in suburban Palatine nearly a half-million dollars in his civil rights lawsuit against a former Cook County Jail guard...
  • Jury Selection For Second Man Charged In Palatine Killings To Begin Thursday

    Jury Selection For Second Man Charged In Palatine Killings To Begin Thursday
    (WGN-AM)- With jury selection set to begin Thursday in the trial of the second of two men charged in the Brown's Chicken massacre, Palatine residents once again will confront the horrific event that focused world attention on their community. Just...
  • Palatine police expand probe

    It snowed Sunday in Palatine. All the rest is speculation. What really happened at the Brown's Chicken & Pasta in town remained a grim mystery early Monday, some 48 hours after bullets ended seven lives inside and turned the cookie-cutter building into a...
  • Massacre stymies police

    Hours before seven people were found murdered inside a Palatine restaurant, police dismissed the concerns of two families worried about workers who didn't come home, the families said Monday. Police even visited the Brown's Chicken & Pasta twice that...
  • Security as simple as door locks makes a difference, experts say

    Fast-food restaurants can take measures to help prevent incidents like the shootings at Brown's Chicken & Pasta in Palatine, according to security experts. Whether through high-tech security systems or increased personnel, the cost of protecting fast-...
  • Cool trial gets colder in Palatine massacre

    In most mass murders, there's no need for an investigation. The killer is usually dead at the scene, done in by his own hand or by a bullet from police. The massacre of seven people last weekend at Brown's Chicken & Pasta in Palatine was not like most...
  • Murder mystery deepens with each passing day

    The detail was so innocuous that the Palatine police officer with Emmanuel Castro looked right past it: A mop, propped against a wall. Primed by five hours of worry because his teenage son, Michael, had not come home from work, Castro made a chilling...
  • Brown's slaying site brought down

    A crew halted work Friday to let Mary Jane Crow approach the building in Palatine where eight years ago her brother and six others were massacred in a crime that remains unsolved. Holding her husband's hand, she walked to the side of the former Brown's...