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Brown's Chicken & Pasta, Inc.

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  • New tests aided Brown's probe

    After following false leads for nine years, police working the Brown's Chicken & Pasta slayings found themselves listening to a woman who knew a detail of the killings that had never been revealed to the public. During the slayings, sources say the woman...
  • Brown's timeline

    1993 - January 8: Seven people slain at the Brown's Chicken and Pasta in Palatine. - March 18: Palatine authorities arrest a 26-year-old Arlington Heights man who allegedly admitted supplying false information that sent investigators searching for a...
  • 2 held in 1993 Brown's killings

    More than nine years after seven people were slain in a Brown's Chicken & Pasta in Palatine, police late Thursday were questioning two men in the case after making a DNA match between one suspect and crime scene evidence. Police said a former...
  • Palatine man guilty in slaying

    A Cook County jury Friday night found a Palatine man guilty of fatally stabbing a neighbor. The jury convicted Melvin Paige, 18, of first-degree murder in the slaying of Emil Mennes, 78, on Aug. 20, 1999.The jury also found Paige guilty of residential...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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-...
  • 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...
  • Generous owners worked hard to make a go of restaurant

    After a corporate buyout forced Richard Ehlenfeldt from his executive job, he set out to make a new beginning for his family. "He kept telling me, `I have to go into this business, John,' " a longtime neighbor, John Bruce, recalled. " `It's the only...