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  • Cops: Naperville man steals cab, stabs driver

    Cops: Naperville man steals cab, stabs driver
    A Naperville man was charged today with stabbing a taxi driver in the throat and stealing the cab in Aurora early Thursday, authorities said. Maurice A. Martin of the 700 block of Inland Circle was charged with aggravated vehicular hijacking,...
  • Prosecutors: Cabbie who assaulted passenger also charged in 2nd attack

    Prosecutors: Cabbie who assaulted passenger also charged in 2nd attack
    The cabdriver charged in a weekend sexual assault of a passenger in Schaumburg has also been charged for a similar assault against a passenger on Feb. 2, authorities said in court this morning as a judge set bail totaling $2 million for the two incidents....
  • State: Owner of gas stations cheated on taxes

    State: Owner of gas stations cheated on taxes
    A suburban man cheated the state out of nearly $1 million in gasoline sales taxes at two stations he owns, the Illinois Attorney General's office announced today. Samer T. Farhan, 32, was arrested Thursday near his Palos Hills home and faces multiple...
  • Wealthy car collectors, auction firms to gather in Arizona

    If $8 million sounds like too much for a 1960 Ferrari, perhaps a 1958 model in the range of $5.5 million to $7 million better suits your budget. Such are the choices the world's wealthiest car collectors will face this month in Arizona. Every year,...
  • 2 men held in armed robbery near Deerfield

    2 men held in armed robbery near Deerfield
    Two men are in custody after allegedly using a knife and a pistol to rob a gas station near Deerfield last summer, according to officials. Michael Swanson, 19, of the 100 Block of Wilshire Drive, Wheeling, and Irvin Vaysburg, 19, of the 1000 Block of...
  • 2 charged with street racing in crash that killed Lake Co. teen

    2 charged with street racing in crash that killed Lake Co. teen
    Two carloads of teenagers and young adults met up at a gas station in the far north suburbs before heading to a nearby stretch of road where they engaged in a street race, switching lanes and maneuvering for position, authorities said. The race ended...
  • Joliet police arrest man wanted in February shooting

    Joliet police arrest man wanted in February shooting
    A month-long search for a 24-year-old Joliet man charged with shooting another man in the neck has ended. Joliet police booked Anthony D. White into the Will County Adult Detention Facility around noon Saturday on charges of attempted murder, aggravated...
  • Prosecutors: Sauk Village slaying over iPhone dispute

    Prosecutors: Sauk Village slaying over iPhone dispute
    An 18-year-old Sauk Village man charged with murdering another man earlier this month shot the victim in a dispute over a stolen iPhone, prosecutors said in Cook County court today. Assistant State's Attorney Elena Gottreich said that the brother of...
  • Retired Steger fire captain killed in hit-and-run

    Retired Steger fire captain killed in hit-and-run
    A retired Steger firefighter was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver as the retiree crossed a downtown street in nearby Crete, officials said. Leonard J. "Lenny" Bottando, 70, was in front of a coffee shop in the 1300 block of Main Street when...
  • Trash talk and the real dirt on a 'toxic tour' of Los Angeles

    Trash talk and the real dirt on a 'toxic tour' of Los Angeles
    You won't find any homes of the stars on this tour bus as it shuttles rubber-necking sightseers through Los Angeles. You may not even see the Hollywood sign through the haze from the smokestacks, rail yards and refineries along this "toxic tour" through...
  • Family of slain auto shop owner: 'We are lost'

    Family of slain auto shop owner: 'We are lost'
    After Michael Kozel was shot in a hold-up robbery at his Gage Park muffler shop Wednesday, he reached out to his son, just hours before his death. "'They shot me in the back,'" Michael Kozel Jr., recalled his father's last words to him. Kozel said...