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  • Man mistakenly writes $865 check for an $8.65 coffee cake, bakery cashes it

    Man mistakenly writes $865 check for an $8.65 coffee cake, bakery cashes it
    There were other bakeries closer to John Cullen's house, but in his opinion none were nearly as good. So on April 5, the 84-year-old drove five miles to Central Continental Bakery in Mount Prospect, Ill. He selected a coffee cake, then opened his wallet...
  • Prisoner shot during escape attempt in Rolling Meadows

    Prisoner shot during escape attempt in Rolling Meadows
    A prisoner was wounded this morning in an officer-involved shooting after an attempted escape from an Elgin police squad car on Illinois 53 in Rolling Meadows, officials said. The shooting happened shortly after 8 a.m. on Ill. Hwy. 53 at Algonquin Road...
  • Gunshots in Arlington Heights neighborhood lead to arrest of 2 teens

    Gunshots in Arlington Heights neighborhood lead to arrest of 2 teens
    Two teenagers face felony charges after several people called police because shots were being fired in an Arlington Heights neighborhood and officers found the two had been shooting from inside a house, according to police. Paul Padlo, 18, of the first...
  • Lawyer gets probation for cutting monitoring device

    Lawyer gets probation for cutting monitoring device
    A Chicago attorney who cut off a court-ordered monitoring device he was wearing while out on bond for violating an order of protection was sentenced in Cook County Circuit Court today to two years probation and ordered to enter a treatment program for...
  • Bright Smiles, Bright Futures Van

    Bright Smiles, Bright Futures Van
    The "Bright Smiles, Bright Futures Van" pulls in to Rolling Meadows Meijer to offer free screenings and dental reports for children up to 12 years old on Saturday September 3. The "Bright Smiles, Bright Futures Van," a customized dental van that will...
  • Man charged with street racing months after fatal crash

    Man charged with street racing months after fatal crash
    Nearly nine months after police said he engaged another driver in a high-speed street race in Hoffman Estates that left two people dead, a man was charged on Tuesday with leaving the scene of the fatal accident and aggravated street racing. Bond for...
  • Man gets 8 years for carjacking, robbery, police chase

    A Schaumburg man who carjacked a woman at knife-point, robbed an electronics store and then led police on a high-speed chase was sentenced today to eight years in prison. John E. Egelston, 22, of the 1900 block of Winston Lane, pleaded guilty in...
  • Police: Cable TV service call used as cover for Wheeling home invasion

    Police: Cable TV service call used as cover for Wheeling home invasion
    Authorities say two men used a cable television service call for cover as one of them forced his way into a woman’s Wheeling residence armed with a handgun in search of valuables. Kevin Summers, 31, and Nicholas Puccio, 23, a Comcast sales...
  • Police: Wheeling couple left toddler alone while stealing from cars

    Police: Wheeling couple left toddler alone while stealing from cars
    A 22-month-old girl is in state custody after her parents left her alone while they were burglarizing cars in Wheeling, authorities said today. Eric Harris, 21, and Emeline Vernillet, 22, of the 500 block of South Milwaukee Avenue in Wheeling, were...
  • Georgia man charged in sex attacks at suburban hotel pool

    Georgia man charged in sex attacks at suburban hotel pool
    A traveling salesman from Georgia has been arrested in northwest suburban Elk Grove Village after authorities said he molested two girls and a woman at a local hotel swimming pool. Charles Smith, 55, of the 1300 block of Howard Way in Lawrenceville, Ga.,...
  • First reports this summer of West Nile in humans

    First reports this summer of West Nile in humans
    Two women in Cook County have been infected with the West Nile virus, the first such reports this year, according to health agencies. The two woman are both in their 60s and both are still hospitalized, according to Amy Poore, a spokesperson for the...