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Bicycle stolen outside Glenbard West, and more

The following incidents were taken from Glen Ellyn police reports on Sept. 22: Domestic battery A juvenile was charged with domestic battery and released to … Read more ›

Carol Stream man charged after cop poses as teen prostitute

The DuPage County Sheriff’s police have arrested a Carol Stream man who allegedly tried to arrange a tryst with a person he thought was a … Read more ›

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DuPage Crime Stoppers Offers Mobile App

The TipSubmit Mobile app for Android and iPhone users is now available. The app is the first mobile application that lets the public anonymously submit … Read more ›

Guilty plea expected next month in 1976 DuPage murder

A prison inmate charged in the 1976 murder of a student is expected to plead guilty to the crime next month and receive a life … Read more ›

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Text-A-Crime-Tip

The highly successful DuPage County Crime Stoppers program is going ’21st Century’ with the launch of a county-wide Text-A-Crime-Tip program. Mobile phone users across DuPage … Read more ›

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DuPage Crime Stoppers Help To Fill Void

The fugitives of the world may be overjoyed at the news that the television show America's Most Wanted is no more. However there is no … Read more ›

MET-AJ-5-POT-HOUSES

Busts of marijuana grow houses are growing in Chicago area

Nothing appeared amiss at the pale green ranch house on South Aldine Street, though oddly, the landlord noted, the electricity bill was enormous. The young … Read more ›

Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and wife Patti leave the U.S. Dirksen Courthouse after his guilty verdict, Monday, June 27, 2011. (Alex Garcia/Chicago Tribune)

Judge sets Blagojevich sentencing for Oct. 6

A federal judge today set a tentative sentencing date of Oct. 6 for former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, who was convicted this summer on 17 counts … Read more ›

State Supreme Court ruling on drugged driving raises fairness questions

A recent Illinois Supreme Court ruling has given prosecutors a controversial new weapon in driving-under-the-influence cases — the ability to upgrade charges when small traces … Read more ›

Former state trooper gets 60 days in jail for child porn

A retired Illinois State Police trooper who admitted viewing child pornography on a state-issued laptop computer while sitting in his squad car supposedly looking for … Read more ›