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No-bail order continued in teacher’s slaying

Naperville police Chief David Dial, right, listens as DuPage County State's Attorney Robert Berlin talks with the media Sunday, a day after a fatal stabbing at a bar in the western suburb. (Chuck Berman, Chicago Tribune / February 6, 2012)

Naperville police Chief David Dial, right, listens as DuPage County State's Attorney Robert Berlin talks with the media Sunday, a day after a fatal stabbing at a bar in the western suburb. (Chuck Berman, Chicago Tribune / February 6, 2012)

A DuPage County judge today ordered that a Naperville man accused of stabbing a teacher to death in a nightclub confrontation continue to be held without bail until a March hearing.

The parents of both defendant Daniel J. Olaska and stabbing victim Shaun Wild were in the courtroom to hear a prosecution motion to increase or revoke Olaska’s bond.

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