Graffiti was spray painted on a fence off Payson Street sometime before 7 a. May 6 in the block Police report possible child-luring near Schaumburg park Police said a man may have tried to lure two children into a black pickup truck near a Schaumburg park recently.
The children, who were school-aged, were walking near Jaycee Park around 5: Tuesday, Schaumburg police said in a statement. A man in his 30s wearing a bright orange cap stopped Schaumburg settles lawsuits against village and cops Schaumburg officials have approved settlements for two separate lawsuits filed against the village and against current and former police officers.
The federal lawsuits each name at least one former Schaumburg officer who has been accused of corruption. Village board members voted this week to approve Police release call about fatal stabbing in Elk Grove Village hospital Security personnel at an Elk Grove Village hospital had already restrained a man accused of fatally stabbing his estranged wife when police arrived, according to a recording of the call made after the stabbing.
Drug-induced homicide suspect seeks speedy trial The Rockford woman accused of providing drugs involved in a fatal overdose in a St. Charles hotel room is now seeking a speedy trial in her case, according to court records.
Katharyn Stanish, 23, who was listed with a Schaumburg address at the time of her arrest in February, is charged with drug-induced Huntley man accused of murder in wife's death A McHenry County man was charged with first-degree murder after his wife died while receiving treatment for injuries he allegedly caused, authorities said Wednesday. Authorities responded to the Huntley home of Edward E. Hartgraves, 64, on Friday and found his wife, Carol Hartgraves, 63, bleeding Arlington Heights priest free on bond while awaiting child porn trial A Catholic priest from an Arlington Heights church will return to court Friday to face indictment on allegations he kept pornographic images of children on his home computer.
Clovis Javier Vilchez-Parra, who made a brief appearance in court Tuesday morning, when the indictment was originally Schaumburg bank robbed Monday morning A woman robbed a bank in Schaumburg on Monday morning, according to police.
The woman entered Harris Bank on Schaumburg Road around 9: She gave a note to the teller demanding money, and the teller handed her cash, according Judge to allow secret recordings to be played at Schaumburg ex-cop's trial A DuPage County judge said Monday he will allow certain secretly recorded conversations to be admitted into evidence at the upcoming trial of a Schaumburg police officer accused of running a drug ring with fellow officers.
In a lengthy pretrial hearing, Judge Liam Brennan ruled on a number of recordings Man pleads guilty to sex assault, battery of toddler A northwest suburban man who authorities said sexually molested a month-old girl was sentenced Tuesday to 15 years in prison. Cole Eben, 19, of Hanover Park, will serve consecutive sentences of eight and seven years after pleading guilty to predatory criminal sexual assault and aggravated battery Roselle man drugged, abused teen girls he forced into prostitution A Roselle man already serving prison time for sex abuse of minors has been charged in federal court with sex trafficking of another girl, and is suspected of forcing several others into prostitution, prosecutors said.
Iroegbulem, 24, forced the year-old girl and several other young In a village known more for its shopping scene than its crime, lawyers