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Special to the TribuneA Carpentersville man has been sentenced to eight years in prison after being convicted of his ninth DUI, Kane County officials said today. William M. Reece, 49, of the 400 block of Besinger Drive, Carpentersville, was sentenced Wednesday by Circuit...
Tags: Drunk Driving, Judges, Trials, Punishment, Prisons
Tribune reporterA man was pronounced dead after a fire broke out in a landscaping company in Carpentersville, officials said. The fire happened just before 5 p.m. Friday at 1050 Tamarac Drive, according to a press release issued by the Carpentersville Fire Department....
William Hicks rents a car from Dollar with a ding in it. Now it wants to charge him for the damage. But it can't prove he did it. Should he pay, anyway? Q: I'm having a problem with Dollar Rent A Car. When I picked up my car at Southwest Florida...
Tribune reporterKane County Coroner Charles West died early today, just after midnight, from complications following liver transplant surgery, according to his family. West had been awaiting trial on felony misconduct charges. He had been accused of allowing two of his...
Tags: Trials, Liver Transplants, Cirrhosis
Special to the TribuneA Carpentersville man was sentenced to 55 years in prison today for murdering his roommate over $100 in profits from a drug sale. Errick L. Brown, 41, of the 100 block of Amarillo Court, had been found guilty of first-degree murder in May for the Oct....
Special to the TribuneA Carpentersville man pleaded guilty today to driving drunk during a 2011 single-car accident that killed one of his passengers. Ulises Beltran, 24, of the 1600 block of Sacramento Drive, agreed in Kane County court to plead guilty to two counts of...
Tags: Judges, Trials, Punishment, Justice System
Special to the TribuneThe felony prosecution against the recently deceased Kane County coroner — a case that had lingered in the courts for more than two years and centered on an outmoded TV set — ended quietly Thursday in a hearing that lasted about 30 seconds....
Tags: Judges, Trials, Prosecution, Lawyers, Justice System
Summer Family Fun in Chicago Young Eagles Program – Free Airplane Rides for Kids Young Eagles is a FREE program offered by the EAA (the Experimental Aircraft Association is a community of enthusiasts who fly, build and restore recreational...
Special to the TribunePolice arrested almost two dozen suspected drunken drivers during the most recent “no-refusal” DUI enforcement action in Kane County, State’s Attorney Joe McMahon said today. Eleven police agencies in the county, along with Illinois...
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