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Special to the TribuneA Wood Dale man was sentenced to nine years in prison Monday for possessing the components and chemicals to make bombs, including a device he allegedly set off inside a church’s trash bin. Bryan Roehr, 25, had previously pleaded guilty in DuPage...
Special to the TribuneA Bensenville woman who stole more than $170,000 from the credit union where she worked as a loan manager was sentenced today to jail time and ordered to make restitution. Desiree Cortes, 31, pleaded guilty this fall to operating a credit card scam at...
Tags: Credit and Debt, Prisons, Theft
The American News has been and is continuing to work on a project of the history of Northern State football: 1902-2012. The project will be published in its entirety in the Oct. 5 edition of the American News. Here is a preview of the all-time NSU...
Special to the TribuneA former north suburban cheerleading coach will have more stringent bond conditions after other young girls, including a former cheerleader, have come forward and accused him of inappropriate behavior. Jeffrey Tackes, 30, is awaiting trial in DuPage...
Four Bensenville District 2 schools in were on lockdown Tuesday afternoon while police surrounded a nearby home where shots had been fired. No injuries were reported. Police responded to a home in the 200-block of South Mason Street about 10:30 a.m....
Special to the TribuneThe second of two brothers convicted of stealing money from the Bensenville business for which they worked was sentenced Thursday to eight years in prison. Louie Filskov, 39, of Lombard, had been found guilty in May of using his position as general...
Ernst Otto “Ernie” Rilki, 87, husband of Jeanette Ruth Gasser Rilki, of Westgate Drive died Oct. 14. Ernie was the youngest of nine children of the late Heinrich and Johanna Litchel Rilki. He was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in...
Tribune reporterBond was set this morning at $150,000 for a Bensenville teenager who allegedly threatened on his Facebook page to bomb Fenton High School. Eric Stout, 17, of the 800 block of Dolores Drive, was also ordered by DuPage County Judge Michael Wolfe to...
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Tribune staff reporterAdditional material published April 28, 2005: CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS. A graphic on mob murder victims in the main news section Tuesday incorrectly identified as Nicholas D'Andrea a photo of his brother, Mario D'Andrea. For more than 50 years,...
The mob told Anthony Spilotro he was going to be promoted to a "capo," a street boss running a huge territory. His brother Michael was to become a "made" member, a trusted insider. For the honors, the two were driven to a house near Bensenville--where...
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