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Richmond man charged in road rage situation

Police on Thursday filed charges against a man who was captured on video pointing a gun at another driver during an apparent road rage situation Tuesday in Richmond. The McHenry County State's Attorney's Office said Thursday morning that it was speaking with Richmond police regarding details of the...

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A Texas sheriff has orally reprimanded a member of his command staff for a sexual comment he made about a producer for the show “Live PD.”Cmdr. Steve Deaton was the subject of a complaint this month by attorney Robert McCabe that alleged Deaton challenged deputies in a meeting to have sex with...

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Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg's attacks on Vice President Pence have again raised claims that the vice president once backed "conversion therapy."

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Police post video of Henry Pratt Co. shooting online

The Aurora Police Department has posted video of some of the events that happened during the deadly shooting on Feb. 15 at Henry Pratt Co. in Aurora that left six people dead – including the shooter – and several police officers wounded. According to a news release, the department released the...

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Employee sentenced for threatening mass shooting in Aurora

ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – An Aurora man has been sentenced to court supervision for making statements suggesting he would commit a mass shooting similar to one that occurred at an Aurora business in February, the Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office announced in a news release. Kane County...

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UPDATE: Body found in river ID'd as prime suspect in beheading of Washington woman

DNA helped identify a body as Jacob Gonzales, the man wanted for a woman's decapitation with a Samurai sword.        

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Police: Intoxicated parolee arrested after threatening to shoot people

The 911 callers said an intoxicated man armed with a firearm was walking along the street threatening to shoot residents.        

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The Trump and Harris campaigns’ sketchy boasts about small-dollar contributions

Both campaigns tout astonishing percentages of small donors. But it's not a standard calculation — and the reality is much less impressive.

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DeKalb man charged in attack with stick, knife

SYCAMORE – A DeKalb man was arrested after being accused of hitting a man with a stick with a nail in it, trying to choke the man after the stick broke and brandishing a knife and cutting the man’s arm in January. Christopher R. Williams, 34, of the 800 block of Ridge Drive in DeKalb, was...

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31-year-old DeKalb man charged with felony domestic battery

SYCAMORE – A DeKalb man previously convicted of felony domestic battery is back in jail, accused of the same offense with another woman. Marcqus A. Hill, 31, of the 1100 block of Rushmoore Drive, DeKalb, was charged with domestic battery, a Class 4 felony because of previous domestic battery...

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Illinois State Police officer charged with DUI in Crystal Lake is on 'restricted duty'

An Illinois State Police officer accused of driving under the influence through Crystal Lake in an unmarked police vehicle has been placed on restricted duty, officials confirmed Tuesday. Matthew Konie was charged in McHenry County with driving under the influence of alcohol following his Feb. 1...

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Wife of slain McHenry home invasion victim testifies at alleged burglar's trial

A 37-year-old man charged in a fatal home invasion said he was never at the McHenry house where prosecutors said he and another man pushed their way inside and shot the homeowner before taking off with thousands of dollars of stolen cash. Byron Howard appeared in court Tuesday in a blue button down...

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Woman found dead in Woodstock apartment

Woodstock police are investigating after a woman's body was found Tuesday afternoon in an apartment at the Silver Creek Apartment complex, Deputy Chief Ray Lanz said. Police and paramedics were called to the scene about 1:30 p.m. for a report of a person found dead, Lanz said. He would not comment...

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Johnsburg man arrested following attempted robbery in Lincolnshire

A Johnsburg man could face up to 15 years in prison for his role in an attempted robbery that was orchestrated through an online sales app, according to a news release from the Lincolnshire Police Department. At about 3:45 p.m. on Thursday, police responded to a reported fight involving several...

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Body found in California river ID'd as prime suspect in beheading of Washington woman

DNA helped identify a body as Jacob Gonzales, the man wanted for a woman's decapitation with a Samurai sword.        

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A 72-year-old Marengo man is serving time in a federal prison for falsifying bankruptcy documents on behalf of his Union-based concrete wall paneling business. Peter Konopka was sentenced to six months federal prison after pleading guilty to falsifying bankruptcy and tax documents, according to a...

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2nd murder trial underway in 2017 McHenry home invasion

Attorneys will give opening statements Tuesday in the trial of a Wonder Lake man accused forcing his way into a McHenry home, where a 52-year-old man was shot and killed during a home invasion and burglary. Attorneys on Monday finished selecting a jury to deliberate in 37-year-old Byron T. Howard's...

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UPDATE: Man killed by Red Bluff police identified

A Red Bluff police officer shot and killed a man after the suspect threatened to hit him and other officers with a large stick.        

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Loneliness. Trauma. Sex addictions. Whatever led more than two dozen people to engage in prostitution, they ended up together Friday at the West Palm Beach, Fla., Police Department, listening to law-enforcement officers, doctors and people who work with human-trafficking survivors share stories of...

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A Texas sheriff’s commander allegedly challenged his deputies during a staff meeting to have sex with a “Live PD” television show producer, according to a grievance filed this month.Attorney Robert McCabe told the Austin American-Statesman he filed a sexual harassment/improper conduct...

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