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Police & Fire
The following police-related items were taken from area Patches. When an arrest is referenced is should not be considered a conviction.
The Neighborhood Files
Each week, we feature cats and dogs available for adoption from Heartland Animal Shelter in Northbrook.
Twenty-five years ago on May 20, Laurie Dann went on a violent rampage that included arsenic-laced Rice Krispies treats, three pistols, a can of gasoline and a firebomb.
A suspect has been arrested in Wednesday's hit-and-run accident in Wilmette after being charged with a D.U.I. in Arlington Heights.
Passed by a 35-21 vote, the bill now goes to the desk of Gov. Pat Quinn, who has not yet said whether he intends to sign it.
Marchex Institute says Illinois residents are among the worst offenders in the country when it comes to swear words, though we are pretty courteous with 'please' and 'thank you.'
Here's a look at the top news in Wilmette this week, including suspect arrested during car burglary-in-progress, woman arrested for prostitution warrant and juice cooler stolen from Jewel.
No one won Wednesday's Powerball. The next drawing is Saturday.
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