Crime and Courts
WOODSTOCK – The man convicted of killing a missing Johnsburg teen was in court today with his attorney who is asking his trial court judge throw out his conviction.
CARY – Police searched along Route 14 on Saturday as part of a 14-year-old missing person case.
A Crystal Lake man who was wanted on warrants for theft charges in McHenry and Crystal Lake, and bank robbery charges in Chicago, was taken into custody Thursday by the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office.
WOODSTOCK – A Woodstock man was given prison time after he admitted to possessing the drug ecstasy.
Gaining real-life experience was the focus of active-shooter training Thursday morning at Woodstock North High School.
WOODSTOCK – Although he vowed an eventual trial, a McHenry man accused of hiring a hit man to kill his son has died – ending legal wrangling that began in 2007.
WOODSTOCK – A former McHenry County man was sentenced to six years in prison for having sexual contact with a young girl.
WOODSTOCK – A horse’s halter was on so tight and for so long that its skin and bone had begun to grow around it, requiring surgical removal, investigators say.
WOODSTOCK – McHenry officials have asked a judge not to release an evidence locker audit that was completed after a former police officer was arrested in connection with taking seized drug money.
WOODSTOCK – A Lake in the Hills man was sentenced to probation after he pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography.
WOODSTOCK – A McHenry man accused of sexual contact with three neighborhood girls more than a decade ago waived his right to confront witnesses in the case.
What to know about law awaiting Gov.’s signature
WOODSTOCK – A Johnsburg husband-and-wife team who used obituaries to target their burglary victims was sentenced this week to a combined 15 years in prison.
WOODSTOCK – A woman whose husband placed online ads for sex with her and killed a man who responded was given probation for her role related to the shooting.
WOODSTOCK – One of the two Crystal Lake teens charged with arson admitted to setting the barn fires and must repay nearly $20,000 in damages.
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