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Aurora Man Charged With Several Felonies for Alleged Oswego Cocaine Sales
An Aurora man was arrested by members of the Kendall County Police Assistance Team for alleged Cocaine sales in Oswego on Thursday. Kendall CPAT officials say 24 year-old Miguel Ortega Uribe of Aurora was taken into custody at a restaurant in the area of Route 30 and Douglas Rd.
Plano Man Arrested After Allegedly Preventing Female Household Member from Calling 911 Amid Disturbance
A Plano man was arrested for Unlawful Violation of an Order of Protection and Unlawful Interference with the Reporting of Domestic Violence following an incident in Plano on Wednesday.
5 Yorkville Area Foreclosures To Check Out
YORKVILLE, IL — Do you feel like affordable homes are pretty difficult to find in your community? You might consider checking out the foreclosures on the market. You could very well find your dream home in the rough!
Fugitive Friday: Woman Wanted For Forgery
KENDALL COUNTY, IL — This week's Kendall County Sheriff's "Fugitive Fridays" subject is Claudia Aguilar, wanted for forgery. The Sheriff's office asks anyone with information on Aguilar's whereabouts to call the Kendall County Sheriff at 630-553-5856, or Kendall County Crime Stoppers at 630-553-5999
Amber Alert issued after thieves steal car with 13-month-old in backseat in Illinois
FARMINGTON, ILL. (KMOV.com) - An Amber Alert was issued Saturday afternoon after a group of men stole a car with a infant inside at a gas station in Farmington, Illinois. Police said 13-month-old Bentley Dutz was in the backseat of a gold 2000 Ford Taurus with Illinois license plates AT70987 when th
Police searching for 76-year-old Plano man last seen in Aurora
Aurora police are soliciting the public's help to find a 74-year-old man who went missing at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Juan Garcia was last seen leaving the home of a family member who lives on the 1500 block of Bridle Post Drive on Aurora's west side. According to a release issued by the state's Law En
Montgomery: 4 Local Foreclosures Up For Sale
MONTGOMERY, IL — Do you feel like affordable homes are pretty hard to find in your community? Don't lose hope yet. A tour of the latest foreclosed homes in the Montgomery area might be just the place to start!
Sandwich, Oswego, Montgomery, Yorkville and Aurora Among Communities to Receive False Bomb Threats in National Scam
A number of police agencies in communities in the WSPY listening area reported on Thursday afternoon that they received reported bomb threats at various locations. Sandwich Police officials say that a bomb threat was called in from Earthmover's Credit Union on E. Railroad St.
Aurora Man Arrested on Class X Felony Charges Following Seizure of Handgun, Heroin and Ecstasy
An Aurora man was arrested on a number of Class X felony charges following a seizure of a handgun and numerous controlled substances at his home on Nov. 29. According to the Aurora Police Department, officers arrested 45-year-old Samuel Jones of N. Farnsworth Ave. for two counts each of Unlawful Pos
Aurora Police Officials Seeking Information on Reported Shooting
Officials with the Aurora Police Department are seeking information on a shooting that allegedly occurred on Wednesday night. According to a report, the shooting occurred at around 9:50 p.m. in the area of Fourth St. and Weston Ave.
LaSalle County Deputy Auditors Charged In Theft Cases Could Have Termination or Pay Decisions Made Next Week
A committee of the LaSalle County Board could decide next week whether to suspend that pay or even to fire the two LaSalle County deputy auditors indicted with the county auditor in a theft and misconduct scandal.
Liquor License Vote in Plano Moved to Special Meeting Next Week
A controversial new liquor license vote was delayed at the Plano City Council meeting this week when two aldermen moved the item off the agenda. Aldermen Ben Eaton and Barb Nadeau requested the item be placed on a special Plano City Council meeting for 6 p.m. Monday at city hall.
Abandoned Sandwich Home Burns to the Ground in Suspicious Circumstances Fire
An abandoned Sandwich home, that has long been considered a hazard by local fire officials, burned to the ground early Wednesday morning in a suspicious circumstances fire. Sandwich Deputy Fire Chief Nathan King tells WSPY that several fire departments were called to the home in the 2800 block of W.
Annual New Year's Day hike planned at Hoover Forest Preserve
The annual New Year’s Day hike will be held at Hoover Forest Preserve on Fox Road in Yorkville at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1. Meet at the parking lot, Eagles Nest Pavilion. The hike will last for one to one-and-a-half hours.
Sandwich Man Attending Southern Ill. Univ. Dies in Crash Downstate
A 20 year-old Sandwich man and student at Southern Illinois University died in a single-vehicle crash in southern Illinois this past Friday. Officials with the Union County Coroner's Office said 20 year-old Kyle Darcy is the deceased. Union County is south of Carbondale where SIU is located.
Oswego Man With History of Stalking Charges, Conviction Found Guilty in Oswego Sex Abuse Case
An Oswego man with a history of arrests for alleged stalking was found guilty on sex and battery charges for allegedly touching a young girl and exposing himself to her. Kendall County Court documents show that 52 year-old Matthew Barkley of McLaren Dr. in Oswego was convicted in a two-day jury tria
City of Aurora’s DRAFT Route 59 Comprehensive Plan Update open house
Trevor Dick, left, director of Development Strategy and Facilitation for the city of Aurora answers questions at the City of Aurora’s DRAFT Route 59 Comprehensive Plan Update open house, Thursday, Dec. 6. The event included development renderings for information, discussion, and public input.
Police Reports for Dec. 12
Note to readers: Information in Police Reports is obtained from the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office and city police departments. Individuals listed in Police Reports who have been charged with a crime have not been proved guilty in court.
Bomb threats made in Chicago area and nationwide; FBI investigating
CHICAGO (WLS) -- Several sites in the Chicago area have received bomb threats as authorities investigate a series of other threats made nationwide via email to various targets, including schools, public offices, commercial buildings and news organizations.
Aurora Man Arrested for Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon After Being Found in Possession of a Handgun
An Aurora man was arrested for Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon following an incident in Aurora on Dec. 1. According to the Aurora Police Department, officers responded pulled over a vehicle being driven by a 24-year-old Aurora man for having a loud exhaust in the area of Parker Ave. and Howell P