Week in Review: Ammo Demand and Cell Phone Evidence
In the last week, you may have missed stories about water rates, court proceedings in sex crime cases, a dealership helping a local charity, a grenade, cameras in court and other stories in Orland Park and nearby.
Orland Park trustees also discussed adding space for two new houses in the Old Orland area and a new Thai restaurant at Wolf Road and 159th Street. Read our live blog transcript for a recap of the meeting.
A public defender for Dennis Dodson, the drifter accused of sexually assaulting a then-83-year-old woman in Orland Park, is filing a motion to quash the arrest based on the identification of Dodson in a photo array.
There are warrants out for the arrest of 79 people in the 60462 area of Orland Park.
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Joe Rizza Ford led the push on a Facebook contest, through the Chicago Automobile Trade Association, to win big for the local non-profit.
A defense attorney for a 36-year-old Orland Park man accused of molesting his girlfriend's teen daughter, and sex chatting with a fictitious 14-year-old girl in an unrelated matter, told a Cook County judge that he wants to move the cases forward.
A man sorting through his deceased father’s property in Orland Park found a grenade, and then brought it to the Orland Park Police Department for disposal, where bomb squad technicians found the grenade was not functioning.
The Orland Park Police Department bumped up their yearly purchase of ammunition to thwart growing scarcity, as gun and ammunition suppliers have seen sharp increases in purchases with debates on gun control continuing across the country.
Attorneys for Allan Kustok, who is accused of shooting and killing his wife, want prosecutors to further justify the need for searching his cell phone, after prosecutors said new technology would allow greater access to evidence on the phone.
These are the 10 items you should have on hand as the weather turns cold and the snow begins to fall.
The DeKalb County and Lake County courthouses have also been cleared for cameras.
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