It's a nice day in mid-October, and Brian Dorian is spending two of his days exercising his constitutional right to participate in this year's election.
I wrote last week about the questionable decision to dismiss Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow from a civil lawsuit brought by Lynwood police Officer Brian Dorian.
Technically, I guess, a federal judge came down on the right side of the law by dismissing a wrongful arrest lawsuit against Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow.
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow from a lawsuit filed by a Lynwood police officer falsely accused in 2010's bistate shootings.
If you were waiting for the other police boot to drop in the Brian Dorian case, you were rewarded last week.
LYNWOOD | The man wrongly accused in the October 2010 bistate shootings has filed a federal lawsuit against the Will County officials who arrested and charged him, according to his attorney.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This week marks the anniversary of the bistate shootings that left one man dead and two wounded. Today, in the last of a two-day series, The Times revisits those impacted by the shootings.
In the course of one hour on a sleepy Tuesday morning in October, two random shootings took place on either side of the state line, leaving one man dead, two others wounded and a community in the grip of fear.
After reading a Dec. 17 article, I feel I must clarify some statements.
The Lynwood police officer who spent four days in jail wrongly accused of murder in the Oct. 5 bistate shooting spree is sharing more details of his time behind bars, describing the experience as "horrendous."
The Lowell farmer who survived the Oct. 5 bistate shooting spree told police "they had the wrong guy" when Will County charged Lynwood Police Officer Brian Dorian in connection with the crimes.
Jumping to conclusions is like jumping around the edge of the Grand Canyon while blindfolded.
RANKIN, Ill. | Investigators on Monday pored over the home of a downstate Illinois man killed in a weekend robbery attempt after he was identified as a potential suspect in the October bistate shootings near Beecher and Lowell.
JOLIET | Will County officials are dismissing recent news reports that the trail of the bistate shooter has gone cold.
JOLIET | Attorneys for exonerated Lynwood police officer Brian Dorian have said he was the victim of a botched investigation by Will County detectives and prosecutors.
Retired Lynwood Police Sgt. Tim Smith speaks on behalf of Brian Dorian during an impromptu news conference outside of Benny's Place in Lynwood.
Brian Dorian, center, walks out of his lawyer's office Oct. 13 with lawyer Dave Carlson, right, and his family, left, shortly after a hearing at the Will County Courthouse. Charges against Dorian were dropped in the Oct. 5 shooting death of a Hammond man near Beecher. Evidence later led to G…
Brian Dorian leaves his lawyer's office in downtown Joliet on Wednesday shortly after a hearing at the Will County Courthouse.
Matthew McFarland and Michelole Graves, friends of Brian Dorian, hold up a T-shirt after the letter D was added to say, "Freed Brian" at Benny's Place in Lynwood. Dorian supporters were celebrating after he was released from jail Tuesday night.
LYNWOOD | Family and friends of a man accused of opening fire on three construction workers south of Beecher gathered in a Lynwood bar Monday evening to express their support for a man they said "would give you the shirt off his back."
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