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.
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.
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.
Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010
EDITOR'S NOTE: This week marks the anniversary of the bistate shootings that left one man dead and two wounded. Today, in the first of a two-day series, The Times revisits those impacted by the shootings.
Suspected bistate shooter Gary Amaya was cremated at a Hammond funeral home just before Christmas, officials said Thursday.
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.
Gary Amaya, 48, of Rankin, Ill., was shot and killed with his own gun during a botched robbery attempt at a tanning salon in Orland Park, Ill. Investigators in Lake and Will counties both contend Amaya was the man responsible for two shootings on Oct. 5, 2010, near Beecher and Lowell.
RANKIN, Ill. | A month ago, Rankin Police Chief Tim Condon was stressing the value of installing computers in the village's squad cars to provide access to a national database of suspect sketches of and vehicle descriptions.
MORRIS, Ill. | Gary Amaya was a disheveled, unhappy man who for years lived in a run-down trailer on the property of a Morris, Ill., hunting lodge where he served as caretaker, a contractor who worked for the business said.
JOLIET | Lowell farmer Keith Dahl, 64, "unequivocally" identified Gary Amaya as the man who shot him during October's bistate shooting, authorities said Thursday.
JOLIET, Ill. | The weapon used by Gary Amaya in a Saturday armed robbery at an Orland Park, Ill. tanning salon is the one used in the bistate shootings in Beecher, Ill. and Lowell in October, Will County Sheriff Paul Kaupas said Thursday.
Will County Sheriff Paul Kaupas on Thursday is expected to announce the latest results in the investigation into the Oct. 5 bistate shootings and their connection to the death of an Illinois man shot with his own gun during a botched robbery attempt on Saturday, a source close to the investi…
Jumping to conclusions is like jumping around the edge of the Grand Canyon while blindfolded.
A suburban police officer who spent four days in the Will County lockup before computer evidence cleared him of a murder charge in connection with the October bistate shootings has broken his silence.
RANKIN, Ill. | As news crews started to gather and investigators wrapped crime scene tape around a home in this tiny Vermilion County village of 650 people, the news that the man who had been living there is a slaying suspect quickly circulated.
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.
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