LYNWOOD | Former Village Clerk Roy Valle was driving a village-owned car when he caused a crash that left a woman dead, but because he was not on government business, officials say it is unlikely his municipal pension benefits will be suspended.
MARKHAM | Before receiving a six-year prison sentence Tuesday for a 2011 fatal car crash, longtime Lynwood official Roy Valle sought forgiveness.
MARKHAM | Attorneys for former Lynwood Village Clerk Roy Valle met Thursday morning with a Cook County judge and representatives of the Cook County state’s attorney to discuss a possible plea deal related to charges Valle faces in a 2011 fatal car accident.
Roel "Roy" Valle is charged with reckless homicide in connection with a fatal crash Feb. 4, 2011, on Ill. 394 near Chicago Heights.
MARKHAM | Former Lynwood Village Clerk Roy Valle's attorney wants his client's medical records to be considered as he and the Cook County state’s attorney’s office negotiate a plea agreement over charges Valle faces in a 2011 fatal DUI crash.
MARKHAM | Attorneys for former Lynwood village Clerk Roy Valle and the Cook County state’s attorney’s office continued to work Tuesday toward a plea agreement to resolve the charges Valle faces in a fatal 2011 crash.
LYNWOOD | Roy Valle is no longer a government official.
MARKHAM | Attorneys for the Lynwood village clerk who faces criminal charges for an auto accident in which a woman was killed say they are waiting for potential evidence to be turned over to them, before the criminal case can proceed.
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