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State Sen. Donne Trotter pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor reckless conduct for trying to board a flight with a handgun in his carry-on luggage in December. In a plea deal with Cook County prosecutors, Judge Charles Burns sentenced Trotter, 63, to...
Tribune reporterState Sen. Donne Trotter pleaded guilty today to misdemeanor reckless conduct for trying to board a flight with a handgun in his carry-on luggage in December. In a plea deal worked out with Cook County prosecutors, Judge Charles Burns sentenced Trotter,...
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that legal immigrants convicted of small amounts of marijuana possession are not subject to mandatory deportation. I hope the decision will serve as a strong warning to federal authorities to stop using laws intended...
The following items were taken from police reports. Tinley Park •A wallet containing $200, credit cards and identification was reported taken April 12 from a 55-year-old Manhattan woman while shopping at a household decorating-organizing store at...
Tags: Theft, Trials, Tinley Park, Frankfort Square, Police Arrests
Sun Sentinel ColumnistThe takeaway from Diana Wasserman-Rubin's misdemeanor plea deal: Crime pays, especially for politicians who abuse the public trust. Once again, Broward State Attorney Mike Satz comes up looking soft on political corruption. And just who is Miami-Dade...
Former Broward County Commissioner Diana Wasserman-Rubin pleaded guilty to three lesser misdemeanor charges of falsifying records Monday, a plea that her lawyer said should let her keep a state pension of about $4,895 a month. Wasserman-Rubin, 66, of...
Tags: Elections, Trials, Politics, Broward County, Southwest Ranches
All court cases at the Cook County Circuit Court in Skokie have been cancelled for the day due to widespread flooding in the area, according to courthouse officials. In a release to the media, courthouse officials said that all Thursday court...
South Dakota, by all measurements, has the weakest animal abuse penalties in the nation. And when lawmakers during this most recent session had the chance to add felony provisions for animal abuse, they refused, making us the only state in the...
Tags: Trials, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
The following items were taken from Oak Park police records. Burglary A black Xbox game system and a gray 14-inch Lenovo IdeaPad laptop computer were stolen from an apartment on the 900 block of South Euclid Avenue between 12:45 and 6:20 a.m. April 8....
Tags: Theft, Vicodin (drug), Trials, Xbox 360, IBM
GAYLORD -- Duane Beach, a former chief assistant prosecutor for Emmet County who resigned on Feb. 8 following a second driving while intoxicated arrest in three weeks, pled guilty to driving while intoxicated and open intoxicants in motor vehicle on...
Tags: Trials, Police Arrests, Prosecution, Prisons, Drunk Driving
Huntington Beach council members on Monday made multiple changes to the initial draft of an ordinance regulating campaign documents. The item introduced by Councilman Joe Shaw passed on a 4-3 vote, with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper and councilmen Joe...
Tribune reporterA Hammond, Ind., man who crashed into a marked police SUV, injuring two officers and a passenger in the squad car, admitted he had drunk about 14 beers, police said. Daniel Magana, 35, of the 6600 block of Monroe Avenue in Hammond, is charged with two...
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