McCullough found guilty
SYCAMORE – Loud cheers erupted from the courtroom gallery Friday as a judge declared Jack McCullough guilty on all three counts against him.
McCullough, who prosecutors said was responsible for the Dec. 3, 1957 abduction and death of Sycamore 7-year-old Maria Ridulph, remained emotionless as Kane County Associate Judge James Hallock delivered his verdict.
A sentencing hearing was set for Nov. 30. DeKalb County State's Attorney Clay Campbell said after the verdict that he wouldn't speculate on sentencing at this point, but said McCullough can choose whether to be sentenced under 1957 or current-day statutes.
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