Crime and Courts
DeKALB – Tyler Elementary School was placed on lockdown Tuesday as DeKalb police responded to a burglary call in the area that required officers to draw their weapons.
SYCAMORE — The 24-year-old Sycamore man accused of stabbing another man after a political argument over Facebook plans to seek treatment after a judge lowered his bond Tuesday.
SYCAMORE — A judge declined to reduce bond Tuesday for a former Northern Illinois University student awaiting a second trial for allegedly shooting another student in the leg in February 2010.
SYCAMORE – Zachary Isaacman will get another opportunity to convince a judge or jury he was justified in shooting a fellow Northern Illinois University student in the leg in February 2010.
SYCAMORE – A local attorney is suing former State's Attorney Clay Campbell and other local lawyers, claiming they circulated nude photos and unflattering news accounts about her, making it difficult for her to find new clients.
SYCAMORE – One of Northern Illinois University's "coffee fund" scrap metal defendants must pay the university $4,000 by Aug. 19 under a misdemeanor plea agreement finalized Monday.
When his friend found him unconscious in her car April 2, she thought Benjamin Black has just shot heroin, court records show.
ST. CHARLES – The 28-year-old Sycamore man accused of having heroin in his system during the crash that killed 11-year-old Matthew Ranken is asking a judge to reduce his $250,000 bond.
SYCAMORE – Police are looking for a 45-year-old man accused of growing 222 marijuana plants in the basement of a Sycamore home.
DeKALB – The new DeKalb police station is 60 percent finished, and should be complete by November, the city official overseeing the project says.
DeKALB – In the month since iWatch DeKalb went live, the DeKalb police have received at least 15 tips from the public.
SYCAMORE – A registered sex offender taking a break from a motorcycle trip at a Waterman park Wednesday found himself taking a detour to DeKalb County jail.
SYCAMORE – A 45-year-old Sycamore man is serving five days in DeKalb County Jail after going to court Thursday morning with a blood-alcohol content of 0.282 percent.
DeKALB – A former DeKalb doctor accused of running a “pill mill” that allegedly contributed to three deaths was arrested Wednesday on dozens of federal charges.
SYCAMORE – A Genoa man accused of smashing his wife's face into a wall, which fractured her nose and left a cut that required staples, wants a judge to reduce his $75,000 bond Tuesday.
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