Illinois State Police enhance gear, Aurora Police say violent crimes are down, and No Charges for Naperville Officer involved in Crash that killed an Elderly Woman

  Illinois State Police have announced continued enhancements to police technology. The Department of Innovation and Technology along with external consultants are completing the enhancements. Aurora police say violent crime reports are down for the first half of 2017 but shootings have gone up. Police say violent crimes have gone down more than 18% from… Continue reading

The Wisconsin man who Shot an Amtrak Conductor in Naperville will undergo a Mental Health Evaluation, A homeless man is denied bail after stabbing a Hinsdale woman to Death, and Aurora police are still investigating a double shooting that happened Thursday

The elderly man accused of shooting an Amtrack conductor near a downtown Naperville train station will undergo a mental health evaluation. 79-yaer-old Wisconsin resident Edward Klein is charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery after police say he shot Michael Case on May 16th. A homeless man is denied bail on first degree murder charges… Continue reading

Naperville Crimestoppers offering a $1,000 Reward for Information,Aurora Police Investigate shots fired near Grove Street, and Smart Asset names Aurora as the Top Ranked City to live “The American Dream”

Naperville Crimestoppers is offering up to a one-thousand- dollar reward for information leading to those responsible for vandalizing vending machines. The park district noticed damages to machines at two parks. Call Crimestoppers if you have any information. Aurora police are investigating shots fired on Grove Street where several officers were shot at. Police say undercover… Continue reading