Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Nothing was found in the school.
Emergency personnel responded to Montini High School in Lombard around 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday after "a bomb threat was found at the school," according to a press release by the DuPage County Sheriff's Office. The school was evacuated and nothing was found. Students were allowed back into the school around 12:10 p.m. The incident remains under investigation. It's the second bomb threat found at the school in the past three months. A bomb threat message was found on a bathroom wall Nov. 9, according to Suburban Life. Nothing was found in that incident, as well.
Friday, July 29, 2011
Sheriff John E. Zaruba announced the office's Tactical Narcotics Team arrested and charged two men with unlawful delivery of a controlled substance in Woodridge this Tuesday.
Officers from multiple law enforcement agencies seized one kilo of cocaine and arrested two men on Tuesday following a two-month undercover investigation. Officers seized the cocaine, with a street value of $300,000, following a controlled purchase at approximately 4:20 p.m. in Woodridge, according to a release issued by the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office on Friday. Alejandro Ramirez, 38, of Chicago, is charged with two counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance. Jaime Cabrera, 38, of Berwyn, is charged with one count of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance. Officers also seized two vehicles during the arrest. Members of the Woodridge, Lisle and Naperville police departments assisted in the investigation. According to …
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
After several instances of vandalism earlier this year, park district staff are asking residents to report suspicious activity to the police.
While Glen Ellyn residents are dealing with a series of stolen yard signs, unknown vandals have had their fun in Lisle, too. Director of parks and recreation Dan Garvy issued a memo detailing recent acts of vandalism in parks throughout the village for this week's regular board meeting. Incidents damaged features in eight parks (located on the map to the right), including Beaubien, Community, Kingston and Woodglen parks. According to staff notes these incidents began in April and occurred as recently as the second week of July. While the Lisle Police Department has confirmed knowledge of these incidents, and Garvy said at the meeting that police come out to photograph and guarantee the work isn't gang related, formal police reports are not…