Friday, June 15, 2012
DuPage County Judge Elizabeth Sexton set bail for Michael J. Moreno at $750,000 Thursday. He is charged with driving under the influence of marijuana during a fatal motorcycle accident on Ogden Avenue in Naperville on Wednesday.
A DuPage County judge has set bail at $750,000 for a Plainfield man charged with aggravated reckless driving in Naperville after his car crashed into a motorcycle, killing a Lombard man Wednesday. Michael J. Moreno, 31, of the 11700 block of Presley Circle in Plainfield, is being held on $750,000 bail and charged with aggravated reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident involving the death of another, possession of cannabis and obstructing a peace officer, DuPage County State's Attorney Robert B. Berlin said in a news release. Naperville Police issued a news release early Thursday morning and said Moreno was driving under the influence of marijuana. Earlier: Plainfield Man Charged in Fatal Motorcycle Accident on Ogden Avenue …
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Friends, friends and community members gathered to remember Naperville resident Alexis Banuelos, and Plainfield residents Brian Herrera and Tyler Montgomery Wednesday night.
Sunday, April 8, 2012
Seventeen-year-old Amber Elizabeth Adams was declared dead on the scene of a three-car accident on I-355 near the I-88 on-ramp, according to a report from Chicago Tribune.
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Sunday, April 8, 2012
Seventeen-year-old Amber Adams of Park City was identified as the fatality of a three-car accident on I-355 Saturday morning, according to a report from Chicago Tribune. Read their account of the accident. Illinois State Police told Patch on Saturday that two other individuals were injured in the accident. The Woodridge teen driving the vehicle was cited for improper lane usage, according to the Chicago Tribune's report.
Friday, January 6, 2012
A Benedictine University student was cited for failure to yield following the Halloween collision.
Lisle Police issued a single citation for failure to yield following a fatal accident in front of Benedictine University on Halloween 2011. Lisle resident Salvatore J. Cacciato, 64, was headed southbound on College Road on his motorcycle shortly after 9 p.m. that evening when he collided with a motorist attempting to leave one of the university's parking lots. Lisle Police said Cacciato died from injuries sustained in the incident, but were still investigating the crash as of Patch's last update on Nov. 9. Patch obtained a copy of the accident report through a Freedom of Information Act request. Mohammad Z. Taqvi, 19, of Bloomingdale, who identifies himself as a commuter student, told officers he was returning home following an evening …
Friday, September 23, 2011
William A. Howe died Friday afternoon, according to a report from the Naperville Sun.
The Naperville man accused of causing a fatal accident on I-88 last month died Friday afternoon, according to a report from the Naperville Sun. Previously on Patch: William A. Howe's vehicle was seen driving the wrong way down the westbound lanes of I-88 on Aug. 6, and witnesses reported Howe was throwing cash from the windows. According to police, his vehicle collided head-on with a Toyota Corolla. Two Elmhurst residents died following the accident. Passengers in two other vehicles involved in the crash were not harmed. Howe was transferred from Edward Hospital in Naperville to Loyola University Hospital in Maywood, where he died, according to the Naperville Sun report. The former dentist had a history of driving under the influence …
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Driver of the Porsche that caused the crash still has not been identified.
See our previous coverage: The 43-year-old driver of the Porsche that struck and killed two Elmhurst residents last weekend on Interstate 88 was reportedly throwing wads of cash out of the window of his car and swerving all over the road immediately prior to the crash. TribLocal is reporting that an Aurora woman who was traveling eastbound on I-88 Saturday evening saw "money flying all over the road." She said drivers were pulling over onto the shoulder to grab whatever money they could, almost causing an accident. The Porsche driver's erratic behavior continued until he used an emergency turnaround near Morton Arboretum in Lisle and headed eastbound in the westbound lanes, crashing head-on into a Toyota Corolla. The passengers in that …