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Police & Fire
Minooka Police Reports: Nov. 12 - 13.
Government, Police & Fire
A special prosecutor brought in to try Will County Board member Steve Wilhelmi's son for battery dropped the case but is still going after two pals of the young man. The fathers of these two men are not on the county board.
Police & Fire, Sports
The Cooperstown catcher's drunken driving case was postponed again.
Channahon Police Blotter: Nov. 16 to 20.
Missing mother Linda Fellenbaum—who is wanted on an arrest warrant—was tossed out of her Hinsdale apartment a month and a half before she vanished. Her toddler son remains missing as well.
Drew Peterson defense attorney Joseph "Shark" Lopez called blaming him and his co-counsel for helping send quadruple-killer Christopher Vaughn to prison "desperate."
Kirk Adams, a 47-year-old Joliet resident, was struck near Rowell Avenue and Manhattan Road in Joliet Township.
Christopher Vaughn got separate life sentences for the murders of his wife and three children.
The Drew Peterson media circus prevented Vaughn from getting a fair trial, his lawyer said, and the wife-killer's attorneys didn't help things either.
The victim has been identified by the Will County Coroner's Office as Kirk Adams, but no other details were available Monday night.
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