An individual is in custody as Tinley Park Police are investigating the death of a woman in the Brookside Glen subdivision. The incident poses no danger to the community, police say.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Vince
Thursday, December 20, 2012
One woman is dead and a person is in custody Wednesday in what was described as "a domestic case" in the Brookside Glen neighborhood. "Police are stressing that the incident does not pose a danger to the community," a village press release stated. READ: Bus Routes Canceled Due to Police Investigation Tinley Park Police running a death investigation at a house in the 19700 block of Silverside Drive after responded to a call at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 17., the release stated. The body of the woman was found in a neighbor's yard, according to a Sun-Times Media report. The names of woman and the man in custody have not been released. Cars slowed down as they approached two houses near the intersection of Silverside and Brookside Glen …
The police investigation of a Brookside Glen fatality left many District 161 students stuck at school. Parents received calls from the district to pick up their children.
Several bus routes in Summit Hill School District 161 did not run Wednesday afternoon due to a police investigation of a reported fatality in the Brookside Glen neighborhood in Tinley Park. Eight buses with stops in Brookside Glen were canceled, said D161 Superintendent Barb Rains. Rains said the cancellations were made because police barricades would have interfered with the ability of the buses to make scheduled stops. Rains said the district didn’t want to risk dropping students in unfamiliar areas. “We wanted to keep our students as safe as possible,” said Rains. Students were kept at school until they could be picked up. All district parents received an email about the cancellations and parents whose children were affected also …