Sunday, January 27, 2013
There are warrants out for the arrest of more than 100 accused criminals in the Lincoln-Way communities of New Lenox, Mokena and Frankfort. These warrants are for criminal trespass.
There are warrants out for the arrest of more than 100 accused criminals in the Lincoln-Way communities of New Lenox, Mokena and Frankfort. The Will County Sheriff's Department last updated its warrants list on Jan. 25, 2013. The list below pertains to people wanted for criminal trespass. The information above should not be construed as authority to apprehend anyone yourself. Any information regarding warrants should be passed on to the Will County Sheriff's Office at 815-727-8575 or the Sheriff's Office tip line. Like New Lenox Patch on Facebook Like Mokena Patch on Facebook Like Frankfort Patch on Facebook
Friday, February 17, 2012
Pretrial hearings begin March 16 for Michael J. Angel.
A former Lincoln-Way High School District 210 employee pleaded not guilty to criminal trespassing on school grounds. Michael J. Angel, 43, was accused last month of walking on Lincoln-Way East High School with a youth baseball organization, in violation of an agreement he signed with administrators in February 2009 stating he was not allowed back on district property without the consent of the superintendent. He was arrested last spring for a similar offense and pleaded guilty, but then failed to show to followup court hearings. Public records show that a "Michael J. Angel" was employed at D210 as an accounting teacher until 2009, but district staff have repeatedly declined to discuss Angel's employment background. In court, Angel told …
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Michael Angel, a former District 210 employee accused of trespassing and of running from a Frankfort police officer a few days later, will go before a judge on both charges on March 9.
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- Jesse Marx
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Separate cases against a former Lincoln-Way High School District 210 employee accused of trespassing will be heard at the same time in March, with the possibility of being resolved collectively. Michael Angel, 42, of Frankfort, was accused last spring of trespassing on school grounds after being fired. He pleaded guilty in mid-August, receiving one year of supervision, but failed to show to subsequent status hearings in late August and November. Prosecutors were looking to modify the terms of a settlement giving Angel permission to coach youth football on school grounds on certain weekends. Days later, after allegedly running from a Frankfort police officer with a warrant, Angel was dragged before a judge via video and charged also with …