Friday, January 11, 2013
Two brothers—one from Joliet and the other from California—were arrested Friday by Mokena police.
Mokena police arrested two brothers Friday morning in connection with a stolen vehicle report. According to police, the details of the incident are still be investigated. But two brothers, 20-year-old Javier Reyna of Joliet and 22-year-old Leonardo Reyna of San Ysidro, CA, were arrested in the wee hours of the morning by Mokena police. They were charged with possession of a stolen car and the manufacture of marijuana between 10 and 30 grams. They were booked into Will County jail at 5:17 a.m. Friday. No bond information is currently available, but the Reyna brothers are scheduled to appear in court at 9 a.m. Jan. 12. Police blotter information is provided by the Mokena Police Department. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a …
Friday, December 7, 2012
An argument got way out of hand and resulted in gun shots fired.
An argument in the wee hours of the morning Friday boiled over into a reckless and dangerous situation. Gun shots were fired in the 2100 block of Cattlemen Drive. No one was injured, but two men were arrested in the aftermath. According to New Lenox Police, Timothy Colanto, 25, of the 2000 block of Sanford Avenue, was charged with three felonies: aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, reckless discharge of a weapon and using a gun while his FIOD card had been revoked. Colanto's bond was set at $10,000. Joe Gonzalez, 39, of the 2100 block of Cattlemen Drive, was charged with battery. Are you a true fan of crime? "Like" the Crime-n-Shame Facebook page, where mischief and mayhem are revealed. Shortly after 4 a.m. police were called to the …
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Also, evidence exchanged in case involving an Oak Lawn home invasion, kidnapping and attempted murder.
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- Jesse Marx
Saturday, December 3, 2011
The Southland's major criminal and civil cases heard in Cook County and Will County courts this week. FRANKFORT — The Will County jailhouse will not be required to stop filming the private conversations of a man on trial for murder, but it will need permission before printing those videos again, a Will County judge ordered on Monday. Last year Brian Trainauskas, who was charged with first-degree murder and then solicitation of murder, alleged that a Will County sheriff’s deputy attacked him to force a confession. His attorney, George Andrews, said he became worried about their privacy when a subsequent internal affairs investigation produced a silent videotape of him and his client conversing over a laptop. In court, Andrews argued the …