Jeffrey Tackes, the former Niles North math teacher and cheerleading coach who resigned , plead guilty at the DuPage County Courthouse in Wheaton Thursday
team to his Bensenville home on Dec. 15. After the party had ended, two students stayed behind and played strip poker with Tackes, the Chicago Tribune reports. Tackes also exposed himself to the minors, who were 16 and 17.
Tackes was sentenced to 250 hours of community service and probation, the Tribune reported. He will also have to register as a sex offender for the next 10 years.
The allegations were brought to light on Feb. 13, 2012 when Tackes was charged.
He was accused of coercing a Niles North student younger than 17 years old to remove her clothing for his sexual arousal or gratification, Bensenville police said. Tackes resigned one day after being charged. the 14 months from the time of the incident until he resigned.
The Algonquin Police Department who drove up to a girl and asked if she needed a ride home Tuesday afternoon.
The incident occurred at Barrett Drive and Broadsmore Drive in Algonquin at 3:45 p.m., according to an Algonquin Police Department press release.
as a black male in his 20s or 30s who was bald with a clean, shaved face, according to the news release. The vehicle was described as an older dark red or maroon minivan with small wheels and rust spots.
The girl fled the scene and the vehicle left in an unknown direction. in Algonquin have been reported this year, including and three in January
in July 2009 to three years probation for his part in an alcohol-related snowmobile accident that took news anchor Randy Salerno's life has been charged with DUI.
Scott D. Hirschey, 49, 1919 Blue Pine Drive, Crystal Lake, , by Crystal Lake Police.
Hirschey , one count of driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood-alcohol content of .08 and one count of illegal possession/ transportation of liquor, according to reports released by the CLPD.
while outside a St. Louis apartment building on Aug. 18, authorities said.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Megan Boken was found about 2:20 p.m. Saturday with gunshots to her neck and chest. She was taken to a nearby hospital where she was later pronounced dead. Witnesses told police they’d seen Boken arguing with a man who was either exiting her vehicle or had opened the door to it.
No charges have been filed.
One day after in Evanston, police report that three students were the victims of another armed robbery early Sunday morning.
As of Thursday, . Records show in the robbery was used at 7-Eleven, 3441 Church St., Skokie, at 1:35 a.m. Sunday.
The students, all female, were walking in the 2000 block of Pratt Court, near Foster Street, around 1:10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 19, when two men approached them, according to a press release from the . One of the men pulled out a silver handgun and demanded that they hand over their valuables, police said.
The man with the gun stole one woman's purse and her cell phone, then took the purses of her two companions. He and the other man ran away on foot, heading west on Foster Street, according to police.
According to the Palatine Police Department, 21-year-old Corey Frazier of Palatine was the aggressor in the physical altercation that resulted in .
Before Frazier suffered multiple stab wounds, the 21-year-old severely beat the suspect. Witnesses told police Frazier repeatedly punched the 22-year-old man in the head.
concludes an 8 month period during which Frazier threatened 22-year-old man with physical harm. Neighbors said Frazier and the 22-year-old man were involved in a verbal altercation over a dog shortly before the stabbing at the 700 block of E. Rand Grove Lane in Palatine.
Tanner Conroyd, on Sunday after an argument with family members sparked a search from Chicago to Normal, was located safe in a Chicago hospital, the Kane County Sheriff’s Office reported Thursday shortly before 12:30 p.m.
“At approximately 11:15 a.m. was contacted by a Chicago area hospital who confirmed that Tanner is at their facility and being treated,” sheriff’s Lt. Pat Gengler wrote in a release. “The Sheriff’s Office is not releasing the name of the facility or going into details of her condition. Based on the information that we have she was not the victim of foul play.”
According to Gengler, detectives were told by hospital staff that it was the media that led them to realizing who she was and led them to call the sheriff’s office with the information.