Monday, March 11, 2013
Crystal Lake Central student Luke Patrick Gildea has been released on a $15,000 bail.
A Crystal Lake Central High School student accused of planting a camera in a boy's locker room is out on bail following a court appearance Friday, according to the Northwest Herald. The Northwest Herald reports a $15,000 bond was set for Luke Patrick Gildea, 17, of Crystal Lake, who is accused of videotaping "subjects entering and exiting the shower," according to the criminal complaint. Gildea is a student at the school, which is located at 45 West Franklin Street in Crystal Lake. Gildea faces two felony counts of unauthorized videotaping, according to online court records. He is next expected in court on March 12. Gildea was arrested Thursday. And an automated e-mail statement was sent to Crystal Lake Central parents on Thursday …
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Video recording device was found by a student in the boys athletic locker room at Crystal Lake Central High School, school officials said.
UPDATE: 6:45 p.m. Crystal Lake Police are interviewing a person of interest regarding the pin-hole camera found in the boys' athletic locker room Thursday at Crystal Lake Central High School, according to Police Cmdr. Dan Dziewior. "We are interviewing a person of interest at this time, which may result in resolution and criminal charges," Dziewior said. ___________________ UPDATE: 5:30 p.m. Crystal Lake Police issued a press release stating that the video recording device found today at Crystal Lake Central High School is a "pin-hole" camera. The camera is a stand-alone device, which does not possess the capability of main streaming video to a wireless system, according to police. The Crystal Lake Police Department will be using a …
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Luke P. Gildea, 17, of Crystal Lake, was arrested Thursday and charged with unauthorized video recording.
Crystal Lake Police have made an arrest in the case of a pin-hole camera found Thursday in the boys' athletic locker room at Crystal Lake Central High School. Luke P. Gildea, 17, of Crystal Lake, has been charged with two counts of unauthorized video recording. One count is a class 4 felony, and the second is a class 3 felony involving a victim under 18 years old, Crystal Lake Police Cmdr. Dan Dziewior stated in a press release issued late Thursday night. Gildea is a student at the school, which is located at 45 W. Franklin St. Gildea was expected to be transported to the McHenry County Jail in Woodstock, where his bond hearing is set for 8 a.m. Friday at the McHenry County Courthouse. "The department continues to work closely with …
Sunday, January 27, 2013
The Tiger Varsity Dance Team won the IHSA Class 2 A State Championship on Saturday in Bloomington.
UPDATE: Saturday, Jan. 26, 10 p.m. The Crystal Lake Central Varsity Dance Team won the Class 2A State Dance Championship on Saturday, at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington. The team had danced its way into the finals after advancing from the preliminary round on Friday. Crystal Lake Central won the Class 2A title with a score of 90.32, slightly edging out Lake Forest, which had a score of 89.88, according to the IHSA results page. To see Central's performance, click on this link to the IHSA video coverage, and scroll forward to 1:12 hour/minutes into the footage. Congratulations Tigers! __________________________________________ Original Article: Posted Friday, Jan. 25, 10 p.m. Looks like the Crystal Lake Central Varsity Dance Team …
Monday, November 12, 2012
Cary-Grove Trojans football team on Saturday afternoon beat rivals Crystal Lake Central Tigers in a close quarterfinals game, 7-0.
The Cary-Grove Trojans will be advancing in the Illinois High School Association's varsity football playoffs. In a very close game on Saturday afternoon in Cary, the Trojans beat cross-district rival, the Crystal Lake Central Tigers, 7-0. Fans from both schools packed the spectator stands, and many onlookers watched from outside the field. The Trojans and Tigers were neck and neck most of the game. A couple turnovers in the fourth quarter presented the Tigers with an opportunity to tie it up, but they were unable to advance the ball. The Trojans will play next weekend in Lake Forest for a semifinal game. Congratulations to the Trojans, and congratulations to the Tigers on a great season!
Sunday, September 2, 2012
It was standing-room only Friday night as the CLS Gators welcomed cross-town rivals, the CL Tigers to their field.
The weather was warm, the moon was full (although partly hidden behind the clouds), and the stands were packed with fans eager for a good Friday night football game. The evening began with the sophomore squads from Crystal Lake South and Crystal Lake Central competing. The match was somewhat close, but the South Gators won by a score of 14-7. Then, the big boys took to the Ken Bruhn Field. Both teams had hundreds of fans, many painted green or orange from head to toe. Some onlookers were armed with horns, and others made noise the old-fashioned way- screaming and cheering. The Crystal Lake South marching band, color guard and poms gave a great performance, even playing the Tigers school song in a good-will gesture to their cross-town …