The man who is trying to unseat Will County State’s Attorney Jim Glasgow is getting help campaigning from a police officer wrongly accused of murder by Glasgow two years ago.
He was thrown in jail, accused of being the “Honeybee Killer.” Now, he’s fighting back. Brian Dorian is now suing Will County for being wrongly arrested and charged with another man’s crimes. He vented his frustration on Tuesday in an exclusive interview with CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole.
A south suburban police officer has filed a federal lawsuit seeking more than $10 million, after he was arrested and pegged as the “Honey Bee Killer” responsible for a two-state shooting spree last year.
Members of Brian Dorian’s family are relieved that a man suspected of being the “honeybee killer” no longer is a threat to anyone but they’re still angry the Lynwood police officer originally was charged and released in the case.
The Lynwood police officer who was wrongly accused of murder in the two-state “honeybee shooting spree” in October has broken his silence now that it appears the real killer is dead.
Attorneys for a suburban police officer falsely accused in a deadly two-state shooting spree say he has been receiving hate mail since he was cleared.
Two months after apparently random shootings terrorized residents along the Illinois-Indiana state line the trail for the fugitive has grown cold.
Has the trail gone cold, in the search for the suspect who went on a fatal two-state shooting spree?
Brian Dorian’s boss had some advice for the Lynwood cop charged with gunning down three men in a two-state shooting spree: Sue Will County.
The tips have slowed but two dozen investigators continue to doggedly hunt for a killer.
Expert says eyewitnesses can be overrated.
Will County arrested and charged the wrong man. It’s not the first time, and now, a challenger to the sheriff says it’s time for change.
“Eyewitnesses are overrated as evidence of a person’s guilt.”
The decision to drop charges against Dorian does not surprise those who knew him.
Prosecutors have dropped murder charges against Lynwood police officer Brian Dorian, who had been arrested last week as the suspect in a bi-state shooting spree.
Murder charges were dropped against a Lynwood police officer accused of a deadly two-state shooting spree.
The Lynwood police officer charged in the so-called “State Line” murder case has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first-degree murder.
Brian Dorian’s friends and family say the Lynwood police officer is being portrayed inaccurately and that authorities have the wrong man.
A south suburban police officer charged in a fatal two-state shooting spree is expected to appear at the Will County Courthouse in Wheaton for a bond hearing Tuesday.
The off-duty police officer charged in this week’s two-state shooting spree was involved in a fatal July 2006 accident that killed a Crete teen.