Will County has agreed to pay $126,500 to settle a lawsuit brought by a suburban cop whom the Will County sheriff wrongly accused of being the “Honeybee killer,” the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
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.
Will County sheriff’s police have officially closed the “Honeybee” murder investigation.
ORLAND PARK, Ill. (WBBM) – Jason McDaniel, along with his wife and toddler daughter, accepted a plaque, engraved bible and gift certificate from the pastor of Ashburn Baptist Church in south suburban Orland Park this […]
A man who once worked with the suspected “honeybee killer” describes how Gary Amaya pulled a gun on him – twice.
The tanning salon chain awarded Jason McDaniel $5,000 for his bravery for disarming Gary Amaya, the suspected “Honeybee Killer.”
A man in the Morris area who knew suspect Gary Amaya when he lived there says he was quiet, humorless and reclusive.
CHICAGO (WBBM/CBS) – The woman who says she was almost another victim of “honeybee killer” suspect Gary Amaya is telling her chilling story of survival to the Chicago Sun-Times. LISTEN: Newsradio 780’s Bernie Tafoya Reports […]
Authorities on Thursday confirmed that a gun used in the robbery of an Orland Park tanning salon was the same gun used in an October shooting spree, but stopped short of saying the suspect in the two cases is one and the same.
Just days after a gunman was shot to death by a customer-turned-hero, an Orland Park tanning salon is stepping up security. And, as CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports, employees are finding security in each other, too.
Surveillance video from the weekend robbery and subsequent shooting at an LA Tan in Orland Park was released Tuesday.
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.
It’s likely investigators will comment today as evidence mounts that the gunman killed at an Orland Park tanning salon over the weekend, was the “honeybee killer.”
The pistol used in a weekend robbery at an Orland Park tanning parlor is the same weapon that killed a man and wounded two others during a two-state shooting spree in October.
Company gives Jason McDaniel a $5,000 reward and a lifetime of free tanning — for turning the tables on a suspected killer.
Rankin, Ill. neighbors of Gary Amaya had no suspicions that he may have been the gunman in an October shooting spree that straddled two states.