Shaun Wild

Daniel J. Olaska (Naperville Police Dept.)

Suspect Pleads Not Guilty To Stabbing Naperville Teacher To Death

A Naperville man has pleaded not guilty to the stabbing death of a school teacher inside a nightclub last month.

CBS Chicago–03/20/2012

Daniel J. Olaska (Naperville Police Dept.)

Attorney Seeks Lower Bond For Teacher’s Alleged Killer

A hearing has been postponed for the man accused of killing a popular teacher during a bar fight.

CBS Chicago–02/17/2012

Daniel Olaska (Naperville Police Department)

Prosecutors Want Higher Bond For Naperville Teacher’s Alleged Killer

A judge will consider increasing or revoking the $3 million bond of Daniel Olaska at a Feb. 17 hearing. Meanwhile, the victim he allegedly murdered was remembered at a Wisconsin visitation.

02/09/2012

Shaun Wild, 24, a 2nd grade teacher and North Central College graduate, was stabbed to death during a dispute at a bar in Naperville on Feb. 4, 2012. (Photo courtesy: North Central College)

Naperville Grade School Begins To Cope With Loss Of Slain Teacher

Parents and children on Monday were trying to come to grips with the weekend stabbing death of Naperville second-grade teacher Shaun Wild. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports.

02/06/2012

Draft Beer

In Wake Of Stabbing, Naperville Councilman Fights Lenient Liquor Law

When the Naperville City Council meets tomorrow night, one member wants to revisit a new, looser liquor law that is due to take effect on May 1.

CBS Chicago–02/06/2012

Daniel Olaska (Naperville Police Department)

$3M Bond For Suspect In Teacher’s Stabbing Death

Two men who had never met are now forever connected; one man is dead, killed in a stabbing at a bar in Naperville; the other is being held on $3 million bond, charged with murder.

CBS Chicago–02/05/2012

Daniel J. Olaska (Naperville Police Dept.)

Man Charged With Fatal Stabbing Of Teacher At Naperville Bar

Shaun Wild, a recent North Central College graduate, was fatally stabbed while attempting to stop a man from attacking his former football teammate — two-year All-Conference defensive end William Hayes III.

02/04/2012