A Naperville man has pleaded not guilty to the stabbing death of a school teacher inside a nightclub last month.
A hearing has been postponed for the man accused of killing a popular teacher during a bar fight.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.