A former suburban high school teacher accused of having sex with a student had entered a not guilty plea.
Remains found in a DeKalb park have been positively identified as those of missing Northern Illinois University student Antinette “Toni” Keller, more than two months after they were found.
A former teacher who admitted having an eight-month sexual relationship with a former student was sentenced to 30 months probation after pleading guilty to aggravated battery.
Confirmation is expected today for whether the remains found discovered in a park near the Northern Illinois University campus belonged to freshman Antinette “Toni” Keller.
NIU students have been staying connected through social media websites, as they await confirmation about whether remains found off-campus are that of a missing NIU freshman.
The unidentified human remains that were found in a wooded area of Prairie Park in DeKalb were discovered “early in the investigation” of a search for a missing Northern Illinois University student, police confirmed Sunday.
Northwestern Illinois Police confirm that the dorm key of a student that has been missing for six days was found in the woods Tuesday.
Police are seeking a suspect who apparently tried to sexually assault a female student in her South Loop dorm room.