Theresa Neubauer

Feds Seek Prison Time For Contaminated Crestwood Water CaseThe government is asking a federal judge to give the former Crestwood police chief and a former water department operator up to 21 and 27 months in prison, respectively, for their roles in a scheme to use polluted well water in the village’s water supply for more than two decades.
Ex-Crestwood Water Official Guilty Of Lying To InvestigatorsThe former Crestwood water department head accused of lying to investigators about the village’s use of tainted well water in its drinking supply has been found guilty of the federal charges.
Jury Deliberating In Tainted Crestwood Water TrialA prosecutor told jurors before they began deliberations Friday that a one-time suburban Chicago water official lied about drawing village water from a well tainted with a cancer-causing chemical, while her attorney declared her a scapegoat of an inner circle of powerful men.
Jury Selection Underway In Trial Of Former Crestwood Water OfficialUnderway at this hour, jury selection in the case of contaminated water in far south suburban Crestwood, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Former Crestwood Official Pleads Guilty To Lying About Tainted WaterCrestwood’s former certified water operator pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges that he lied to regulators about mixing water from a tainted well with the village water supply.
August Trial Scheduled For Two Indicted In Crestwood Water ScandalTwo south suburban Crestwood officials indicted on federal charges in the village’s tainted drinking water scandal will be going to trial in August, according to a recent U.S. District Court filing.
Crestwood Top Cop Pleads Not Guilty In Water ScandalThe police chief of Crestwood has been temporarily relieved her job after pleading not guilty to a water quality charge in federal court.
Crestwood Officials Charged With Lying About Water WellTwo officials in south suburban Crestwood have been indicted by federal prosecutors, on charges that they lied for more than 20 years about using well water to supplement the supply the town receives from Lake Michigan.