It might be two weeks before a DeKalb County judge rules whether the man who pleaded guilty to the murder of Northern Illinois University student Toni Keller can change that plea.
William “Billy” Curl had been scheduled to stand trial next week for the murder of Antinette “Toni” Keller, an art student at NIU, in October 2010. He had been charged with first-degree murder, criminal sexual assault and arson in connection with Keller’s death.
There appears to be a plea deal in the works for a 36-year-old DeKalb man about to go on trial for the murder of a Northern Illinois University freshman.
A spring trial date has been set for the man accused of killing Northern Illinois University student Antinette Keller.
Northern Illinois University will hold a vigil tonight, one year after the body of a missing student was found in a DeKalb park.
More evidence has been given to an attorney representing a DeKalb man charged in the death of a slain NIU student.
Court appearances are scheduled today for defendants in two high-profile Illinois murder cases.
A grand jury has indicted William Curl on five counts of first-degree murder in last October’s death of Northern Illinois University student Antinette Keller.
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.
DNA evidence is at the center of a status hearing today, in the murder of Northern Illinois University student Antinette “Toni” Keller.
Prosecutors say William Curl could face death penalty if convicted.
A 34-year-old Illinois man is in custody on $5 million bail in the slaying of Northern Illinois University freshman Antinette “Toni” Keller.