Batavia Man Convicted Of Pushing, Injuring 13-Year-OldA man was convicted Tuesday and is now facing prison time for violently pushing a 13-year-old to the ground outside of a public library.
Man Convicted Of DUI, Reckless Homicide In Fatal CrashOmar Montoya Medina, of the 100 block of East Pomeroy Street, was found guilty of two felony counts of aggravated driving under the influence causing death and two felony counts of reckless homicide, according to the DuPage County state’s attorney’s office.
Gang Leader Gets 22 Years For Selling Guns, CocaineFrancisco Masias, a Berwyn resident, was the “longtime leader” of the Gangster 2-6 Nation gang, which operated a drug trafficking organization predominantly in the Little Village neighborhood, prosecutors said.
Lockport Woman Convicted Of Defrauding Organ Donation NonprofitA jury convicted Debra A. Schultz, 46, of three counts of wire fraud for the scheme, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois.
Chicago Cop Convicted Of Perjury, 2 Others AcquittedChicago Police Officer William Pruente was convicted of perjury, official misconduct and obstruction of justice.
Reputed Gang Member Guilty In Deadly Church’s Chicken ShootingsA reputed gang member was found guilty of murder and attempted murder Wednesday for killing two teenage bystanders and wounding five others in a shooting at a crowded Englewood fast-food restaurant.
Willowbrook Businesswoman Guilty In Sham Contractor TrialWillowbrook businesswoman Elizabeth Perino was found guilty of fraud for her role in a scam to exploit a city set-aside program for woman-owned businesses.
Suburban Lawyer Guilty Of Helping Clients Cheat Way Into AsylumThe jury found Robert Dekelaita, 53, guilty of conspiracy to commit asylum fraud, procuring perjury during asylum interviews and two counts of knowingly offering false statements in asylum applications, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. He faces up to 35 years in prison.