Man Sentenced To 60 Years For Killing 12-Year-Old Girl Who Screamed, 'Daddy, Don't!'
Former North Aurora Pastor Sentenced For Sexually Assaulting Teen GirlRalphael J. Robinson was arrested and charged in April 2016 with aggravated criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sex abuse.
Man Sentenced To 12 Years For Hitting Man With Nail Gun During Cary Home InvasionEdward Zegers, 53, pleaded guilty to home invasion and domestic battery, according to the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office.
Aurora Man Sentenced For Attempting To Buy Sex From MinorAn Aurora man was sentenced to three years in prison on Friday after pleading guilty for traveling to meet a minor for sex last year.
Final Defendant Gets 7 Years In Facebook Live Beating, Torture CaseTwenty-year-old Tesfaye Cooper pleaded guilty this month to committing a hate crime and aggravated kidnapping.
Man Gets 76-Year Sentence For 2010 Murder Of Chicago Police Officer David BlakeProsecutors said that Blake, 45, had been a friend and mentor to Bernard Williams – then the teenage brother of Blake’s girlfriend.
Chicago Man Gets Over 4 Years For Selling Illegal Guns From IndianaRicky Hatchet, 25, bought the guns from an unlicensed individual in Bloomington on three separate occasions in 2015, according to the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois.
Former Attorney Gets Over 4 Years For Stealing $1M From Estates Of Dead ClientsRobert B. Beck, 50, of Mount Prospect, pleaded guilty in September to a single felony count of theft between $500,000 and $1 million, according to the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office.
Blair Holt's Killer Gets 75 Years At Resentencing Hearing"The defendant's actions were evil, they were cold, they were calculated, they were premeditated; with the specific intent to kill," Judge Matthew Coghlan said in court.
Former City Tow Truck Driver Gets 9 Years For Bribery SchemeCook County Circuit Court Judge Lawrence Flood sentenced Lennie Perry to nine years in the Illinois Department of Corrections followed by three years of supervised release, according to a statement from the Chicago Office of Inspector General.
Con Man Gets 12 Years For $23 Million Sports Memorabilia FraudKnowing he would soon be sentenced for a brazen $23 million scam involving scores of phony pieces of sports memorabilia, an Arkansas con man looked at his oldest son in court and said, “I screwed it up.”