Month in Review: Authorities Strike Gold, Man Charged in Home Invasion, Locals Launch Business
A look back at the top stories in Glen Ellyn during the month of September.
September was a busy month for news in Glen Ellyn. Let's stop and take a look back at some of the top news stories for the month.
William E. Brock was indicted in California in connection with conspiring to distribute marijuana. Authorities found $1.3 million in gold and silver at his Ogden Avenue storage unit.
There are 13 registered sex offenders listed as living in Glen Ellyn, according to the Illinois Sex Offender Registry. See what else we discovered about them.
Jeffrey H. Beard, 64, of the 1400 block of Avery Avenue, Wheaton, was charged with home invasion after he entered a Glen Ellyn home brandishing a gun and threatened the occupants.
An 11-month-old child was bitten in the face Monday by a 2-year-old pit bull Terrier.
John Shurna, a graduate of Glenbard West signed a deal Monday with the Knicks.
A physics teacher from Glenbard South is one of nine finalists for the Teacher of the Year.
A Glen Ellyn couple has opened Bottle & Bottega, which offers an evening of painting in a party environment.
Lawrence Leland “Lee” Loomis, 54, of Granite Bay, CA, was indicted Friday. He dealt with Glen Ellyn residents as the owner of the Glendale Heights-based Advantage Group Inc.
The Glen Ellyn Police Department reports for Sept. 3-9.
Officials are asking the public to contact law enforcement with any information related to the arrest of Robert Theodore, 60, of Woodridge, who was actively training track and cross country athletes.
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