Joliet police news and information from Shaw Local
Seven 9 mm shell casings were found in the drive-up lane to the front entrance of a Joliet area school during the investigation of a 2022 shooting that left a teen wounded, prosecutors said.
A judge may decide on Oct. 10. whether Aiello should remain in jail.
City explores use of cameras to keep track of where semitrailers are going to help residential areas.
A former investigator for the Will County Public Defender’s Office allegedly drove at 111 mph while under the influence of PCP and other drugs in a fiery crash in 2022 that killed a doctor in Joliet, court records show.
Two Joliet brothers are accused of attempting to kill their sister’s boyfriend in a July 2 shooting that apparently left him paralyzed, court records show.
A Joliet man already facing a charge of possessing a stolen gun now faces new charges that claim he sexually assaulted two female minors about a decade ago.
A Joliet man has been charged with the reckless homicide of two elderly people in a deadly crash that occurred last year in Homer Glen.
A 28-year-old patron of Double J Sports Bar in Joliet was accused of acting "irate and yelling obscenities at other bar patrons," police said.
After Joliet police arrested the man accused of striking a liquor store employee, he was released from custody and given notice to appear in court on probable cause of battery, aggravated assault and resisting a police officer.
The crash involving a 15-year-old driver of a stolen vehicle and a 15-year-old old passenger occurred early Friday morning at Ingalls Avenue and Krings Lane in Joliet, police said.
A Joliet police officer plans to appeal a federal judge’s ruling that dismissed her lawsuit against the city and a police sergeant that lasted for five years.
A second teen was apprehended in Tijuana, Mexico charges alleging he and another teen shot and killed a 20-year-old man on June 6 in Joliet.
A man has been charged with promoting prostitution in Joliet and criminal sexual assault of a minor.
A man was arrested after he was accused of battering an elderly man at Laundry World in Joliet, police said.
A judge allowed the felony convictions vacated for former Joliet Police Officer Brian Nagra, who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $10,000 by submitting false time sheets. Nagra's attorney says his client will still have his police pension.