Stories from the Kane County Courthouse
An 18-year-old East Dundee man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in the June 2020 murder of a man outside a Carpentersville apartment.
A Huntley man, previously convicted in the 1990s of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in prison for a separate possession of child pornography conviction.
Jean Micklevitz, 65, was charged with two felony counts of aggravated battery to a child under 13 in October 2019.
A Carpentersville man was found guilty Thursday of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.
A Geneva man who lives less than a half-mile from the Holmstad in Batavia, is suing the senior living facility, alleging that he contracted Legionnaires’ disease from contaminated vapor released from its cooling tower because of the company’s negligence in not properly maintaining and cleaning its water system.
A man was arrested after authorities discovered his DNA matched evidence found at the scene of a burglary almost 3 years ago in East Dundee.
A DeKalb man is suing two lawyers in Kane County alleging that they engaged in a “sexually charged” relationship with his fiancee – and at her urging amid nude photos of herself – led him to plead guilty to a felony so she would win a custody dispute with him over their two children.
An East Dundee man who was charged with felony violation of a no-contact order is now serving a 90-day jail sentence after a Kane County judge revoked his probation for contacting yet another person he was supposed to stay away from.
A Kane County jury on March 19 found an Elgin man guilty of armed robbery of a gas station with a firearm, Class X felony.