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Those with information are asked to contact the Oswego Police at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (630)-551-7300 and reference Incident #21-29555.
Oswego Police Public Information Officer Cathy Nevara said officers investigating the report determined the voicemail originated outside of Illinois and was made “as a response to an online video of the July 12 Board of Education meeting.
According to police reports, Vasquez was giving a ride to eight teenage passengers in her five-passenger Infiniti sedan early in the morning of Feb. 11, 2007, when the vehicle slammed into a utility pole along the east side of Route 31 near River Run Boulevard.
The website also states that the district’s directive “is subject to change based upon changes in applicable factors, including an increase in COVID-19 rates or revised public health guidance.”
Under the state’s updated guidance, temporary distance learning “only need to be available to students who are both ineligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and are on quarantine.
In a press statement, police said the burglary occurred between Jan. 1 and June 30 and was reported to them July 26.
In a press statement, the sheriff’s office said the driver was transported to Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
Police said Hala S. Shaar was ticketed for speeding in excess of 26-34 mph over the the posted speed limit and failure to reduce speed to avoid a crash.