Stories about Romeoville
Romeoville police officers made the arrest last week after they were provided information about the suspect from the Tallahassee Police Department in Florida.
The charges alleged the man “knowingly made a video record” of another person without their consent in a restroom at a business in the Romeoville.
No injuries were reported at the fire on Christmas Eve at a pole building occupied by a commercial trucking business in Lockport Township.
Road crews took their plows to the streets early Thursday bracing for what could come as temperatures drop and wind speeds rise overnight. The forecast is for wind gusts as high as 50 mph.
The National Weather Service is anticipating increasing wind gusts that will lead to blowing snow and low visibility overnight and Friday, along with dangerously cold wind chills that can cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 20 minutes.
Brian Ortiz, 24, was booked into the Will County jail after he was accused of shooting his brother in the leg in Romeoville.
A 67-year-old man in Romeoville landed in the Will County jail after he was accused of brandishing a revolver and firing shots at another man, who managed to strike him with a shovel, according to a prosecutor.
Two people were arrested by Illinois State Police as part of a Alcohol Countermeasure Enforcement surveillance that enforces "underage drinking laws and save lives by preventing impaired driving crashes and fatalities," police said.
Mahmoud Abushalanfah was arrested on felony charges of violating the Illinois Counterfeit Trademark Act after he was accused of selling counterfeit wristwatches to undercover officers, according to Joliet police.
A Will County sheriff’s lieutenant’s May 10 shooting of a Crest Hill man who took hostages at a Romeoville bank is under review by Will County prosecutors, according to police.
Water commission members meet with potential contractors on Wednesday to prepare for 60-mile pipeline project.
A Joliet man convicted of involuntary manslaughter who's also facing charges of defrauding the Paycheck Protection Program was back in the Will County jail after he was accused of battering a man.
Channahon will now have nine Flock Safety cameras in use to help catch and prosecute criminals. Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow has made donations to pay for the cameras throughout the county.
Gov. J.B. Pritkzer said the new air traffic control tower at Lewis University Airport is “another testament to the investments we are making to advance our infrastructure – planes, trains and automobiles included.”
Snow showers are expected to hit northern Will County early this week, followed by cold temperatures in the 20s and 10s later in the week.