A man from Huntley, Illinois has been arrested and charged with sexually abusing a 16-year-old girl.
The man, Jimmy J. Dill, 40, was arrested Tuesday.
The charges stem from two alleged incidents: his alleged touching of a breast of the 16-year-old girl in October 2011, which happened at his home; and a second incident a month later, in which he exposed his genitals to the teen, which also happened at his home.
He is charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse, sexual exploitation of a child and battery for the two incidents.
Additional details and possible updates can be found in a variety of media sources including the April 25 Northwest Herald story titled “Sex abuse charge the latest for Huntley man” as well as the April 25 story titled “Jimmy Dill Charged with Sexually Abusing 16-Year-Old Girl.”
On Monday, April 16, a 14-year-old male student at Evanston Township High School (Evanston, Illinois) was arrested after allegedly sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in a stairwell.
The alleged assault took place during school hours. Police were notified after a school safety officer witnessed the incident.
The male student was charged with one count of criminal sexual assault, as a juvenile.
Additional details and possible updates can be found in a variety of media sources including the April 18 CBS Chicago story titled “Boy, 14, Charged With Sexually Assaulting Girl At Evanston High School” as well as the April 18 Huffington Post story titled “Chicago Boy Charged With Sexually Assaulting 15-Year-Old Girl In School Stairwell.”
Early Saturday morning, a 21-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in Chicago’s Lincoln Square area. The attack was interrupted by a man who came to her aid.
The victim was walking home after 4:00 a.m. Saturday morning, listening to her iPod, when a cabbie, identified as Admon Shasho, 27, spotted her. He pulled over the cab he was driving, and followed her into an alley, at which point he tried to rob her, telling her he had a knife. He then forced her to the ground and tried to rape her.
Her cries were heard by a nearby resident, who then awoke her sleeping husband, Ron Psenka, 48, who grabbed a shovel and ran to the victim’s aid.
The alley in which the victim was being attacked was on the 2300 block of Sunnyside. As Psenka approached the alley, Shasho ran. He was pursued by Psenka to Western, at which point Shasho was arrested by police.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources including the April 15 ABC7Chicago.com story titled “Good Samaritan interrupts Lincoln Square sexual assault” as well as the April 15 Chicago Sun-Times story titled “Cabbie Charged with sex assault after neighbor hears screams.”
There was an attempted child abduction in Glendale Heights, Illinois on Tuesday afternoon.
According to reports, two girls were riding their bicycles at approximately 4 p.m. near Fullerton and Amy Avenue. They were approached by a car containing several teens. The teens attempted to lure the girls to the car by offering them candy.
The car is described as white in color, and an older sedan with a black door stripe.
The alleged abductors are described as white males, approximately 18 years old. One is said to have short black hair, wearing an earring and a dark hooded sweatshirt.
Those with information concerning the incident or the alleged child abductors is asked to call police at (630) 260-0078.
Additional information and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media reports including the Daily Herald story of April 11 titled “Attempted child abduction in Glendale Heights” as well as the April 11 Carol Stream Press story titled “Attempted child abduction reported in Glendale Heights.”
A man from Bolingbrook, Illinois, is scheduled to appear in court Monday with regard to a charge of attempted child abduction.
The man, George D. Smith, 65, allegedly tried to lure an 11-year-old girl into his truck in February, and he faces charges of attempted child abduction.
An excerpt from an April 6 TribLocal Bolingbrook article titled “Bolingbrook man charged with attempted child abduction, police say” :
Smith was initially charged with violating a local disorderly conduct ordinance after an 11-year-old girl reported he had approached her on Feb. 17, Rompa said in an e-mail.
Smith remained in the Will County Adult Detention Facility today in lieu of $100,000 bail.
Attempted child abduction is a Class 4 felony, carrying a sentencing range of 1 to 3 years if convicted.
Additional details and possible updates can be found in a variety of media sources including the Bolingbrook TribLocal article mentioned above.