Police responded to a burglary in the Chicago suburbs and arrested two men, who are suspected of multiple similar crimes in the neighborhood. The robbery was called in by homeowners who were not present during the crime. Two neighbors who were present at the time were questioned, an older gentleman who assisted in sustaining the suspects and a young boy, Kevin McCallister, who lived next door. The boy’s parents were not present for questioning. The two suspects are currently being treated for multiple injuries including facial burns, mild stab wounds, and bruising.
A five-alarm fire was reported at the Initech building in the industrial tech complex near the popular Chotchkie’s restaurant. Firefighters and police responded quickly to the scene, with no victims or injuries reported. The fire started prior to employees arriving, but police were called in to contain the growing crowd of office workers. The cause of the fire has yet to be determined but authorities are still investigating possibility of foul play.
Phil Conners, a meteorologist was taken in by authorities today after witnesses reported him displaying suspicious, potentially mentally unstable behavior. Witnesses told authorities that the newscaster was behaving erratically and claiming to have been repeatedly reliving the day. When questioned further, those closest to Conners said he was not well liked in the past but had recently been displaying behavior that suggested a potential positive change. At time of reporting Conners is still being held for questioning and further review.
Suspects have finally been identified in a long-standing mystery of an unidentified body that was found at the entrance to a funeral home. The body was of Mrs. Sturak, an elderly woman, who was currently employed as a part-time babysitter. The identified suspects are the children of the Crandell family, Mrs. Sturak’s last client. Sue Ellen Crandell, the eldest child is also under investigation after it was reported she had committed identify fraud and petty larceny at her current place of employment, General Apparel West. Her alleged crimes at GAW are being investigated internally. While it is believed that Mrs. Sturak died of natural causes, a verdict is still pending for the Crandells, all of whom are minors.